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Smithsonian Planetarium Projector

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Fall asleep under the stars and ignite your kid's interest in the universe with this Smithsonian Planetarium Projector. It brings planets, stars, asteroids and other celestial bodies down to earth and into your young one's bedroom. Best of all? It's as amazing to look at as it is educational. As the planetarium rotates, slide discs display star patterns of the northern hemisphere, HD space images, and more.
The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum maintains the world's largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts, encompassing all aspects of human flight, as well as related works of art and archival materials.
  • Includes: dual planetarium room planetarium projector pack, image cover, 4 changeable slide discs, 360-degree motorized rotation, 24 HD space images, star pattern of the northern sky, and over 50 different image combinations
  • Auto shutoff/electric timer
  • Can be used as a nightlight
  • Batteries not included
  • Intended for ages 8+
  • Made in China
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    Customer Reviews

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    (based on 3 reviews)

    By Scott Welch
    St. Louis, MO
    January 12, 2021
    "My First Grade son received this as a gift after showing a lot of interest in space. He absolutely loves this projector, and it's a big part of his bedtime ritual. Would automatic slide changing be nice? Sure. Is it necessary? Not really. I look at it as a positive, as he gets to spend more time talking about what he sees, and isn't distracted by slide changes. Thanks for making a great product."
    January 07, 2021
    "There were no reviews when I purchased this item as a gift for my niece who loves the planets/stars. I agree with the other review. Manual advancement poor - requires an adult to make sure it is not broken after the first use. Images: okay but way too few to hold a child's attention for long. My niece who is five years old was bored with it after she looked at 3 times and most of the images she already knew. Disappointed especially for $80."
    December 26, 2020
    "The projector seemed sturdy enough, and was easy to assemble. The recipient of this gift loved the planetary images and the rotating star pattern. I was disappointed that you have to manually turn the disc to see the different images. This takes away from the purpose of the projector. There should also be more discs available."