Star Wars Death Star Planetarium offers education and fun in a single package


death-star-planetariumSo, you are also one of the many millions who simply cannot wait for J. J. Abrams to complete the seventh instalment of Star Wars? I do wonder whether there will be as many lens flares as what we have seen in his previous outings in Star Trek, but that is a minor thing to worry about. At the end of the day, hopefully Star Wars VII will be able to deliver the kind of magic that the first Star Wars did in 1977, and drop all the baggage from the second trilogy that kicked off in 1999. Having said that, if you would like something to tide you over in the mean time, here is the $30.99 Star Wars Death Star Planetarium.

The name of this particular device would more or less give the game away – the Star Wars Death Star Planetarium will be able to light up just about any dark room with a full solar system, while you survey all and pretend that you happen to be Emperor Palpatine, wondering just which particular star system in our Solar System you would like to subjugate next. Of course, what is the point of all this other than it being educational if you cannot indulge in a little bit of imaginary play acting? The Star Wars Death Star Planetarium can also project the Star Wars solar system, letting you pinpoint the secret location of the hidden Rebel base and send a fleet of Star Destroyers to crush whatever hope there is left. Powered by a trio of AA batteries, the Star Wars Death Star Planetarium measures a relatively tiny 5.6″ x 5.6″ x 6.2″.

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