Guide to Holiday Shopping

The Holiday Season is an opportunity to do your holiday shopping on the Nautilus Collection with books and art tied to Nautilus stories. We’ve curated this special selection of products to make holiday shopping for the science enthusiast in your life a breeze.


GIVE THE GIFT OF SCIENCE HISTORY

Bid on a 1920 edition of Einstein’s Relativity for the science historian in your life! 

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When Einstein Tilted at Windmills

The young physicist’s quest to prove the theories of Ernst Mach.

Amanda Gefter

When they met, Einstein wasn’t Einstein yet.


EVERY NAUTILUS EVER

Give the ultimate Nautilus fan our entire print archive!

The Nautilus Collection is auctioning the full collection of every Nautilus print issue. The winner of the auction will get every issue, from our very first right up to the current issue. You’ll also get two special editions, Cosmos and Aging.

The proceeds from the auction will be used to commission new content for Nautilus Channels.


SCIENCE YOU CAN DISPLAY

Show your love for Nautilus with this poster, detailing the cover of Print Edition 38

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The Planets with the Giant Diamonds Inside

Mining the mysteries of Uranus and Neptune.

Corey S. Powell

On the dark night of March 13, 1781, William Herschel settled down in his garden observatory in Bath, England, for a routine night of observing stars, when he noticed something out of place in the heavens.


GIVE SCIENCE POSTERS FROM THE 1950s!

Snag a vintage poster for the history buff!

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The Disneyfication of Atomic Power

Inside America’s propaganda campaign, “Atoms for Peace,” launched in the wake of Hiroshima.

Jacob Darwin Hamblin

John Jay Hopkins’s visit to Japan in 1955, as an informal emissary of “Atoms for Peace,” must have seemed surreal to everyone involved.


LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT

This limited edition “Water” print makes a great gift!

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Five Things We Still Don’t Know About Water

From steam to ice, water continues to mystify.

Richard Saykally

What could we not know about water?


LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT

Gift this limited edition “Dawn of the Heliocene” print

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Dawn of the Heliocene

Why the next geological epoch should be named for when we tapped the sun’s energy.

Summer Praetorius

I was born on the summer solstice in an age without a name.


GIVE THE GIFT OF SCIENCE HISTORY

Give the biologist in your life Roger Payne’s 1970 record Songs of the Humpback Whale and 1st-edition book Among Whales

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The Man Who Seduced the World with Whale Songs

Roger Payne sparked the anti-whaling movement. He’s not done yet.

Stuart Firestein

It’s been more than 50 years since biologist Roger Payne brought whale song into the lives of millions via the popular album, Songs of the Humpback Whale.


LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT

Don’t miss this limited edition print of “The Monster”

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The Volcano That Shrouded the Earth and Gave Birth to a Monster

Three years of darkness and cold spawned crime, poverty, and a literary masterpiece.

Gillen D’Arcy Wood

Two hundred years ago, the greatest eruption in Earth’s recorded history took place.


LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT

Gift “The Prestige” limited edition print!

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The Dueling Weathermen of the 1800s

This bitter dispute set the stage for the modern weather forecast.

Peter Moore

Very few in scientific circles would have heard of William C. Redfield’s name before the publication of his storm paper in 1831.