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4.5
Depiction of our largest planet, including Great Red SpotMeasures 4.5 inches in diameter, fitting in the palm of your hand; slightly larger than a softball. After base assembly, measures approximately 7 inches in height and weighs 4 poundsMOVA Globe utilizes solar technology to rotate silently on its own with any ambient indoor light or indirect sunlight, no batteries or wires required. Handmade with acrylic shells and non-toxic fluidsGlobe comes with easy-to-assemble 3-pronged acrylic stand and user manual, all in secure foam packagingUnique gift item for home decorators, tech geeks, world travelers, astronomy enthusiasts, educators, and more. Globe's silent movement reflects the steady rotation of the earth while sparking conversation and wonder for anyone who comes across its path
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12 Reddit comments about 4.5" Jupiter MOVA Globe:

u/AMERICANFUNK · 19 pointsr/gifs

I got curious about that Jupiter globe and this shit is expensive but looks cool: http://www.amazon.com/Mova-MG-45-JUPITER-Jupiter-MOVA-Globe/dp/B008Y48DYY

u/MrSpiffenhimer · 9 pointsr/blackmagicfuckery

They used to sell them on ThinkGeek, I got one a few years ago. They also sell them on Amazon , or the company’s website

u/Monstertone · 7 pointsr/woahdude
u/FlyLikeATachyon · 6 pointsr/interestingasfuck
u/schorhr · 2 pointsr/Astronomy

Hello :-)

A while ago I looked into cheap projectors for a tiny in-class dome. The reviews are usually not that great.

The somewhat decent home-use ones (Sega Homestar, Pro Home Planetarium) already cost over $100 and are often also just rather simple disc projectors. :-(

The cheaper ones are often just pinhole projectors or have very simple projection discs & optics. And they often just project a random starfield without any actual constellations.

A cheap used projector or one of those "pocket projectors" for under $50, and a small computer (rPi, hdmi android stick) with Stellarium might even be a better choice.
Sadly the cheap projectors have a low native resolution usually 800x480 at best, some just640x480 or even 320x240. And they output only a few hundred lumen, meaning the room has to be completely dark. Some can't project larger than ~70". A few projectors with a bit more resolution, e.g. 800x600 exist. The cheap $30-$40 ones usually have 320x240 and 80-100 lumen or so.

What type of projection are you looking for? (small room... realistically moving constellation/stars)

Just to put it out there: How about a google cardboard viewer (e.g. one of the better plastic ones for $20 or so) and a last-gen smartphone with an app like Solar System VR, Cardboard Space, VR Planetarium, Startracker VR or VR/3D videos?

Does she have a telescope or binoculars? That could be another option (refurbished Skyscanner 100, Celestron Cometron binoculars, and a book such as "Turn left at Orion" or similar).

The Mova planet globes are also nice gifts but usually >$100. Maglev planets are nice too 1 2.

An Orrery is also very nice 1 2.

Darn, there are so many pretty things 1 2 that cost so much :-) Sorry for the link spam.

Clear skies!

u/forevereverforeverev · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck
u/Damnmorrisdancer · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck

4.5" Jupiter MOVA Globe https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008Y48DYY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_AczyybYFB7MKG


Probably more for shipping. Does not qualify for amazon prime.