Gifts for Space Enthusiasts

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Slide 0: I Need My Space Adult Mask
I Need My Space Adult Mask
$15.00
* THIS ITEM IS NOT RETURNABLE. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. *

In response to the CDC recommendation that people wear a cloth face covering when out in the community, non-medical, reusable masks have become an essential accessory today. With this I Need My Space Adult Mask you're good to go with a comfortable breathable 3-ply construction using foam encased in polyester. Its comfortable ear loops stretch to fit most adult faces. Made in the USA and machine washable.

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Slide 1: The Mysteries of the Universe
The Mysteries of the Universe
$19.99
In The Mysteries of the Universe children's book, every page will captivate young readers as they journey through the vastness of space. From planets and asteroids to black holes and galaxies, each celestial body is explored through detailed photographs and illustrations that children will love poring over as well as engaging, storybook-style descriptions of each object that allow readers to delve into myths, legends, trivia, and key discoveries about the solar system and beyond.
 
Slide 2: Smithsonian Planetarium Projector
Smithsonian Planetarium Projector
$80.00
Fall asleep under the stars and ignite your kid's interest in the universe with this Smithsonian Planetarium Projector. It brings planets, stars, asteroids and other celestial bodies down to earth and into your young one's bedroom. Best of all? It's as amazing to look at as it is educational. As the planetarium rotates, slide discs display star patterns of the northern hemisphere, HD space images, and more.
 
Slide 3: Rocket Science Adult Mask
Rocket Science Adult Mask
$15.00
* THIS ITEM IS NOT RETURNABLE. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. *

In response to the CDC recommendation that people wear a cloth face covering when out in the community, non-medical, reusable masks have become an essential accessory today. This Rocket Science Adult Mask is the perfect way to wear your love of space, science, and engineering with pride. Rockets, satellites, and astronauts cover the hand sewn mask that is sized for adults. It is made in the USA with stretchy ear loops that make it feel comfortable while it adds a layer of protection.
 
Slide 4: Smithsonian Kids Space Tablet
Smithsonian Kids Space Tablet
$34.99
Encourage a love of science the fun way with this sleek talking Smithsonian Kids Space Tablet with beautiful images and realistic sounds. Touching any of the 21 icons (in Discovery, Quiz, or Exploration mode) or activating one of the 4 games offers multiple learning options, while reinforcing independent play and memory and observation skills. Instructions and required 2 AA batteries included. Plastic. Ages 4 and up. Made in China.
 
Slide 5: Adventures in Space
Adventures in Space
$22.99
With a lenticular cover and packed full of fun surprises, Adventures in Space contains everything young space explorers need to learn about the planets and beyond. After reading about the planets and space exploration, kids can use the shaped box to create their own Moon landing scene with dioramas, cardstock models, and figurines. Whether it's Jupiter's moons or Neil Armstrong's spacesuit, this book contains everything kids need for an intergalactic adventure at home.
 
Slide 6: Smithsonian Rocket Science Kit
Smithsonian Rocket Science Kit
$20.00
Build and launch a rocket powered by only baking soda and vinegar. This hands-on Smithsonian Rocket Science Kit for kids can be used again and again to reach new heights up to 50 feet in the air. The rocket kit comes with detailed instructions and the parts to start soaring, recalling the rockets celebrated at the National Air and Space Museum.
 
Slide 7: Failure Is Not an Option Hooded Sweatshirt
Failure Is Not an Option Hooded Sweatshirt
$28.00
Smithsonian Exclusive Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

This Failure Is Not an Option Hooded Sweatshirt includes an Apollo XIII logo. 50% polyester, 50% cotton. Made in Honduras, printed in the U.S.A.
 
Slide 8: P-51 Mustang Ornament
P-51 Mustang Ornament
$28.00
SPECIAL OFFER: PURCHASE TWO OR MORE FOR $24 EACH

Take to the skies with a Mustang ornament that celebrates this significant aircraft. The P-51 Mustang was designed in 1940 and played a key role in World War II. To create each ornament, Dynasty Gallery lampwork artists use an open flame torch to melt down glass rods and then delicately shape the molten glass. This eye catching ornament comes in a gift box and can hang or stand when it is not in flight.
 
Slide 9: Smithsonian 40mm Refractor Telescope Kit
Smithsonian 40mm Refractor Telescope Kit
$50.00
Get your gazing on with this sleek, Smithsonian 40mm Refractor Telescope Kit with tripod! Great for star gazing, wildlife, cityscapes, sporting events and more! Kit includes: 40mm refractor telescope with Tripod, aluminium telescopic tube with high-quality optics, handy aluminium tabletop tripod, 25x and 125x interchangeable eyepieces. Caution: Viewing the sun can cause permanent eye damage. Do not view the sun with this product or even the naked eye. Intended age for use: 8+. Made in China.
 
Slide 10: Smithsonian Glowing 3-D Solar System Kit
Smithsonian Glowing 3-D Solar System Kit
$30.00
This Smithsonian Glowing 3-D Solar System Kit lets you turn your child's room into a planetarium and provides a fun way to teach them about Earth and the other planets. Planets glow super bright. Charges with any light. Glows in full spectrum color. Kit includes: Sun, 8 planets with 9 hooks, 60" (152.4 cm) clear string for hanging planets and sun, and detailed instructions. Scissors are required and not included. Adult assembly and supervision required. Intended age for use: 8+. Made in China.
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Slide 11: The Value of the Moon
The Value of the Moon
Was: $27.95 Now: $9.99
While the Moon was once thought to hold the key to space exploration, in recent decades the U.S. has largely turned its sights toward Mars and other celestial bodies instead. In The Value of the Moon: How to Explore, Live, and Prosper in Space Using the Moon's Resources, lunar scientist Paul Spudis argues that the U.S. can and should return to the Moon in order to remain a world leader in space utilization and development and a participant in and beneficiary of a new lunar economy. Throughout his work, Spudis incorporates details about man's fascination with the Moon and its place in our shared history. He also explores its religious, cultural, and scientific resonance and assesses its role in the future of spaceflight and our national security and prosperity.