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Eclipse Disc - This beautiful disc illustrates
many phases of a total eclipse and the glow of
the horizon on each side of the eclipse. You
can almost visualize the huge shadow as it
sweeps across the Earth.
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New Star Discs for the Homestar Pro, Flux, Classic
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Space Stations Disc -  This disc shows 3
popular space stations in relative size to each
other, set against a stunning background of the
Earth. The space stations included are the
beautiful ISS space station, the Skylab space
station from the 70's and Russian Mir space
station. Also shown is the Hubble telescope. A
fascinating look at progress of  our presence in
space and how far we have come.
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HS-28 The Deep Disc
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Mystic Mountain Disc - "Mystic Mountain" is a
term for a region in the Carina Nebula, also
known as the Grand Nebula, Great Nebula in
Carina, or Eta Carinae Nebula.  It is a large,
complex area of bright and dark nebulosity in
the constellation Carina, located in the Carina–
Sagittarius Arm. The nebula lies at an estimated
distance between 6,500 and 10,000 light-years.
Stunning colors!
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"Bubble Nebula" Disc - NGC 7635, also known
as the Bubble Nebula is in the constellation
Cassiopeia. It lies close to the direction of the
open cluster Messier 52. The "bubble" is
created by the stellar wind from a massive hot,
young central star. The nebula is near a giant
molecular cloud which contains the expansion of
the bubble nebula while itself being excited by
the hot central star, causing it to glow. It was
discovered in 1787 by William Herschel. When
projected it creates a dazzling show of colors.
"The Deep" Disc - Take a journey in a different
direction..... to the depths of the ocean. This
unique disc depicts an imaginary trip under the
sea. A perfect disc for children of all ages! Can
you spot the under sea diver, sea turtles,
sharks, ship wrecks, whales and more? This
beautiful disc will capture the imagination of both
the young and old alike.
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HS-32 Bubble Nebula Disc
HS-21 Mystic Mt. Disc
HS-20 Space Stations Disc
HS-27 Eclipse Disc
LMC region near the Tarantula Nebula

Turbulent region around the ring-shaped nebula
DEM L 299 in the Large Magellanic Cloud,
(LMC) a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way
system. Hydrogen gas around the hot, young,
massive stars is ionized by their ultraviolet
radiation and glows as it recombines. The same
process illuminates the Orion Nebula, even
though it is only a hundredth the size of the
The US Capital Dome, known as The
Apotheosis of Washington is the fresco painted
by Greek-Italian artist Constantino Brumidi in
1865 and visible through the oculus of the dome
in the rotunda of the United States Capitol
Building. The fresco is suspended 180 feet (55
m) above the rotunda floor and covers an area
of 4,664 square feet (433.3 m2). The figures
painted are up to 15 feet (4.6 m) tall and are
visible from the floor below. The dome was
completed in 1863, and Brumidi painted it over
the course of 11 months at the end of the Civil
War. He was paid $40,000 ($668,087 in today’s
funds) for the fresco.
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The Pinwheel Galaxy (also known as Messier
101, M101 or NGC 5457) is a face-on spiral
galaxy distanced 21 million light-years (six
megaparsecs)  away from Earth in the
constellation Ursa Major. It was discovered by
Pierre Méchain on March 27, 1781 and was
communicated to Charles Messier.

M101 is a large galaxy, with a diameter of
170,000 light-years. By comparison, the Milky
Way has a diameter of 100,000 light years. It
has around a trillion stars, twice the number in
the Milky Way
Westerlund 2 is an obscured compact young
star cluster cluster in the Milky Way, with an
estimated age of about one or two million years.
It contains some of the hottest, brightest, and
most massive stars known. The cluster resides
inside a stellar breeding ground known as Gum
29, located 20,000 light-years away in the
constellation Carina.
HS-33 LMC Region Disc For Homestar
HS-34 US Capital Dome Disc for Homestar
HS-35 Pinwhee Galaxy for Homestar
HS-36 Westerlung 2 Disc for homestar