DIY Moon Globe Tutorial from Make My Lemonade.Nothing against chalkboard painted globes, but this is one of the most interesting DIY globes I’ve seen. I like that she used sand paper and a tooth brush to get the feeling of moon craters and the surface of the moon. I used Chrome to translate from French to English.
"Cleaning requires the globe to be taken down but regular water changes can be done using a very simple syphon/funnel set up without taking the globe down at all. Many fish will require a heater and filter (not included) which can be fitted to the side of the globe with the electrical cords running out the side of the lid at the top of the globe. Betta’s in particular need hiding places to reduce stress, (non-sharp) hiding decorations and plants such as marimo are a good start. Please ensure you check thoroughly with your fish specialist before selecting a fish to live in this environment."
“The globe is just a standard schoolroom model. But it has been signed by virtually every famous aviator and explorer in modern history. From Amelia Earhart to Charles Lindbergh to Sir Edmund Hillary, the heroes not only signed their names but also drew their routes upon the globe.”