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Star projector

Star projector
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40 € This item is discontinued

The magic of starlight indoors!

Nowadays, excess lighting in our towns and cities means that many of us miss out on the beauty of seeing the stars twinkling in the night sky. Unfortunately there's not much we can do much about this, however for those of you who want to bring some starlight back into your lives there is another way to enjoy a starry night!!!

Project a map of the heavens onto your ceiling and walls with this new starlight projector. Featuring a rotating base with compass-point alignments, it’s possible to view your very own night sky indoors by setting your coordinates and the time of the year allowing it to project a map of the clear night’s sky all around you. It's also fully adjustable so that you can change it to accurately track the movement of the heavens as the year progresses.

This Star Kit is ideal for astronomy or astrology fans, romantics, kids who would appreciate a different type of nightlight or anyone who wants to bring the magic of starlight into their homes.

PLEASE NOTE: Some assembly is required. Instructions included.

Requires 2 x AA batteries (not included)


4 Kodak batteries : AA / LR6 4 Kodak batteries : AA / LR6
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