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If you care about NASA news more than you do about life itself, you’re not alone — because we are quite literally obsessed. I mean, with the launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy and plans for new rockets like the Space Launch System Rocket, it’s kind of hard not to be.
And with this constant groundbreaking news, the wannabe astronaut corner of the world seems to be growing by the day — and the celestial merchandise is having no trouble playing catch-up. We need stuff to tide us over until the 2019 Mars rover or X-Plane, right? And no, we’re not talking about galaxy-printed leggings or sweaters with cats using a taco as a spaceship. That’s just weird. We scoured the Internet to find the real, cool space-themed merchandise that true science nerds will appreciate. This stuff is truly out of this world. (Sorry, you had to see that one coming.)
Take a little piece of the moon everywhere you go (no, seriously, like 10 mg of genuine moon dust) with the Moon Dust Teardrop Pendant. While owning moon rocks from the Apollo Missions is illegal, this beauty is perfectly legal: The dust in this necklace was taken from a real lunar meteorite, collected by NWA 4881 when cutting into the rock. So yes, it’s the real deal, and you can get it for $59.99 here.
This one’s for the luna-tics: Set the mood with the warm glow of the Magicfly Moon Lamp. This beautiful 3D-printed replica of the moon features a bulb with up to eight hours of warm, aesthetically pleasing glowing before charging, and just requires a light tap to turn on or change colors. Get it for $23.99 here.
Or you could kick it up a notch and skip whole gravity thing with a levitating moon light. Levimoon features a gorgeous small scale replica of our mother moon with changeable brightness and colors. Magnets in the base allow the moon to literally float like it would in space, and is said to be able to work 24/7 if you want it to, as it can recharge wirelessly. Get it for $199.99 here.
Get pumped for your morning glass of OJ or your after-work glass of wine with the planetary glass set. Eight identically sized glasses represent the eight planets, along with an extra big glass for the sun and an extra small glass for Pluto — it even features the “heart” image taken by the Long Range Reconnaissance on NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft in July 2015. Pluto matters, okay? Get the set of 10 for $39.99 here.
Slap the night sky on your wrist with the Stargazer’s Watch. This hunk of jewelry is a way cool take on the classic watch, with the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper illuminated among stars on the face. The backlight function and phosphorous hour markers and decorations allows the watch to glow in the dark — and it looks so cool. Get it for $29.99 here.
A more hardcore version of the Stargazer’s Watch is the Astro Constellation Watch. This stellar timepiece also features the Northern hemisphere night sky with a rotating planisphere constellation map, which can be manually rotated depending on which part of the sky you’d like to view. It may be tricky to get the hang of at first, but detailed instructions are included to guide you along the way. Get it for $145 here.
If you’re a true astronaut junkie, you want to learn as much as you can about what life in space is like, right? No, we’re not suggesting that you purchase an anti-gravity machine — although we’re not discouraging it either — we’re talking more along the lines of Astronaut Ice Cream. This Amazon’s Choice pack includes five freeze dried flavors: chocolate, mint chocolate chip, and Neapolitan ice cream, as well as a vanilla ice cream sandwich and a cookies and cream ice cream sandwich. And according to the reviews, it’s actually pretty tasty. Get the pack of five for $21.95 here.
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