Starry Light lets you gaze at the constellations inside your home
There is something about the infinite beauty of space that draws our attention. My favorite times are when I’m out in the middle of nowhere on a moonless night. Without the light pollution of the city, you can see so many more stars than you ever thought possible. Unfortunately, most people aren’t lucky enough to see these beautiful sights outside. But what if you could see them in your bedroom?
The Starry Light is a special lamp that has been designed to show off a selection of constellations that one might normally see in a specific area of the world, on a specific time. It’s different from most such star lamps in that it’s meant to be used during the day, and not just at night. It has a strong downward-focused light that will illuminate a specific area, but will keep the top portion of your room dim enough that the stars drilled into the dome can shine through.
The Starry Light can be ordered to show the constellations during the equinox’s, or the solstices in the northern hemisphere. But if you want to get really specific, you can specify a location and a date, to show exactly how the stars looked in that place and time. Want to commemorate that first date with your wife where you went stargazing all those years ago? You can do exactly that. Unfortunately, it will cost you around $1300 to do so.