It’s Christmas time. Besides tinsel angels, snowflakes and snowmen, ice crystals form on window panes – and on telescopes.
The temperature is often unpleasant for stargazers who would otherwise be spending many hours outdoors. No wonder that some people prefer to spend their time in front of a blazing fire or under a cosy blanket.
But you can still enjoy the night sky! Simply bring the cold of outer space into the warmth of your living room.
This works really well with a small home planetarium. Just imagine being able to turn your living room or a child’s bedroom into a wonderful world of stars. It’s almost as though you could lift off and go on an amazing journey.
Which planetarium should you choose to simulate the night sky?
In our buying guide “6 home planetaria that will transform your home into a sea of stars“, you can find answers to your questions and our recommendations. What are the differences between the different models? Which planetarium offers a realistic night sky and which a more fanciful version? What about other important functions, such as shooting stars?
A light burns bright at Advent? With your own home planetarium, there will be hundreds and thousands. And children will learn a lot along the way too. How about giving someone a theatre of stars as a gift this year?
Then read our Buying guide to home planetaria – here you will find at-a-glance comparisons.
For young and old, and anyone who wants to marvel at the stars!