Celestial Star Globe
The Celestial Globe is a great reference for identifying stars and
The meridian may be tilted to adjust the globe for latitude while
the horizon ring indicates the actual horizon in relation to the point of
observation on Earth. The Sun may be set by adjusting the sun knob located near
the North Pole. Globe can be set to reflect constellation position according to
time and place to show the actual positions of the stars.
The 3 dimensional format allows students to conceptualize their position from the outside
in, giving a greater understanding of the movements of the earth relative to the
Globe surface is markable. Study Guide and National Standards
included. It is a perfect companion to increase your
enjoyment of start gazing with your binoculars or telescope as well.
Orbiter - Interactive Planetarium
The Orbiter planetarium
model is a
scientific interactive model representing the relationship between the
earth, sun and moon. It is available as lighted astronomy model (corded or
battery operated), or unlighted model.
This gear-driven planetarium is suggested for use as a beginning model.
Solar System Model
This three dimensional model shows the solar system. The main focus
is to explain about the planets of our Sun’s system.
The calendar at the base allows the positioning of
planets according to the date and shows the relative position
between individual planets and the sun.
Explore the universe
that surrounds us-from the many constellations in our heavens.