No matter how obsessed you are with Mars, you are less likely to get there in this lifetime. Of course, NASA always has Mars Dine Alpha, an analog 3D-printed Martian base. And if you can’t find a place on that exclusive list, your best bet is to bring the planet home. The original 16-color Mars lamp provides the experience of staying on Mars from the comfort of your own home.
Choose your home wisely, as it will transform into your own private, miniature planetarium. This is not some garden-diverse bright room. Each Mars lamp has gone through a rigorous 26+ hour’s 3D printing process using state-of-the-art technology. The graphics in this unique showpiece are designed according to NASA satellite images so that the actual surface of Mars can be accurately reproduced. Its wireless design provides a simple, stress-free experience. A dim option creates a cozy night light, or you can turn it high enough to brighten the whole room.
The 16 colors have a remote control as an alternative, as well as blur, fade in color, or flash in color. A USB charging cable is also provided to recharge your cooling lamp. You may not realize how to direct lighting can create an uneven environment in your home. In addition to visual discomfort and resulting eye fatigue, direct light can cause flashing on computer screens and televisions. They understand the kind of discomfort they cause when the American Medical Association issues warnings about the direct lighting of streetlights.
Having more than a dozen color options with Mars Lamps allows flexibility to choose one that matches your environment and mood, creating a great atmosphere and calming emotional effect that helps reduce stress. Which astronomy-loving family members or friends are obsessed with Martians? It is very convenient to order it as a gift for someone because it can come with a gift box (checkout al). Made with 100% eco-friendly PLA from the USA, Mars Lamp is completely safe for children because it is not hot.
Psyche Mission is a unique metal asteroid that orbits the Sun between the planets Mars and Jupiter. What makes the asteroid psyche unique is that it appears to be the exposed nickel-iron core of an early planet, one of the building blocks of our solar system.