The MOVA globe ( 12cm ) is the first member of a new family of objects that come quietly to life when touched by light, without wires or batteries. The globe floats at a point of perfect balance between buoyant forces and gravitational forces, and slowly turns as it feels the force of the Earth's magnetic field and the energy carried in light. Its perpetual, quiet motion brings a tranquil point of focus to a room. Add more light and watch Neptune spin faster, dim the setting and observe it slowing. It really is an amazing sight to see!
The MOVA globe works similarly to a compass in that the Earth's magnetic field makes this work!
$14.95There are some fundamental mysteries of life. We think we know the answers, but do we really?
$14.95Have you ever wondered why lightning never strikes twice? And why the Empire Strikes Again, but the Postman Always Rings Twice (just kidding)? Even as adults we have so many questions in our minds where we think we know the answers, but do we really?
This year the Astronomy Calendar again features the winners of the CWAS David Malin Awards; Winning images are the first five months:
Nightscapes: Super Moon over Paradise by Eddie Trimarchi
Wide-Field: Milky Way Rift by Troy Casswell
Deep Sky& Overall Winner: Witch’s Head by Phil Hart
Themed section (Airglow): Red Airglow by James Garlick
Solar System: Solar Storm by Peter Ward
All other featured photos received Honourable Mentions.