Modern Sundial in the shape of the Greek letter Epsilon.
In astronomy, a star is named after the constellation Eridanus, located 10.5 light-years from Earth, is a star of spectral type much like the Sun but much younger.
How it works: With the ball on the Epsilon sundial located to the south and in a sunny spot, bow until its shadow is projected inside the arc on a time line indicating solar time.
Presentation: individual bag with drawstring and operating instructions in Spanish, English, French and German.
- Compositions - Silver Metal
- Dimensions - 37 x 20 x 6 mm
- Finish - Silver Bath