Because some people have money to burn and should contact me about how to burn more of that money and fulfill one blogger's dreams simultaneously, this is the $19,000 Megastar Class Home Planetarium created by "Japan's most famous planetarium designer" Takayuki Ohira. Man, I wish I was Japan's most famous something.
Despite its size, it can project 180 degrees in all directions around 1 million stars, complete with diurnal motion set to the 35th parallel north. The planetarium also comes with mood lighting that can create dusk, dawn and blue sky spectacles.
Alternatively, buy a pack of those glow-in-the-dark star stickers and make your own bedroom planetarium. That's what I did when I was in college. Then I'd ask girls if they wanted to come over and watch the stars from my bed except that never actually happened because I didn't even start talking to girls until after college because I was shy and feared rejection. I still do. I have still not talked to a girl. As it turns out though, I have talked to several guys pretending to be women. "You got catfished." I got great white sharked.
Keep going for several more pictures that you'd think would be higher quality considering they're trying to get you to drop $19,000 on a home planetarium.
Thanks to vishal, who informed me going outside and stargazing is free and the fresh air is good for you.