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Just like the Earth orbits the Sun, the Sun itself is part of the Milky Way galaxy. It takes about 220 million years for the Sun to complete a single journey around the Milky Way. But the Sun also bobs up and down as it travels in orbit around the center of the galaxy. The oscillation takes a total of 64 million years to complete. And there’s a moment when the Sun passes directly through the galactic disk and there’s a perfect galactic alignment between the Sun and the center of the galaxy. So during the course of that 64 million year cycle, the Sun rises above the galactic plane 500 light-years, passes down through the galactic plane, until it’s 500 light-years below and then comes back up again. **Note: Any model that has a 'FIRST TO TRY' icon is in the experimental printing stage. This means that ordering this model will send it into the "FIRST" test for 3D printing for your chosen material. There can be instances where the model must be updated in order to complete the 3D printing process. If this is the case, you will be notified that your order was canceled and must be placed again. This occurs to allow you to re-approve the updated version of the chosen model before being charged for anything.**