star lamp

star lamp

[′stär ‚lamp]
(electricity)
A high-pressure xenon arc, used in a planetarium, which produces a tiny, intense point of light focused through thousands of individual lenses and pinholes, and projected to the planetarium's dome.
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Additionally, the Celestial Star lamp head is capable of a 700-degree rotation, and the arm has the rotation capability of 359 degrees from both horizontal and vertical planes.
As one of five 100% Design Crafts Council Bursary winners, an award created to support and promote designer/makers, Fred Duthy will be exhibiting Star Lamp and Tall Lamp.
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BAERO's Rhoades says that there are ceramic metal halide options that "far exceed LEDs in energy efficiency," citing his company's Bright Star Lamps, including a 70-watt version that delivers 7,300 lumens with just 70 watts or 104 lumens per watt.
The number of qualified Energy Star lamps and light fixtures has been rising since the program was instituted several years ago.