A moon lamp that appears to defy gravity! It seems to magically 'float' above its wooden base and rotates slowly. The 3D-printed moon has a textured surface reflecting the topography of the real satellite and emits a soft light in a choice of three shades - the plastic is made from renewable materials like corn starch and can (eventually!) be broken down in an industrial composter. The wooden base contains the strong magnet which supports the lamp.
Celebrate women working and achieving in STEM with this brilliant pin. Part of our Badges of Honour range. Enamelled blue metal badge. Measures approx 3 cm long. Made in the UK.
Space has captivated us since the beginning of time. Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon and since then our knowledge of astronomy has been continually expanding.The Art of Urban Astronomy guides you through the seasons, to learn about the brightest stars and constellations,...
An early-20th-Century classroom teaching aid of the night sky is beautifully reproduced on this gift wrap. Printed on Cavallini's signature Italian archival paper, this fine gift wrap is good enough to be hung on the wall, or used in a variety of crafts. To transform...
On February 14th 1990, Carl Sagan had the brilliant idea that Voyager 1 should turn back and take a 'family portrait' of our solar system. From that photograph, we got the 'pale blue dot' image of Earth. If that doesn't put things into perspective, we...