Good Star Wars Day to you. May the 4th bring you good cheer, good beer, and good rear. And most of all, May the 4th be with you!
Having trouble finding the 4th? Maybe it's hiding in a galaxy far, far away. Maybe you can pinpoint it by firing up this Darth Vader planetarium loaded to project over 10,000 stars. The iconic helmet also beams a TIE fighter across the ceiling or any flat, unobstructed surface to assist with interstellar navigation.
Homestar's Vader version of Star Wars planetariums has a top lid that flips open to begin the star show. In addition to thousands of individual pricks of light, the system also features the Milky Way. Precise night sky location is +14.59 longitude and +37.45 latitude. The device has a 5.9' projection range that can run continuously on 4 x AA batteries for 3 hours. Vader head himself measures 4" x 5.3" x 5.3".