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Total Lunar Eclipse 5/16/22

Grab your Buddies and put your eyes to the skies! A total lunar eclipse is coming early in the morning of 5/16. Photo: Flickr/Bernd Thaller, 2018 Click here to find out when you can see this eclipse Click here for more info on total lunar eclipses, and the Danjon scale of brightness during an eclipse Want to commemorate this celestial event? Shop our Earth, Moon, and Sun Buddies now! 

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NEW Buddies have launched!

AstroBuddy is the newest member of the Galactic Gang! A born explorer, this little plush tot is ready to explore the wonders of space! AstroBuddy has a removable zippered backpack that can store all the necessary essentials to make every imaginary spacewalk a success. Shop AstroBuddy now Crunch Bunch are interactive sensory toys designed for infants. Available in Sun, Moon, and Earth, each Crunch Bunch contains a crispy, crinkly fill whose sound and feel will delight little ones. The body contains a squeaker and a rattle. The teething ring can double as a hook to hang the toy above a crib or stroller. Facial features are embroidered for extra safety. Each Crunch Bunch features a classic Buddy design on the front and a brand new custom...

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Listen to the sounds of space

🎶 Nep-tunes! 🎶  But jokes aside, NASA spacecraft have gathered radio emissions from space that sound really cool when converted to sound waves!  Visit this playlist with your space-loving kids to listen to the sounds of space: https://soundcloud.com/nasa/sets/spookyspacesounds We think plasmawaves & whistler waves sound the coolest, how about you?

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What will the James Webb Telescope discover?

Celestial Buddies are so excited about the James Webb Telescope! We can't wait to learn more about the origins of stars, planetary systems, exoplanets, and more! What do you hope the JWT discovers?More from space.com: https://www.space.com/jwst-universe-best-kept-secrets Bring home Mars Buddy, Little Earth Buddy, and Moon Buddy today to celebrate this new era of astronomy!

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