The Indira Gandhi Planetarium isn’t out of this world; it’s in Lucknow, India. Opened in 2003, the garish building mimics Saturn by bringing together a large sphere — diameter 70 ft. (21 m) — and a series of rings in varying shades of brown, orange and yellow. It’s unclear why officials named the structure after the former Prime Minister, who presumably knew more about international relations than interplanetary ones. Were she alive, though, Gandhi might point out one glaring error: Saturn has seven rings, but the building has only five.
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