12 Out Of This World Gifts For Space Lovers

Looking for that perfect gift for the space-obsessed, the horoscope addict, or perhaps a budding astronaut or astronomer? We've found 12 gifts inspired by the cosmos...Houston, we want them all.


Behold stunning mood lamp from the Science Museum, that's educational too! You'll be able to see all the way from the Plough to Pegasus.The constellations are etched into the acrylic so the light from the base is refracted upwards and into the etchings. A great way to learn about the cosmos and constellations!


Inspired by the depths of space and the brilliance of starlight, John Lewis & Partners' new Jet bauble collection incorporates geometric patterns, glass prisms and intergalactic influenced decorations.


Whether you choose to use it to take Gray Malin style aerial photography, film your next ski trip from above or spy on the neighbours, this drone camera is the ultimate flying gadget. It takes stunning HD videos and 14MP photos (that's very high definition), plus it even live streams to your smartphone or tablet at up to 300m range (or up to 2km with the Sky Controller add-on).


Fun picture? Yes. Sparkly thread? Yes. Sequins? Of course. This space inspired piece has the same cosy feel as an old-favourite jumper, with a ribbed hem and cuffs, but it's waaaay more fun to wear.


It may look like just another kids' watch, but don't be fooled by the bright colours and simple watch face. They are actually clever tracking devices that help parents keep tabs on kids' whereabouts.If youwant to know where the kids are, you can check their location on the TCLMOVE app;and if they need help, they can send an alert to your smartphone via the SOS button on the watch. So they have freedom to do more while you have thereassurance that you’re both connected. Genius.


Inspired by the stars, moon and night sky in beautiful dark blues and glittery golds, the Stardust celestial design A6 notebook is perfect for carrying with you on the go to write down any thoughts, musings, or lists that you need to make throughout the day.


We love the subtle design of this Wolf & Badger necklace, featuringa small petite star which dangles from a crescent moon, both adorned with Latelita signature sparkles.


Does your little one wake up as soon as the buggy stops moving? With the motto 'one giant sleep for babykind', the award winning Rockit portable baby rocker promises to rock babies to sleep so you don't have to.Created to help parents on the go, this handy must-have accessory keeps babies moving and snoozing.Simply attach to any pushchair or pram (or rocking crib), push the button and adjust the speed to rock your baby, just like you would. In fact scientific tests show the vibration level closely mimics the normal hand rocking of a pushchair and the subtle yet soothing movement is gentler than a pushchair moving over paving stones.


Get ready to zoom to Planet Bed with this fun and funky rocket cushion. Just the job for jetting off on a top secret mission or cuddling up with during bedtime stories...


What could please a planet lover more than actually being able to gaze up at the planets, in real life?


When obi wan can't help, this little fella usually can. A 5-in-1 multi-tool inspired by the iconic astromech droid from the hugely popular Star Wars films, this is the all-in-one tool you'll need to help you out of many a tough situation – featuring hex keys, a ruler, a bottle opener and more.


Carry out daring space missions with the space shuttle explorer, featuring large engines, opening payload bay with robotic arm, satellite with foldout wings and a minifigure cockpit with tinted canopy. It also rebuilds into a Moon Station or a Space Rover.

Lotte Brouwer
Lotte Brouwer

Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.