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Does this project accurate constellations? Sep 27, 2013
Yes, it can. Miller engineer offers exceptionally accurate disks at http://www.microstru.com/Homestar_Pro.html. The disks that come with the Star Theater Pro are not meant to be accurate. They are perfect for a child's room or for setting a relaxing mood.
What is the *content* of the planetarium soundtrack? Music, voice, both? Thanks very much! Dec 9, 2013
Hi the one we have is music only, cheers!
Is there a button where I can control whether it rotates or not? I'd like it to be stationary. Jun 30, 2014
Yes there is, but as the rotating feature tends to break anyway (mine after 3 months) it will be stationary pretty soon no matter what you do.
I'm considering this unit for placement at my home train layout room for a "starry night" effect when the trains are running at night. Do-able? Sep 23, 2014
The coverage area for the projection is quite small: maybe 5' around, assuming you want smallish stars. I'm not a fan of this toy.
Want to project stars on Church ceiling. Ceiling is high. Approximately 20'. Would this machine work? What is coverage area? Feb 19, 2014
On my grandsons 10 ft ceiling they project quite large, especially the planets. On a higher ceiling I' m sure they Would project well, just smaller.
I'm not so sure. I think the 10-watt led is the new version improved by Miller Engineering. And this may be the old version.
not really. and ours broke a few months after we bought it.
Does this product show Galaxies and Nebula? Jun 22, 2014
No, it doesn't. This product comes with 2 disks. One is a generic pattern that resembles a splay of stars and the other is 3 planets. There are no actual constellations shown or other groupings or phenomena. I believe you can purchase disks that will work in this showing constellations and such, but they're not included.