It's Space Week

It's Space Week. Yes, an entire week dedicated to intergalactic education. This year's theme is "Space and Entrepreneurship."

With advancements in technology and decreasing launch costs, the World Space Week Association wants to encourage innovation and education to make the idea of Space a little more accessible and exciting. And considering Nat Geo is all about exploring, what's more boundless than outer space?  

FROM THE ARCHIVE Space Week Edition: Apollo 11’s astronaut, Buzz Aldrin, photographed his own feet for the "bootprint penetration" experiment, to test soilmechanics on the moon, 1969.  
Image courtesy of NASA.

FROM THE ARCHIVE Space Week Edition: Astronaut's shadow stretches across the moon towards Apollo 11’s Lunar Module, Eagle, 1969. 

Image courtesy of NASA. 

FROM THE ARCHIVE Space Week Edition: View of the Lunar Module, Eagle, after separating from Apollo 11, 1969.  

Image courtesy of NASA.  


To celebrate Space Week 2023, we've curated an exclusive collection of Space T-shirts, and a collection of galactic looks to wear them with. 







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“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float.

To gain all while you give.

To roam the roads of lands remote.

To travel is to live."

Hans Christian Andersen, Author.