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    31 Products That Are Truly Out Of This World

    "It's like I'm the universe and you'll be N-A-S-A!" — you (and I) singing Ariana Grande while reading this entire post.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A roll of tape featuring a galaxy print so even your mistakes can pay tribute to the ~great unknown~.


    Promising review: "AMAZING TAPE.. bought a while back and felt compelled to write a review, as I am moving out of my house currently and leaving the tape behind... I used this galaxy tape for my door frames! It's an amazing DIY for quick and easy designed door frames! Out of this world! You can really do it with any color but I was really fond of this one...super easy to apply and has held on all this time without peeling. I strongly urge anyone to try this as a cheap and cleaner alternative to paint. Will be repurchasing a different color when I move more likely!" —Andrea

    Get it from Amazon for $4.39.

    2. A simple constellation pendant you'll want to wear every day to proudly show off your star sign.


    Promising review: "Hands down, one of the best necklaces I've ever invested in. I adore the simplicity of the overall look; it pairs well with neutral wardrobe colors, giving you a classy look. It's very complementary. Would definitely purchase again — specifically for bridesmaids' gifts." —Mindy L.

    Get it from Amazon for $17.98 (available in 12 styles).

    3. A NASA T-shirt that'll have everyone chanting "USA, USA, USA" when you walk into a room.

    Forever 21

    Promising review: "This shirt is actually well made. It’s a super comfortable cotton material, and doesn’t feel cheap. The design is super vibrant which is nice. It’s true to size, so if you were looking to wear this as a baggier tee shirt, go a size up. Also, for any girls who order this, go a size up because the placement of the logo means it gets distorted if you have a larger bust." —Valerie C.

    Get it from Forever 21 for $17.90 (available in men's sizes S–XL).

    4. Or a top featuring a floral version of the classic NASA logo to combine your overall love for our planet (and beyond!).


    Get them from Femfetti: sweatshirt for $38 (available in sizes S–5XL and four colors), T-shirt for $28 (available in sizes XS–4XL and five colors).

    5. A cosmic phone case you can use to protect your phone even when Mercury is in retrograde.


    Promising review: "This case is so cute! I wanted something thin but still with enough protection, similar to Otterbox’s symmetry cases. This is just like it! It’s stiff but still flexible, and it doesn’t feel like my phone will shatter if I drop it. Plus it’s seriously so cute. Definitely worth the money!" —Jeni K

    Get it from Amazon for $9.48.

    6. A 1,900 piece LEGO set that'll be as intense to build as it was when the actual Saturn V shot into space., Amazon

    Promising review: "I've been eagerly anticipating this release. A realistic LEGO Saturn V rocket that stands 39 inches tall with detachable stages, lunar lander and printed astronauts. I thought I'd died and gone to LEGO heaven! LEGO could have easily charged $200 for this set but kept the price tag at $119.99 which is probably why it sold out almost immediately, almost everywhere. The finished result is an unbelievable masterpiece of LEGO engineering and a fitting tribute to the pioneers that took one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. " —Jeremy Herbert

    Get it from Amazon for $119.99.

    7. A card that's actually ~otter this world~ you can use as decoration or give to a fellow space fanatic.

    TurtlesSoup / Etsy

    Get it from TurtlesSoup on Etsy for $4.50.

    8. A set of 100 space stickers so every surface you own can give off galactic vibes.


    Promising review: "I got these as rewards for my son who has Autism. He has a space bed and he loves to put stickers normally not space themed all over the bed. This is a win-win. I also really love these and picked out a few of my favorites before i put the rest in his prize box. the stickers are really good quality and soooo many for cheap. Thank you! Great collection." —Jennifer Marie Taylor

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    9. An elegant shirt featuring a combination of Star Wars and Van Gogh's Starry Night — what more would you want in a tee?, Amazon

    Promising review: "My husband and I are Disneyland annual pass holders. I bought this shirt for him to wear there, when the new Star Wars section opens. The quality of the material is thick and fantastic. The colors are bright. Super happy with this T-shirt. May the force be with you." —none

    Get it from Amazon for $14.98+ (available in unisex sizes S–5XL).

    10. A hair clip that exudes star power and will let you subtly show off your love of constellations.

    Free People

    Promising review: "It is adorable and has great grip. No hair slippage. I recommend!" —mleighh

    Get it from Free People for $12.

    11. An adjustable bangle personalized with your horoscope sign to pair with all of your current jewelry.


    Promising review: "This is my first time writing a review as I was so pleased with what arrived. I bought this bracelet as a gift for my 20-year-old niece. It came elegantly packaged and ready to wrap. It looks good in my hand and on a wrist. Has nice weight to it. Overall, I am extremely pleased and will definitely purchase for other gifts." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $13.97 (available in 12 styles).

    12. Astronaut ice cream sandwiches you and your pals can chow down on while watching the latest Apollo 11 documentary.


    Promising review: "I use these for stocking stuffers, car trip snacks, and emergency bribes. Keep in mind that no matter where you buy astronaut ice cream, it will come not in a nice solid block, but pre-broken into little random bite-sized bits, and there will be powdery crumbs that your kids will spill somehow. This is the nature of the beast. It tastes exactly like Neapolitan ice cream, because that's what it is, only with all the moisture removed (be sure to have water on hand, or your dehydrated children will make you suffer). It is a weird, sweet, dry, creamy treat with an apocalypse-ready shelf life. What's not to love?" —K. Miller

    Get a pack of 10 from Amazon for $35.

    13. A SpaceX tee with the schematic plans of the Dragon II on it, essential for the wardrobe of anyone who can't stop researching how rockets are built (guilty).


    Get it from SpaceX for $30 (available in men's sizes S–5XL and three colors).

    14. A crop top that'll leave you and anyone who dares look your way ~starry-eyed~.

    Nasty Gal

    Get it from Nasty Gal for $12 (available in sizes 0–8).

    15. A quirky pin to combine your obsession with caffeine, personal space and all-things-galactic in one tiny accessory., Amazon

    Promising review: "Just received this pin and OMG I love it!!! I bought it for my teenager and I know she will love it too. Really cute packaging!! Very well made, a must have for all teenagers. Trust me folks, buy this for your rebellious teen and they will appreciate your thoughtfulness and think that you really do understand them. Plus lets not all forget that teens DO NEED their personal space!" —Independent thinker

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    16. Or a pin set featuring a collection of spacemen that'll give you an excuse to sing the lyrics "Ground Control to Major Tom" over and over AND OVER.


    Promising review: "They are all super cute and match super well. I kinda wish the Saturn with the astronaut that ‘flies around’ had an extra pin on the astronaut so that it stayed to where you could see it, but I still love them all." —Margo Eugenio

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $9.89.

    17. A set of sheets starring Snoopy and Woodstock in space, guaranteed to help you have sweet dreams.

    Lands' End

    This set comes with two pillowcases, a fitted sheet, and a flat sheet. You can also have it monogramed!

    Get them from Lands' End for $69.95+ (available in sizes twin, full, and queen).

    18. A sterling silver necklace featuring your horoscope sign's constellation that'll sparkle in the moonlight.


    Promising review: "It's a little bigger than I expected, but not too big. It's shiny and pretty and came in a cute blue, diamond shaped box. The box is nice, the necklace doesn't even really need to be wrapped to give as a gift. It arrived quickly and in perfect condition." —RaeAnn Firek

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99 (available in 12 styles).

    19. A planetarium pop-up book for an ~out of this world~ reading experience.


    Promising review: "This book is SO COOL. It's incredible. When I opened it up I actually said out loud 'how did they make this?' The construction is sturdy. well made, and it's clear that there was a lot of attention to detail. It's unlike any pop-up book I have ever seen." —Mrk

    Get it from Amazon for $27.73.

    20. An alien planter to house your favorite succulent that already kinda looks like it doesn't belong on this planet.

    Meow3DStore / Etsy

    Get it from Meow3DStore on Etsy for $19.95+ (available in sizes S–L and 12 colors).

    21. A Moon Bath smudge blend that'll help banish negative energy from your home. Seriously — you'll be able to erase all the vibes from your naive friend who just last week sat on your couch explaining why they don't think we actually landed on the moon.

    Free People

    Get it from Free People for $26.

    22. Or an umbrella that is as unique as the stars in the sky and will definitely come in handy the next time you're caught in a downpour.

    Promising review: "I will never go back to the regular umbrellas. The inverted is definitely the way to go and this one is great! It has two layers of protection from the rain, very easy to open and close, which is good when you are going in and out of the car or a door. The 'C' handle is large enough to put your arm through if you need your hands to carry something else. The best part is looking up at the beautiful scene above you! On a rainy day, it's nice to see. I highly recommend this product." —Marilyn Tremblay

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    23. The Astronaut Wives Club because there's SO much more to space history than just stars and rockets.


    This was one of the first books that got me interested in space. It goes behind the scenes of the ladies who stood by the first astronauts and reveals what their lives were truly like during this incredible time in history.

    Promising review: "I am a total NASA junkie. I have read and seen everything related to NASA. I was a baby when John Glenn went into space; my mother sat me in a high chair in front of our black-and-white TV to watch this historic event. So, I couldn't wait to read The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story. Lily Koppel's The Astronaut's Wives Club: A True Story gave an honest and intimate account of what it was like to be married to the space pioneers. NASA portrayed the astronaut's as the perfect Americans and wanted the wives to provide the perfect homes and families. But, behind the scenes all was not rosy. The wives leaned on each other for support and encouragement." —lsama

    Get it from Amazon for $9.55.

    24. A hydrating jelly cleanser that'll make your skin look like its covered in stardust — I honestly can't think of anything more ideal.


    Straight from space right to your skin — there's actual meteorite dust in this product!

    Promising review: "OK, the hype is fun, and so is the packaging. But it really removes eye and face makeup like a non-drying residue dream...even gentle on the eyes! Also it smells like an orange cream that's a bonus. You will actually enjoy this so much especially for those really lazy nights or long days, but don't skip this cleanser, its non-irritating and causes no break outs. Will buy again." —lilcherryolive

    Get it from Sephora for $32.

    25. An iPhone case that'll let you ~phone home~ like E.T. in galactic style.


    Promising review: "I really like this case so far, the price seems a bit high for a rubberized case but quality is much better than the cheap ones. It fully covers the phone and comes up past the screen for drop protection. My favorite feature is how the button covers move independently from the rubber sides of the case, much easier to push the buttons than the basic rubber cases (especially for girls who have long nails). I would recommend this brand!" —emily brook

    Get it from Amazon for $35 (available for iPhone X, XS, XR, and XS Max).

    26. Or a necklace of Saturn to pay tribute to your favorite planet (no offense, Pluto).

    WildflowerandCompany / Etsy

    Get it from WildflowerandCompany on Etsy for $24+ (available in 10 styles).

    27. Or oversized star earrings you can wear down to the Kennedy Space Center to watch a rocket actually blast off into space.

    Nasty Gal

    Get them from Nasty Gal for $3.20.

    28. Galactic ice pop molds, excellent for helping you cool down when you get all ~fired up~ over during live streams of SpaceX launches.


    Promising review: "I've bought several popsicle kits over the years and this is by far the best. One of the nicest things about it is that once everything is frozen you can take the pops out of the large holder and put them anywhere in the freezer. The object takes up a lot of space initially, but honestly the pouring and stick putting in part is so easy that I don't even mind making room for it in my freezer." —jacksonheels

    Get them from Amazon for $22.15.

    29. Socks that, like in Game of Thrones, you'll cherish so much you'll refer to them as your ~sun and stars~.


    Promising review: "The socks feel really nice quality, and they look exactly like the picture! They're a good thickness and are plenty stretchy! They feel like they're going to last for a long time, I'd definitely recommend them!" —Kt

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $13.80 (one size fits most).

    30. A bomber jacket that'll make you feel like Buzz Aldrin himself after he returned home and was treated like a superstar for his moonwalk., Amazon

    Promising review: "The jacket is just like the replica they have at the Kennedy Space Center, it's thick and feels durable. The pockets are large enough, both outside and inside for small items. It's very warm without having to wear an extra layer. I highly recommend this jacket." —Will.O.Bie

    Get it from Amazon for $144.01+ (available in men's sizes XS–3XL and in blue or white).

    31. And a telescope, so you can actually try to catch a glimpse of Mars, the moon, or your favorite constellations.,

    Promising review: "This is the first telescope in this house. I mean when i was young, my dad got me one and we learnt to discover the sky together. It was fun and it was the best memory to me. Now we have our own kids, we want to motivate them, we need to learn something new together. Price-wise this telescope is good for beginner. It just took little bit of time to read the manual and very easy to assemble. Tonight it's going to rain, hopefully we will have a clear sky afterward and be able to see some stars above!" —lamay

    Get it from Amazon for $81.24.

    You to all of your new space-theme treasures:


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