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Spinning Moon and Titan Globes Spin Me Right Round

by Shane McGlaun
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A few days back I talked a bit about a spinning Mars globe that let you see the red planet in all its 4.5-inch glory. If you want to add to your tiny, spinning astral collection, ThinkGeek has a couple more spinning globes, these ones based on moons.

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One of them is our Moon. Like Mars, the Moon globe is powered by solar panels and floats on a magnetic field. For some reason the moon is a few dollars more than Mars at $144.99 on ThinkGeek.

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The other globe is a spinning version of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. Titan is cool because it’s one of the most likely places in our solar system to harbor life according to scientists.

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