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Glow Your Room with the Solar System

Glow in the dark stars and planets are a great way to decorate (and educate) your home or office. They are also a great way to learn about the solar system before bedtime. Glow in the dark stars and planets are available in various sizes, shapes and colors. View ours here.

There are many reasons why you should buy glow in the dark stars and planets. They are a great way to:

  • Decorate your room
  • Glow your way to sleep
  • Learn about the solar system

If you are looking for a way to decorate your room, then Glow in the Dark Stars and Planets from UNTOLD PLANETS is the perfect solution. They will add a touch of class and sophistication to any room. If you want to learn about the solar system, then these products are also a great way to do so. Glow in the dark stars and planets will help you to understand the solar system in a fun and educational way.


The sun is the star at the center of the solar system. It is the brightest object in the sky and can be seen during the day. The sun is huge, measuring about 864,938 miles across. It is so big that it would take 1,300,000 Earths to fit inside it.

The sun was born about 4.6 billion years ago. It was formed when a cloud of gas and dust collapsed. The center of the sun became so hot that nuclear fusion began to take place. This process created energy and light.


Pluto is a dwarf planet that is located in the Kuiper belt. It was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Pluto is the ninth largest planet in the solar system and is about 2,370 kilometers in diameter.

Pluto has an interesting history. In 2006, NASA launched a mission called New Horizons to study Pluto. The mission was a success and provided new information about the planet. For example, it was discovered that Pluto has an atmosphere and that its surface is composed of ices.


Exoplanets are planets that orbit stars outside of our solar system. So far, over 3,500 exoplanets have been discovered.

The discovery of exoplanets is a recent phenomenon. The first exoplanet was discovered in 1995. However, the number of exoplanets has exploded in recent years due to new technology that allows for better detection.

Most of the exoplanets that have been discovered are gas giants like Jupiter. However, there are also a few Earth-sized planets that have been discovered. It is still unknown whether or not these Earth-sized planets are capable of supporting life.


This is an amazing educational resource for studying the solar system in a new light if you want to discover the celestial bodies above and more. The first Dwarf Planets were introduced by UNTOLD PLANETS, making it the first complete glow-in-the-dark solar system. We discovered exoplanets because we are not alone in the cosmos, and we were also the first ones to bring them glow in the dark.


Locate each planet in the night sky then learn about each one as you Glow Your Way to Sleep. We have many reviews from happy customers.

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