Titan Spinning Globe
- 4 1/2" diameter Titan, Saturn's largest moon
- Rotation powered by low-light solar cells
- "To Ganymede and Titan / Yes, sir, I've been around..."
Space explorationWe've never understood executives who keep globes in their office. Maybe it makes sense for a travel company or a geologist, but, otherwise, what does it add that being on this planet doesn't? We'd rather have a statue of Batman.
Now, watching over a different celestial body entirely? We could get on board with that. How about Titan, Saturn's largest moon? The images on this globe are from NASA's Cassini Orbiter. These strips of topographical information were collected by Cassini's radar instrumentation. The best part of this decoration is that it moves without you touching it. This version of Titan uses low-light solar cells and the Earth's magnetic field to allow glimpses of Titan's hydrocarbon sand dunes and vast methane lakes to glide by while you watch.
- Slowly rotating orb that looks like Titan, Saturn's largest moon
- Motor powered by low-light solar cells and countertorque from Earth's magnetic field
- Comes with 3" diameter, 3" tall triple-pronged acrylic stand
- Image data from Cassini
- Materials: Clear acrylic outer shell
- Dimensions: 4 1/2" diameter
- Weight: 2 lbs.
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