Star Theater Pro Planetarium
Enjoy an amazing starry night view in the comfort of your own home. Watch as a crystal-clear, rotating field of 10,000 stars is projected on your ceiling or wall. The all new Star Theater Pro boasts a super cool futuristic sphere design, and optical-quality lens. The user can take advantage of its automated design, with motorized image rotation and ultra-bright white LED light source. Also, customize the projection with adjustable projection angle as well as adjustable focus. Gather your entire family for an awe inspiring night sky viewing, or simply set the 30/60 minute auto shut-off, and drift off to sleep while listening to the included planetarium soundtrack.
- Two interchangeable image disks
- Motorized rotation of star fields
- A/C adapter included
- Displays up to 10,000 stars on walls and ceiling for the home
- Planetarium sound track included
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