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5 gifts for backyard astronomers
Unique gifts for backyard astronomers fascinated by black holes
Curated by MyScienceShop, this list of gifts for backyard astronomers will leave any astronomy enthusiast mesmerized, kind of frightened, and curious about black holes. Black holes have captured the attention of space lovers everywhere. Give the gift of limitless exploration.
The Space & Beyond Box is the ultimate subscription box for space lovers. With each box focused on a different space-related theme, the Space & Beyond Box is designed to surprise and delight backyard astronomers all over the galaxy. Just in time for the holidays, the November 2020 Space & Beyond Box theme is black holes. Give space geeks the opportunity to gaze into the abyss with 5-7 products centered around black holes.
The perfect gift for your curious friends or family members. This 26-page digital download covers what makes a black hole tick, what happens when black holes collide, how we know black holes exist, and more! It’s the perfect combination of articles to support a backyard astronomer’s study of supermassive black holes.
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This plush character is guaranteed to put a smile on any space lover’s face! Introduce a young space enthusiast to black holes with this fun and comfy plush, add to your science teacher’s collection of space accessories, or gift it to anyone who is fascinated by black holes! Includes only Celestial Buddies™ Plush – Black Hole; other Celestial Buddies™ sold separately.
Spice up your teacher’s classroom or fill the empty space on your space pal’s wall with this black holes poster. This poster uses infographics to uncover the different formations and varieties of black holes.
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