The Luminescent Moon Clock
This is the wall clock that glows in the night with the face of the full moon. Using the latest glow-in-the-dark technology, the clock absorbs enough energy during daylight hours to give off a soft, ethereal light in a darkened room for 3-4 hours each night.
The lunar image is digitally printed to the back of the flat glass face to protect it against scratching and displays a photo of the near side of the moon as viewed from the Northern hemisphere, clearly showing the broad impact basin of Mare Imbrium in the vicinity of 12-o’clock, the Sea of Tranquility at 3-o’clock, and the Tycho crater at 7-o’clock. The hands also glow in the dark for easy viewing of the time during the night.