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a transparent dome on top of an airplane where the navigator can make celestial observations

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Caretaker of the Tacloban Astrodome, Susan Vergara, said the fight will give some hope to the people suffering.
Astrodome likely to be razed after voters refuse to pony up for conversion (The Associated Press): "Memories will probably soon be all that's left of the Houston Astrodome - the world's first multipurpose domed stadium.
We decided to work with The Architect's Newspaper to reignite the passion and innovation behind the development of the Houston Astrodome and inspire participants to bring their best ideas and creativity forward," said Oliver Stepe, senior vice president, YKK AP America.
To commemorate the occasion, on Saturday, April 10, both the Astros and visiting Phillies will wear 1965 uniforms similar to the ones worn during the first regular-season game Houston played as the Astros on April 12, 1965 in the Astrodome vs.
Astrodome (11-2), ridden by Hide and trained by Gary Moore, had a good battle with Tony McCoy and 5-4 favourite Ermine Sea, eventually shading him by half a length.
Sir Mark Prescott has a knack of racking up winning sequences with unexposed three-year-olds and Astrodome looks a typical improver from his stable.
In the case of the Astrodome, we assumed the smoke to be uniformly distributed.
Left, cots filled with evacuees stretch the length of the Astrodome, in this photo taken by Sumner.
In 2004, the four-day shopping extravaganza at the Astrodome complex's Reliant Center attracted 68,000 customers, who spent a staggering $9.
Children ran giggling and racing up and down the aisles of cots at the Reliant Astrodome in Houston, yelling back to their mothers and fathers, "I'm right here
Barbara Bush, talking on Marketplace, a show on public radio, after a tour of the New Orleans Astrodome with her husband.
Though I received these warnings daily, I went with my conscience, my intuition that I was needed, and I "self-deployed" to the Houston Astrodome, where the victims were finally being bused after surviving hurricane, flood, starvation, dehydration and near-asphyxiation because of bureaucratic red tape delays and inefficiencies.
At the Houston Astrodome where many New Orleans evacuees are being housed, long lines formed to register.
Her gaffe came after a visit with husband George Snr to the Astrodome stadium in Houston, Texas, where thousands of evacuees from New Orleans and other affected areas are being housed.