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C. Solar System Chart
Gain perspective about the planets’ relative sizes,
orbits and distances from the Sun as well as the comets
and asteroids in our Solar System. Close-up photos are
from NASA. 39" x 25".
G. Sun Scale—Student Activity Kit
Seemingly imponderable “universal” questions can
be answered with this simple apparatus that projects
an image of the Sun onto a calibrated screen for
measurements used to calculate its distance from Earth.
Star Chart, Student Notepad
Locate and identify stars and constellations with this
easy-to-use chart. Turn it to any date and see the
orientation of the stars at that time. Northern and
Southern skies included. Packages of 50. 11" x 11".
D. The Pioneer Globe
This globe features brilliant colors and raised relief,
plus a gyromatic mounting that swings up or down for
easy viewing. Full meridian is gold die-cast metal. 12"
D x 17" H. Includes A Guide to Your Globe booklet.
E. Celestial Star Globe, Universal
Use this globe to show relationships between Earth
and celestial objects. A 12"-diameter acrylic star
sphere surrounds a 4"-diameter Earth within. Explore
constellations, nebulae, star clusters and the Milky Way.
F. Planetarium, Illuminated,
Just plug in this fully automated motorized
planetarium, turn it on and watch the synchronized
orbital movements of the Sun, Earth, the Moon and
Venus. 16½" H x 16½" L. 110 V AC.