Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars A Perfect Purchase For This Week's Sky Events!

Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars A Perfect Purchase For This Week's Sky Events! Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars A Perfect Purchase For This Week's Sky Events! Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars A Perfect Purchase For This Week's Sky Events!

Brooklyn, New York- 16, June 2017

 

Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars A Perfect Purchase For This Week's Sky Events!

 

Galaxy Glow Stars is a new toy company founded in 2016 by a husband and wife duo. They both loved the simple vintage glow in the dark stars they enjoyed as children but wanted to add a little bit of astronomy to the mix. They added a visually stimulating constellation guide that is an excellent way to introduce astronomy and science to kids of all ages. Parents can use weekly sky events along with their glow in the dark stars as learning activities for the Summer break!

 

Check out this week's sky events:

 

1. Friday June 16th- Neptune’s eastward motion against the background stars comes to a halt at 7 p.m. EDT. This so-called stationary point marks the beginning of the best period to observe an outer planet The magnitude 7.9 planet lies in Aquarius, 17' (about half the Moon’s diameter) east of 6th-magnitude 81 Aquarii. Unfortunately, a bright gibbous Moon also stands near Neptune this morning, so you’ll be better off looking for it earlier or later this week. You’ll need binoculars to spy Neptune and a telescope to see its blue-gray disk, which spans 2.3".

2. Saturdday June 17th- The last quarter Moon occurs at 7:33a.m. EDT. The half-lit orb rises slightly after 1 a.m. local daylight time and climbs in the southeastern sky along with the background stars of Aquarius the Water-bearer.

3. Sundday June 18th- Venus now rises earlier and higher in the east before dawn. It rises shortly after 3 a.m. local daylight time and stands 15° above the horizon an hour before sunrise. It’s hard to mistake the inner planet for anything else — at magnitude –4.3, it shines brighter than any other point of light in the sky. When viewed through a telescope this morning, Venus’ disk spans 20" and appears slightly more than half-lit.

 

 

Galaxy glow in the dark stars come in a cute little box and has a perfect price point that hits below fifteen dollars. Normally it is priced between $17.99 to $24.99. It includes a constellation guide and storage bag for the stars. Parents and teachers can use star events as learning activities at home or in the classroom. This makes Galaxy Glow in the Dark Stars a perfect educational and fun gift for a birthday or to use for learning. These glow in the dark stars also make an excellent bedroom décor idea!


 

Star lovers can find their glow in the dark stars on Amazon.com where they will get free 2-day shipping on orders over Forty Nine dollars.

https://www.amazon.com/Glow-Dark-Stars-Stickers-Ceiling/dp/B01HSI9MUK


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Morgan Hanna

 
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