The MOVA Rotating Vesta Globe is a multicolored display of one of the solar system’s largest asteroids. The protoplanet that serves as the rotating globe’s inspiration is one of the asteroid belt’s largest celestial objects. The glossy sphere features greens, blues, yellows and reds. The desktop globe’s design is based on photos taken from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft. The various colors represent the surface’s uneven elevations and are based on a topographic map of Vesta. The high elevations are red and the low areas are blue. The otherworldly effect of the asteroid enthralls with the globe’s continuous rotations.
Simply place this solar globe on a flat surface, flip on a nearby light switch or open a window shade to experience its captivating motion. Without requiring batteries or annoying power cords, this rotating globe will revolve by absorbing available light through its solar cells.