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Galaxy Light 2.0

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What's in the box

1 x Galaxy Light 2.0
1 x User Manual
1 x Remote Control
1 x 4.5 foot Power Cable

What's in the box

1 x Galaxy Light 2.0
1 x User Manual
1 x Remote Control
1 x 4.5-foot Power Cable

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will it cover my whole ceiling?

Yes! Galaxy Light covers the whole ceiling–and then some–in a small, medium, or even large sized room.

It shines upward and outward in every direction, so it works best from the middle of the room. And the further away from the ceiling, the bigger the projection gets.

Do I have to put it in the middle of the room?

Nope. While it works the best from the middle of the room, it's not a rule or anything. (Because who likes those?)

Tip #1: If putting it in the middle of the room is inconvenient, try angling it towards the ceiling from the corner or side of the room.

Tip #2: the packing foam it came in makes a great makeshift holder, since it's the exact size and shape. Or you can use a book, binder, or game to prop it up. The grippy feet on the bottom will help it stay put.

Is the light rechargeable?

Nope, but it's USB-powered so you don't have to plug it into a wall outlet to use it. You can make it portable with just a power bank and use it far away from an outlet.

It also works with a car charger, computer, or any USB-compatible power source. (A wall adapter will work, it's just not the only way.)

How many colors are there?

10 clouds colors. The clouds can be just Red, Green, Blue, or White or mixed two at a time to make combo colors of Red + Blue (Purple), Green + Blue (Aqua), Red + Green (Christmas), Red + White, Blue + White, and Green + White.

Green is the only star color.

Why aren't the stars white?

Because of technical limitations, creating "white lasers" would be incredibly expensive and difficult.

Since there’s no such thing as a "white laser", to make white stars, the light would need three lasers (Red, Green, and Blue) all combining to create white light.

But adding three lasers to the light would cost a lot more to produce, take up a lot more space inside, and generate a lot more heat.

In short, there's no easy way to make the stars white without multiplying the cost many times over.

But why green stars? Why not blue stars or red stars?

Because green is the most visible color to the human eye. Green lasers are 4x more visible to the human eye than red lasers, and 5x more visible than blue lasers are.

We also didn't want blue stars that get lost in the blue clouds, or red stars that get lost in the red. The green lasers are so distinct, they stand out even in green clouds.

Can you turn off the stars and show just the clouds?

Yes! If you want to show just the clouds, you can turn off the stars and if you want to show just the stars, you can turn off the clouds. Or show both at the same time.

Can you stop the stars from fading in and out?

Yes. The stars can breathe in and out slowly or stay on all the time.

Can you adjust brightness?

Of the clouds, yes. Of the stars, no.

Can I get the light without a speaker? I just want lights.

Yes. After this being one of our most requested features, Galaxy Light is now available WITH or without a speaker! The model without a speaker is cheaper.

Will it work on any type of ceiling?

You bet! It works on flat ceilings, popcorn ceilings, drop ceilings, vaulted ceilings, beam ceilings, angled ceilings, exposed ceilings, high ceilings, you name it. If it hangs over your head, Galaxy Light can turn it into a starry night sky. Well, except for the actual night sky since it's already one of those.

Does ceiling color matter?

Yes. The lighter the ceiling color, the brighter and better the effect.

If the ceiling is black or dark, some of the effect will get washed out.

For best results, use the projector on a light colored ceiling/surface.

Are the stars accurate for studying constellations?

No, they're not. The star patterns are completely random. If you want a star projector with more accurate constellations, try the competition: the Sega Homestar Flux ($229) or the Dark Skys DS-1 Chrome Home Planetarium ($599.95). If that's not in your price range, buy a ticket to your local planetarium and enjoy!