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3-D Solar System
by University Games

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They do glow in the dark the ones near the light glow bright same with the little stars looks great
By katrina hastie on 02 February 2015
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No it doesn't, we hung it using the central light to represent the sun & I think it works well.
By Rebecca Swann on 14 March 2016
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Jupiter the largest planet is about the size of a grapefruit, down to the smallest Pluto, which is about the size of a ping pong ball.  When spaced out on the ceiling it covers quite a big area.
By Angela McCluney on 14 October 2014
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A brief description of each of the planets described in the box. I bought this for my 5 year old grandson and he loves it. The "planets" hang from the ceiling above his bed. It's a great way to get him interested without overwhelming.
By Mrs. Sylvia Mellersh on 30 December 2016
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Hi it's not big or heavy at all and will easily fit in a case
By Kindle Customer on 26 May 2015
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The pack contains little transparent star shaped pins, some white coloured 'blue tak' and clear thread. You knot the thread around the pin and then place a bit of the blue tack over the thread (to stop the knot slipping and to make the pin stick better) and then push the pin into the ceiling. Its a bit fiddly to do but… see more The pack contains little transparent star shaped pins, some white coloured 'blue tak' and clear thread. You knot the thread around the pin and then place a bit of the blue tack over the thread (to stop the knot slipping and to make the pin stick better) and then push the pin into the ceiling. Its a bit fiddly to do but seems to work well enough. see less
By Elizabeth Blackburn on 13 January 2015
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