To get the deal, apply promo code CNETDECO at checkout. Alternately, you can get the 5.9-inch version for $20.25 with the same code. In short, this is a lamp that can be customised to your liking. The moon lamp is a perfect representation of the Moon in all its dimensions. The first thing to consider is that not everyone can see the Moon at once. Meanwhile, this half of a lamp, and in fact half a face, which was discovered in the City of David, is a very rare object, with only a few discovered in the whole world, and is the first of its kind to be discovered in Jerusalem. We could gather everyone in one spot, but we learned our lesson about that a few weeks ago. It’s one of my favorite tools to use, too. You may not recognize the name, but chances are you’ve seen one in operation: It’s the searchlight mounted on police and Coast Guard helicopters. There are some really cool lights in this collection. Although there’s no substitute for getting your peepers checked by a professional, there is a faster, cheaper way to test your eyesight. Today, in fact, it’s cheaper still: Cheapskate readers can get the EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker for $23.99 shipped with discount code CNET20.
CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives. The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. This moon lamp can be shipped anywhere around the globe. A waxing gibbous occurs between the first-quarter Moon and full Moon. The eclipse economy is in full swing. There are many such lamps that are made up of cheap materials which are full of toxins and can be harmful to the environment. You have to opt for quality, even though the most powerful lamps are sometimes expensive. The floating lights are powered inductively, so there are no visible wires (except for the wall outlet that plugs into the base). This gravity-defying moon lamp seems to magically ‘float’ above a walnut or white ash wood base.
Finally, the base is wood, here choose a natural wood more beautiful and pleasant to the touch. According to the American Astronomical Society (AAS), a real and safe pair of solar eclipse glasses should be labeled with ISO 12312-2 (sometimes written in more detail as ISO 12312-2:2015), which is an international safety standard that denotes the glasses reduce visible sunlight to safe levels and block UV and IR radiation. To double check the veracity of your eclipse glasses’ ISO claims, you can check to see if the vendor from which you purchased the shades is trustworthy in the eyes of the AAS. How can you tell if the solar eclipse glasses you bought are safe for staring directly at the sun or fakes? There are lots of things that go into making a company successful. The light, which retails at the bargain price of $28 and comes in the shape of a UFO, projects six different light settings and two night light modes making the perfect feature in a child’s bedroom. Using the University of Arizona-managed Large Binocular Telescope on Mount Graham, Sharkey found that Kamo’oalewa pattern of reflected light, called a spectrum, matches lunar rocks from NASA’s Apollo missions, suggesting it originated from the moon itself.
I mention that because I tested it myself and found it, well, easy to use. Astronomy is one of the special interests of the brand, therefore space forms are so often found in their assortment. Parents are loving the UFO design night light. That helped shed light — no pun intended — on juicy details that would have otherwise been missed within the galaxies. ALMA, on the other hand, used those details to look for levels of the cold gas, or star fuel, needed by galaxies to make stellar bodies. Gravitational pulls of those galaxies were strong enough to warp beams of light coming from the team’s six galaxies of interest, stretching them while they traveled to Earth. Then you tap the little metal receptacle to make it light up white. The Moon Pendant Lamp in white was designed by Danish designer Verner Panton in 1960. When designing the eponymous lunar acted as a model for the Moon Lamp.