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MOVA 6 Inch Titan Rotating Globe

Product's ID: MOVA-MG-6-TITAN

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  • Spinning Titan Globe.
  • Desktop, Acrylic Contemporary-Styled Stand.
  • Requires Only Light to Turn, No Cords or Batteries.
  • 6 Inch Diameter, Titan-Imaged Ball.
  • 9.5"H X 6"W X 6"D; Product Weight: 6 Lbs.

The MOVA 6 Inch Titan Rotating Globe is a desk sized replica of Saturn's biggest moon. Even though Titan is just one moon of 62 that orbits Saturn, it is of interest to scientists because of its many planet-like properties. For example, it has a thick atmosphere comprised mostly of nitrogen. Some scientists also think that there may be oceans of liquid water deep below Titan's surface. Panels of gold cover the luminous blue-green background of this MOVA globe. The color scheme is designed from infrared images taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Bask in the enigma of Saturn's largest moon with the desktop globe. Energized by solar cell technology, only natural or artificial light is required for the decorative globe's rotations to begin. Simply place this spinning globe on your desk, let it start taking in light, and then watch as its effortless rotations start up automatically. The MOVA 6 Inch Titan Rotating Globe measures to be 9.5 inches tall on its three pronged acrylic stand. The base comes with every model, but there is also a natural wood and a translucent crystal stand also available for purchase. All options are displayed in the images above and can be ordered from the drop down menu.


  1. nice globe Review by titan globe
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    arrived today. mesmerizing motion. great design. thanks. (Posted on 2/4/2013)

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How the MOVA Globe Works?

The MOVA Rotating Globe uses solar energy and the magnetism of Earth to power its smooth rotations. The solar cells within the unit create the globe’s slow and quiet movements from available room light, which means that it does not require batteries or power cords. MOVA took inspiration from Earth’s movements when designing these innovative products.

The MOVA globe is made up of an inner sphere that spins, surrounded by an outer shell that does not move. Between the two spheres is a crystal clear liquid that supports the inner globe in a nearly frictionless environment. The perfectly safe liquid keeps the two globes from ever touching, even at its north and south poles. The graphics of the map are printed on the inner sphere. The liquid separating the two objects magnifies the map onto the transparent outer shell.

A highly advanced drive mechanism within the globe propels its movements, operating on very low power. The mechanism is powered by the device’s solar cells, which use both natural and artificial light from the surrounding environment to create electrical energy. As most ambient light is blocked by the sphere, the solar cells have been carefully designed to produce low electrical energy from minimal light.

Still, another element is needed for the inner globe to rotate, as it rests in a virtually frictionless liquid. Like a compass, MOVA globes use the Earth’s magnetic field to provide torque for the inner sphere to push against, resulting in its slow but sustained motion. The models will work on almost any base as long as it does not contain iron, which can block Earth’s magnetic field.

The sleek, contemporary design of the MOVA Rotating Globe, combined with its innovative craftsmanship, make it a serene and stylish addition to a room. With its peaceful motion, the MOVA globe is a silent object of wonder on any surface.

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