Monday June 11, 2007 9:28 am
Go Star Watching Without a Sky
Sega has dreamed up a way for us to starwatch in our own homes with Homestar Planetarium Pro. Similar to larger scale star-watching programs, the device makes one turn every 12 minutes, features a professional lens system, a 270 cm diameter picture, 3x LED lighting, a timer, two discs of the northern hemisphere (regular and constellations,) and access to over 10,000 stars and planets. Available in metallic silver or black, the mini-planetarium runs on a simple AC adapter and comes with a handbook for discovering those constellations you know are out there, but couldn’t find before. Find yours at C Scout for $259.99.
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