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A notebook that Sailor Moon would approve of.Image: astrorealityBy Team CommerceMashable Deals2018-04-06 17:15:38 UTC

You want to be the 13th person to explore the moon, you say? Here’s what you should do: convince NASA to revive the now-defunct Constellation program, crowdfund billions of dollars, assemble a group of super-geniuses to build a moon-landing vehicle, and complete years of astronaut training.
Doing all that doesn’t seem plausible, does it? Good thing there’s another way to explore the moon, and you don’t need to embark on a rigorous NASA training program, or even purchase a telescope to do it.

Created by San Francisco-based startup AstroReality, the Lunar AR Notebook is a high-quality notebook with built-in augmented reality technology that lets you discover the mysteries of the earth’s nearest celestial neighbor. At face value, it appears to be just a simple notebook, but once you pair it with the accompanying app, the pages will come to life. Yes, really.
See it for yourself:

The Lunar AR Notebook features fun facts about the moon, along with high-quality photo prints of Buzz Aldrin, the first person to man a mission to the moon on Apollo 11 (he’s also the first one to take a selfie in space). Plus, once you aim your phone’s camera at the notebook, the moon goddess Diana “awakens” and turns into an interactive moon which you can explore in 360 degrees.
And that’s not all! The notebook’s cover is specially designed to resemble the moon’s actual surface. When you run your fingers over it, you can literally feel bumps, crater, and landscape of the moon!
Normally, the Lunar AR Notebook retails for $25.99, but for a limited time, Mashable readers can shoot for the moon and get it for only $19.99.

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