Babylon Grade School students were treated to a special astronomy lesson on May 21 when a Starlab was set up in the school gymnasium.
The lab is essentially a dome made of opaque vinyl, which has a digital projector inside of it that displays moving images, such as planets revolving around the sun, night sky stars and the Milky Way Galaxy.  
According to the Starlab website, it is the most widely used portable planetarium in the world. The students saw their science lesson plan "come to life," as the experience was a fun and interactive way for them to learn about the universe.