Use Starlab to make science come alive for your students  

Starlab is an inflatable dome on which you can project vivid images of the night sky, ancient mythological characters, our solar system and galaxy, Earth’s weather patterns and geological features, or the biological cell. Starlab is easily transportable and fits into a small car. It can be set up in 15 minutes and accommodates up to 30 students. The Starlab dome requires a clean floor space of 20 x 22 feet and a 12-foot-high ceiling.  

A Starlab Training will be held in-person at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg and will begin promptly at 9 a.m. and end by 4 pm on Wednesday. Nov. 15. At the training, participants will learn how to set up, maintain, and repack the Starlab system. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

The training fee is $175. Teachers who complete the training are eligible to rent Starlab for a fee of $450/week ($350/week between June 1 and Dec. 1). 

Register here. For more information contact Tina Gandarillas at or 908-526-1200, ext. 8942. 

This Starlab Training is supported by a grant from the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium.