12 of the Best Space Gifts – 2023
New York Times Bestselling illustrated companion to celebrated scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson’s popular podcast
Make space travel obsolete, bring 60,000 stars to your room by pushing a single button
Beautiful cufflinks featuring images of planets, galaxies, and even the famous Golden Record from the Voyager Probe
A solar system of edible treats!
Float like an astronaut and in weightless zero gravity - the ultimate gift experience for a space or science fan
3D model kits for the Apollo Lunar Module, Space Shuttle Endeavor, Hubble Telescope and more
Futuristic yet retro space tourism posters from NASA
Delicious freeze-dried treats just like the astronauts eat
Relax to the aurora borealis, great for children and adults as a sleep aid light, decorative light or mood light
Carefully studied illustrations of your favorite spaceships, a homage to science fiction and our ever-growing fascination with space exploration.
Follow a single orbit of the ISS in this spectacular photographic tour of the planet.
Unique space and galaxy jewelry using Hubble images of the cosmos on rings, pendents, bracelets, earrings and more
The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II
100 stunning, ingenious and absorbing infographics reveal the secrets of life, the universe and everything
A beautifully curated collection of personal narratives from female scientists from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines, with a dash of whimsy thrown in
TED Books pick up where TED Talks leave off, this set includes books from three of the leading business minds of our time
A grand tour of the science of cooking explored through popular American dishes, illustrated in full color
A tour of the mind explaining two systems that drive the way we think and make decisions, compelling reading for fans of psychology, science and business
Deluxe notebook of varied graph paper designs interspersed with engaging charts and infographics
Get creative and explore the science of the camera-less photographic printing process known as cyanotype
Complicated stuff in simple words
Beautifully crafted books from the world of science, technology and natural history
Read about one man's journey to create a simple kitchen toaster from scratch
Why can't I tickle myself? This and other thought provoking questions from kids, all answered by top experts
A fun example of early scientific measurement inspired by Galileo's instruments
Individually hand blown glass jellyfish paperweight that glows in the dark
Gallium is a metal which almost instantly melts in your hand! It feels like mercury but is non-toxic.The perfect gift for physics students, science lovers
As the wax egg melts away it slowly reveals the world's favourite prehistoric carnivore - a darling baby velociraptor.
Emboss your cookies, pies, fondants with dinosaurs
Show off your love of science and biology with these fun socks
Connect cubelets together that include motors and various sensors to build your own robots, that can be combined with your existing toys
450 Pages of answers to the 'How?' and 'Why?' in the kitchen, to satisfy the curious, smart geek