Amazon.com’s annual Amazon Prime Day megasale started Monday, July 15 at 3 a.m. EDT (0700 GMT) and lasts for TWO days this year! Space fans can expect to find deals on binoculars, kids’ telescopes, space-themed home decor and toys. Here is a roundup of our favorite sale items for space lovers.
The deals are only available to people with an Amazon Prime account. Prime costs $119 per year, but users can try it free for 30 days.
We’ll update this page throughout Amazon Prime Day with more deals for space fans as we see them, so don’t forget to check back period to see what we find! Also be sure to check out our other Prime Day deals roundups:
LIGHTNING DEAL – Apollo 11 on Blu-ray | Was $20 | Now $13
Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, you can get CNN’s new Apollo 11 documentary for 38% off until July 16 at 9:05 p.m. ET. Read more about this documentary here.
This gorgeous, handcrafted brass refracting telescope stands on a Mahogany tripod with extendable legs. It has a 50-mm objective lens and an adjustable magnification between 15x and 45x. (This item is already low in stock on Amazon, so don’t wait too long to snag one before they run out!)
This beginner telescope set from CSSEA is easy to set up and use, making it perfect for kids and novice skywatchers. It includes two eyepieces to adjust the magnification, a finder scope to help locate objects faster, a tripod and a carrying case.
Lightning deal ends July 16 at 7:45 p.m. ET.
Celstron’s Granite ED 9x33mm binoculars are on sale for 53% off for Prime Day! This line of binoculars is one of Celestron’s top performing. With multi-coated lenses, they provide vivid, high-contrast views with excellent sharpness and color correction.
Accessories & Decor
Flaunt your affection for NASA with these classic iron-on NASA patches! This six-piece set includes NASA’s current “meatball” logo, two of NASA’s old “worm” logo patches, an Apollo 11 mission patch, a space shuttle patch and an American flag patch.
This 3D-printed moon lamp comes with a remote control that you can use to choose between 16 different colors of moonlight — or you can just slap the thing to make it change colors! It’s dimmable, so you can use it as a nightlight.
An essential piece of home decor for any Corgi-loving space nerd, this vintage art print features an out-of-this-world doggy printed on a recycled page from an old dictionary. We imagine it’s a great conversation starter! (Frame not included)
Toys & Games
This interactive app-enabled globe has built-in LED lights that show constellations, the Milky Way and more. You can also use it to study Earth’s geological features and find major landscapes.
Build a mini moon base for a fleet of robotic space cockroach-like critters known as HexBugs with this Nano Space Cosmic Command building set. The jittering little bots move around the station on their own. The set comes with a nano rocket ship, a rotating gravity trainer, a satellite dish, a rover and other space-themed accessories.
If your little space cadet has not yet picked a Halloween costume for this year, this NASA astronaut costume could be a great candidate! This realistic flight suit features real NASA mission patches. It’s recommended for kids age 4 to 6.