Glass Eye Studio - Celestial Solar Storm

Solar storms are a variety of eruptions of mass and energy from the solar surface. They are known to disrupt energy as well as cause shifts in the Northern Lights. A stunning creation from the artists at Glass Eye Studio with spirals of orange, black and red. 

A beautiful paperweight and/or decorative piece of art, The Celestial Solar Storm Paperweight is part of the Celestial Planet Collection.  It makes a wonderful gift for both personal and corporate occasions, or it can be the perfect addition to your own Glass Eye Studio Collection.  

3" wide in diameter, it comes in a beautiful velvet keepsake box with a story card that tells its unique tale. A blend of imagination, science, art and creativity, this Glass Eye Studio Celestial paperweight is fascinating.  There is a special effect on this dichroic glass that makes it change colour when it reflects or transmits light.  

All Glass Eye Studio products are handmade and individually crafted by artists.  They are made with the ash from Mount St. Helens volcano eruption (in Washington state) that occurred at 8:32:17 A.M. on Sunday, May 18, 1980.

Solar Storm can refer to a massive burst of solar wind, sometimes associated with solar flares. The Sun can produce intense  storms capable of causing severe damage to technology including but not limited to large scale power outages, disruption or blackouts of radio communications (including GPS systems), and temporary to permanent disabling of satellites and other spaceborne technology. Intense solar storms may also be hazardous to high-latitude, high-altitude aviation and to human spaceflight. The most significant known solar storm occurred in September 1859. Significant damage in today's technology!

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