Cosmos Rocks

A Universe of Geological Treasures
can be yours!

For a limited time only you can purchase genuine space rocks, sourced direct from NASA.

Geode

 

Magnetic geodes from the heart of Jupiter, brought back to Earth by Voyager and definitely not bits of rubble that we found in the car park.

sand bag

 

Colourful sands scooped from the rings of Saturn, scientifically proven to be geologically different from the stuff you can get from the builders' merchants down the road.

slab

 

 

Towering slabs of moon rock, ideal for garden features and so genuine that they actually say 'moon' all the way down the middle.

 

These beautiful artefacts can be yours to keep, and will not only delight your friends and family, but also possess strange, mystical yet scientifically-verifiable medicinal powers. Heal wounds! Eradicate warts and boils! And yeah, why not - bring granny back from the dead!

We've spent a fortune on this ad, so order now to avoid disappointing us...

Cosmos Rocks

Because in an infinite universe, there is no limit to human gullibility.

And now available, lava lamps using real plasma harvested from the sun!

 

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