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OSAKA — The city of Osaka has unveiled a plan to build the world’s largest “all-sky” screen at the Osaka Science Museum’s planetarium theater to project celestial movements and simulate space travel.

The city earmarked 656 million yen for the project in its fiscal 2003 budget.

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