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Astronaut bedding from Snurk (www.snurkbeddengoed.nl/)

Astronaut bedding from Snurk (www.snurkbeddengoed.nl/)

After seeing this on Google+, I knew I had to do a Bad Astronomer-like “want” post. This is a definite want. You can now be the first in your galaxy to have this awesome new bedding set. The duvet and pillow comes from a Dutch bedding shop named Snurk (that’s Dutch for ‘snoring’): “Underneath these sheets you will dream far beyond the stars…lie down, close your eyes and feel gravity decrease instantly.” They are now taking pre-orders, available in March.

Hat tip to Michael Interbartolo/Edward Burke


Nancy Atkinson is currently Universe Today's Contributing Editor. Previously she served as UT's Senior Editor and lead writer, and has worked with Astronomy Cast and 365 Days of Astronomy. Nancy is also a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador.

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  • Olaf2 February 14, 2013, 7:57 PM

    “Apollo and America’s Moon Landing Program: Lunar Module (LM) Reference”

    “Apollo and America’s Moon Landing Program: Command Module (CSM) Reference”

    Are actually very interesting books to read abut the command module, the lunar module and even the space suite.

    I must give a warning, the are just a pile of repetitive descriptions at the components of the apollo. It is not a general story telling book. The astronauts suit is very detailed described in those 2 books.

    The heat/cold is controlled by a reflective outer skin that is also a heat insulator and internally distributed evenly by a water loop. They even though about a micro meteorite shield in the space suit.