Looking to name a crater on the Moon after a friend, family member or other loved one? Scroll down on this page for your options!

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  • Sale! I Love You To The Moon And Back (Image)

    Name A Crater For Valentine’s Day


    How many times have you said “I love you to the Moon and back” to the one you love?

    Well, if you love someone to the Moon πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸš€πŸš€πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸš€ and back, you’ve come to the right place – we’re here for that!

    As we’ve always said, nothing could be greater than to own your own crater … or to give a crater on the Moon to the one you love for πŸ’˜ Valentine’s Day.

    Unlike a 🌹 dozen roses, which are beautiful and smell wonderful – but will be in your trash πŸ—‘ bin in about a week – the Moon πŸŒ™ will be around forever and a day for you to look up to in the night sky.

    πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸš€πŸš€ Ready to get started? Let’s go to the Moon! πŸŒ™

  • Sale! Astronaut holding the Moon (Image)

    Name A Crater On The Moon


    Nothing could be greater than to own your own crater!

    …Or to give a crater on the Moon as a gift to a friend or family member, as a 🎁 birthday, wedding πŸ‘°πŸ½ or anniversary present, or to name a lunar crater in lasting memory of a departed loved one.

    There are currently about 75,000 unnamed craters on the Moon πŸŒ™ ranging from about 65 kilometers (about 40 miles) in diameter to less than a half kilometer (.3 miles) that are available to the general public. Scroll down to learn more.

    πŸš€πŸŒ™Β Ready to name your own crater? Let’s go!

    First, select your preferred…

  • Sale! Memorial Moon Crater (Image)

    Name A Memorial Crater On The Moon


    The Moon, like a flower in Heaven’s high bower, with silent delight, sits and smiles on the night.
    – William Blake

    Naming a crater on the Moon for a departed loved one can be the perfect memorial gift because it gives a sense of timelessness and permanence to the memory of the person – though they may be parted, there is still a place in the night sky where you can look up and remember, always.

    The Moon is a constant presence in the night sky and has been a source of fascination for humanity for thousands of years. By naming a crater after a loved one, their memory will be preserved for as long as humanity continues to look up at the Moon. πŸŒ™