The U of M astronomy club (the LowBrows) was going to get a demo of the planetarium in the exhibit museum after hours on Friday. I haven't been to a meeting in a while, but that sounded interesting, so I hung out after work.
First thing to do was to find myself food. I figured I'd park in the structure across from the MLB, and there's that Jamaican Jerk place right there -- where I've eaten once before -- and I decided to do that. It was yummy, although I melted a square centimeter or so of the roof of my mouth on the hot pork. While there a second customer showed up -- and she was quite chatty, hoping that they have more customers than they seem to, because she doesn't want them to go anywhere. They said that yes, they have a steady stream of customers, but in June or July the owner will be pulling up and moving somewhere else. So, if you've been waiting to try them, (1) they're yummy, and (2) don't wait too long.
Later, in the planetarium, some folks were discussing the projectors one can use in a planetarium, and how one reason that one might need to upgrade to a different projector is because you can no longer get the lamps for your specific model, leaving it "a museum piece". Yes, I know the term, but due to where we were, I couldn't bite the laugh back.