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    Spokane Falls hopes to blow some minds when it unveils its planetarium to the public.
      Whitmer stands behind a bank of computer monitors, staring up at an afternoon sky. Gradually, the sun arcs across the sky. Within seconds, the shadows stretch until they fall into the darkness of night. The stars begin coming into view, slowly at first, until the eyes adjust to the massive clusters of illumination on the black background.
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