The Death Star Planetarium not only features a gorgeously reenacted model of the universe’s most apt technological terror, but the globe splits in two and projects to make a planetarium out of surrounding walls or ceilings.
Obi-wan said, “That’s no moon, it’s a space station.” But what he did not tell you is that the Death Star Planetarium actually projects the Star Wars galaxy through the clear orb within.
The Death Star Planetarium also includes a black shell to place over top of the projector orb so that you can star gaze earth’s view of the galaxies as well and even compare the fictional with the non-fictional (and which one do you consider real, I wonder).
If you feel like you should be living in a galaxy that’s far far away, you might as well brush up on the appropriate astronomy. The Death Star Planetarium is fully operational and will turn your room into a Star Wars themed planetarium. Just turn out the lights and open it up and the whole Star Wars galaxy will be projected onto your walls. Then you can see exactly where Alderaan is—err, was—in relation to the colonies. Now that you think of it, a Death Star that points out planets that have been destroyed by a Death Star is pretty insensitive. That’d be kinda like if Voldemort gave a bus tour of the neighborhood Harry Potter’s parents used to live.
|Death Star Planetarium|
|Dimensions:||5.5" D x 6.25" H|
|Batteries:||(3) "AA's" (not included)|