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  • Governor's MansionGovernor's Mansion Salt Lake City, Utah
    The Governor's mansion in Salt Lake City, Utah was built by Thomas Kearns in 1902, at a cost of $350,000 and then filled with magnificent furnishings and decorative arts costing more than the house itself. It has become one of the most spectacular showcases in the state and has a rich history that began long before that. Thomas Kearns was born a Canadian, although his family would move to Nebraska when he was still a youngster. When he became 17, he decided to leave the family's homestead and head west to make his fortune. He came to Park City in 1883, and began working in a mine as a mucker, the lowest paid job in a mine, but by the time he was done he was the owner and a millionaire. Thomas would marry Jennie Judge and go on to become a successful and influential businessman in the city of Salt Lake, as well as a partner in the Salt Lake Tribune and later, a US senator.

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  • Clark PlanetariumClark Planetarium Salt Lake City, Utah
    The Clark Planetarium is found in Salt Lake City, Utah and opened in 2003, as a replacement for the historical Hansen Planetarium by the Clark Foundation's wonderful grant in cooperation with the city. It is the first pitless digital dome planetarium in the country, with its dome being a 55 foot perforated aluminum dome made by Astro-tec Manufacturing, Inc. There are 205 seats with individual interactive button controls. The theater was designed around the Evans & Sutherland's Digistar 3 planetarium system, with six high resolution projectors sitting behind the dome at its bottom perimeter that work as a group together, every one of them blending their edges to create a single seamless video stream that covers the entire dome.

January 11, 2011