CARTERSVILLE, Ga. (AP) — The planetarium at the Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum is seeing three times the normal attendance for an attraction that size.The digital planetarium passed 100,000 visitors Monday after less than a year of operation. Visitors to the 120-seat planetarium runs four different shows multiple times throughout the day on topics from the history of space travel to an animated children's show.The new museum in northwest Georgia has drawn nearly 200,000 visitors since it opened in January. It features mineral and fossil galleries, hands-on exhibits where visitors can dig for shark teeth and a gallery dedicated to aviation.It was previously called the Weinman Museum.___On the Net:Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum:

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