Item No. 1507
A collection of spun glass and dichroics are applied with
a Lampworker's torch before casing in crystal clear glass.
A window is cut and polished allowing the design elements to be viewed as two distinct images:
One is a magnified view of the planets details using the magic of refraction provided by the curvature of the globe.
The other is a direct view of the planet.
Anvil clouds 30 miles high with up to 370 mph winds whip across the the face of Jupiter.
These super-storms produce brilliant lightning flashes which can be observed by space based telescopes.
Jupiter's most famous feature, the Great Red Spot, is a persistent storm that has been continually observed for 300 years.