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Universal Symbol for Sophariums

 
Sopharium types

Main
Astrotry · Eidouranium · Grand Observatory · Observatory · Planetarium · Promontory · Starhouse

Minor
Diurgenous sopharium · Grand-place · Megasopharium · Natatery · Nyctogenous sopharium · Orrerium · Phrontisopharium · Riverhouse · Telescopetry · Truth centre

Naological polity
Administrationism · Sophianism · Sopharium community · Sopharium governance · Sopharium leadership · The Ten Omnidoxical Polities
Main concepts

Celestialism · Compartmentation · Domaniality · Encadration · Ensoleillement · Naological Hierarchy · Naological Appellations · Non-commercialism · Non-compartmentation · Nuitamment · Nyctogenism · Omnidoxical naology · People's Sopharium · Post-omnidoxical naology · Preservationalism · Reveration · Sanctimonia

Naology by continent
Africa · Asia · Europe · North America · Central America and the Caribbean · Oceania · South America
Subdisciplines
Astropharology · Eidology · Observatology · Planetarology · Promontology · Turology
Elementations

Abodation · Astrocrafting · Astrologues · Astropods · Astrovents · Congreteries · Debatations · Diurgenous activities · Devotionals · Événement · Eventation · Hébergement · Nocturations · Nyctogenous activities · Orreration · Philopods · Philovents · Preservational · Promentation · Sempition · Starbathing · Starlight Festivals · Starparty · Starsleeping

Sopharium management
Deracination · Gérance · Gestion · Grandeeship · Imploration · Lucration · Noneration · Passation · Sopharial schedule
Sopharium features
Ablutory · Domanial · Stardecks · Starroof · Vexillation
Sopharium interaction
Patronship · Sopharial regularity · Visitation
Other topics

Disciplines
Devotology · Festology · Metanaology · Occurrology

Related topics
Astronic rendition · Astronic art · Astronic architecture · Astronic culture

A planetarium, also known as space theatre, is the most common type of sopharium and remains the principal architectural signifier of Astronism throughout the world. According to the Astronist Institution, a planetarium can either be laic or Institutional, referring to non-religious and religious respectively.

Planetariums can be found in both rural areas, villages, towns, and in cities with a large variety of sizes, functionalities, capacities, and architectural aesthetics. All eidouraniums, grand observatories, and observatories are automatically considered to be compartmented while planetariums are the most common sopharium type to be non-compartmented due to the sheer amount of planetariums dotted around the world and the inability of The Institution to efficiently manage them all directly.

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