A Jupiter globe, featuring the actual shape of Jupiter.
Jupiter in reality is not very spherical! It has an equatorial diameter of 143,884 km and a polar diameter of 133,709 km as the equator bulges out due to its rapid spinning.
The end result of that is a noticeably oval shape, which can be easily seen even with the naked eye in actual pictures of Jupiter.
This unique globe reproduces this effect to true scale, marking possibly the first time a physical Jupiter globe includes this detail. Sizes refer to the equatorial diameter.
Optionally this model can include a tiny Earth to showcase scale. Keep in mind that when it comes to the 70mm Jupiter globe, Earth is a majestic 6mm!