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NASA's Voyager Golden Record Box Set Is Finally Back in Stock

The Voyager I and II spacecraft that NASA launched in 1977 were each carrying a golden record encoded with a snapshot of life on Earth. There was music (everything from Chuck Berry to Mozart), greetings (in 55 different human languages), and various images of humanity and wildlife. You know, on the off chance alien life stumbled across it.

Last year, it was republished as a gorgeous gift set featuring three translucent gold vinyl LPs and a 96-page softcover book containing all images included on the original records plus a gallery of visuals transmitted back from the Voyager probes. It sold out very quickly but it's thankfully back in stock ahead of the December shopping craze.

A great gift for the stylish space nerd in the family, head here to score while you can.