Bluffton Middle School seventh grade advanced science class teacher Lois Lewis, center, gives a presentation on "our place in space," using a light projector to display constellations while inside a portable planetarium at Bluffton Middle School on Dec. 19, 2013.  The school was approved to house the planetarium from the South Carolina State Museum after first grade science teacher Glenn Dowell received a fellowship grant.
Bluffton Middle School seventh grade advanced science class teacher Lois Lewis, center, gives a presentation on "our place in space," using a light projector to display constellations while inside a portable planetarium at Bluffton Middle School on Dec. 19, 2013. The school was approved to house the planetarium from the South Carolina State Museum after first grade science teacher Glenn Dowell received a fellowship grant. Staff photo
Bluffton Middle School seventh grade advanced science class teacher Lois Lewis, center, gives a presentation on "our place in space," using a light projector to display constellations while inside a portable planetarium at Bluffton Middle School on Dec. 19, 2013. The school was approved to house the planetarium from the South Carolina State Museum after first grade science teacher Glenn Dowell received a fellowship grant. Staff photo

Traveling planetarium at Bluffton Middle expands students' horizons

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