Non-Planetarium Displays of
Zeiss Planetarium Projectors

Amateur Astronomers' Association of Pittsburgh *** Amateur Transmitters' Association of Western Pennsylvania

Greater Pittsburgh Aquarium Society *** Mineral and Lapidary Society of Pittsburgh

Authored By Glenn A. Walsh
Sponsored By Friends of the Zeiss
Electronic Mail: < zeissdisplays@planetarium.cc >
Web Page Information and Credits *** Master Index to Web Site

The Louisiana Arts and Science Museum
Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Other Internet Web Sites of Interest

History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh -
Including the Oldest Operable Major Planetarium Projector in the World !

History of The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago -
America's First Major Planetarium !

History of Astronomer, Educator, and Optician John A. Brashear

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries

The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh -
Historic Cable Car Railway Serving Commuters and Tourists since 1877 !

Other History Links


Non-Planetarium Displays of
Zeiss Planetarium Projectors

Authored By Glenn A. Walsh
Sponsored By Friends of the Zeiss

Electronic Mail: < zeissdisplays@planetarium.cc >
This Internet Web Page: < http://buhlplanetarium.tripod.com/friendsofthezeiss/zeissdisplays.html >
Internet Web Cover Page: < http://www.planetarium.cc >

Internet Web Site Master Index for the History of
The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh

Eclipse of the Sun / Solar Eclipse:
Tips For Safe Viewing

Quick Reference Page -
Science

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) -
Astronomy and Other Sciences

The precise Eastern Time, from the U.S. Naval Observatory Master Clock: U.S. Naval Observatory Master Clock

*** Click on the Refresh button, of your browser, to obtain precise time.
*** "0" hour is the hour from 12:00 Midnight to 12:59 in the ante-meridian (i.e. morning, the "a.m.").
*** "12" hour is the hour from 12:00 Noon to 12:59 in the post-meridian (i.e. afternoon, the "p.m.").
*** When the hour displayed is "13" through "23", subtract the number 12 from the hour displayed to obtain the correct hour in the post-meridian (i.e. afternoon or evening, the "p.m.").
*** Time displayed:
- Standard Time (ST) from last Sunday in October, 2:00 a.m. Daylight Saving Time, until first Sunday in April, 2:00 a.m. Standard Time.
- Daylight Saving Time (DST) from first Sunday in April, 2:00 a.m. Standard Time, until last Sunday in October, 2:00 a.m. Daylight Saving Time.


Disclaimer Statement: This Internet Web Site is not affiliated with the Andrew Carnegie Free Library,
Ninth Pennsylvania Reserves Civil War Reenactment Group, Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium and Observatory,
The Carnegie Science Center, The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh/Carnegie Institute, or The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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Unless otherwise indicated, all pages in this web site are --
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