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  scale solar system
  4 billion to 1 scale
  1 billion to 1 scale
Each planetary station is encased in a clear dome that is the same size as the sun, allowing for a direct comparison of the planet size with the sun. 
The small placard inside the dome tells the observer how far away each planet must be placed from the sun to remain in scale. 
Below each dome is mounted an informational placard.  It is laminated and sealed between 2 pieces of duraglass.
The pedestals are finished in a starry night effect. 
The sun uses a 13 watt fluorescent bulb. 
The planets and moons are labeled with brass nameplates.

            Price -  $1995.00
These displays can only be ordered by e-mail at
educationalproductsofva@gmail.com  Museums and other educational foundations need only issue a PO.  They will be invoiced the purchase price due 90 days
after delivery.
Models come with a 1 year 100% satisfaction guarantee.
We were contacted by the Challenger Space Center to design and manufacture an outdoor scale solar system display for them.  Below is a picture of that design.  We also added pedestals for an indoor version.  The Challenger Space Center's outdoor model now lines the sidewalk leading to their front entance.   
The picture above shows the outdoor scale solar system display after its installation along the front walkway at the Challenger Space Center. 
                Custom orders accepted. Email educationalproductsofva@gmail.com for free quotes and                                       design advice. 
  Indoor 1 billion to 1             Museum display
  This display was designed and              manufactured for The National          CONvergence-com.org Association. 
The planets and major moons are mounted in oak bases finished in a starry night effect and labeled with brass nameplates.  All models can be customized for your groups needs. 

           Price - $1995.00
This indoor model has been manufactured for a new learning center the Smithsonion is opening next year.
It shows all the gas gaints with their ring systems and all the major moons of the solar system.