Solar System Bottle


  • 16 oz.
  • PVC free, BPA free, phthalate free, lead free, non toxic
  • Spill resistant open and close sipper
  • Removable straw for easy cleaning
  • Resists stains and odors
  • Top rack dishwasher safe
  • Ages 3-8
  • Crucial to mini astronaut hydration, this bottle checks all the boxes. It has a handle that will clip it to a backpack and the bottle fits inside the solar system lunch box. It has a removable straw and is top rack dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean. Functional and portable, your explorer will be over the moon with this water bottle.

  • It can take up to two years of rigorous training to become a fully qualified astronaut. Astronaut candidates attend classes in science and technology: mathematics, geology, meteorology, guidance and navigation, oceanography, orbital dynamics, astronomy, physics, medical procedures, and materials processing. They also receive training in land and sea survival training, scuba diving, and space suits.

    Graduation from the Astronaut Candidate Program requires successful completion of International Space Station systems training, Extravehicular Activity skills training, Robotics skills training, Russian language training, and aircraft flight readiness training. Completion of the training program does not ensure selection as an astronaut.