Beatles "Across the Universe" covered using sampled audio from Rosetta mission

Essa writes, "Andrew Huang has taken fragments of the audio from the Rosetta mission and arranged them into haunting rendition of The Beatles' 'Across the Universe'. Apart from his singing, no other sounds were used in the song."

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Scratch-built, incredibly detailed Millennium Falcon


Thomas Richner spent more than 140 hours scratch-building a spectacularly detailed cardboard model of Star Wars's Millennium Falcon, working with scrap cardboard boxes and then shooting his model on a green-screen and compositing onto backgrounds from the movies.

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Superman branding iron


The $34, 3D printed branding iron snaps onto a standard Bic lighter and is perfect for pretending that you are a tiny, vain Superman whose heat-vision is used to tag random burnables with your awesome graffiti mark (please do not use this on animals or non-consenting humans). (via Geeky Merch)

Sailor Moon hip-flask


The 8 oz stainless steel flasks are $27.50 and sport an etched Sailor Moon logo -- they come with a free funnel that the seller will etch with your name (or, presumably, any other pithy thing) at no added charge.

Plush Minecraft blocks


The 20cm^3 plush Minecraft TNT block is covered in suede-effect polyester and stuffed with soft foam; for something less explosive, try the Chest or the Log (or get the 10cm set with Grass, TNT, Diamond and Creeper blocks).

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Handmade Dishonored masks


You've got until Dec 7 to pre-order one of Rob De Maio's handmade, incredibly detailed masks from the game Dishonored. (via Geeky Merch)

Ceramic, handmade Tardis soup-mug, saucer and spoon


The whole set is $50 from Barbarah Robertson, a potter in Virginia -- microwave and dishwasher safe, and can be ordered in time for Christmas delivery.

Back to the Future Delorean dashboard phone-case


The Back to the Future Delorean dashboard phone-case ($16.26) fits most recent smartphones, and the image is transferred using 3D vacuum printing to produce a wraparound effect. (via Geeky Merch)

Hulk and Wolverine cushion


From UK Etsy seller This Shop Really Rocks, available with stuffing or without, the Hulk Wolverine Cushion (with art directly printed on the fabric) -- also noteworthy: Princess Bubblegum, Alice finds a TARDIS; Beemo faces. (via Geeky Merch)

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AT-AT stretched piercing plugs


If you liked the Storm Trooper plugs for stretched piercings, you'll love the 3D printed AT-AT plugs from Pittsburgh's Ojingo Studios, who also make copper skulls entombed in perspex and 3D printed maneki nekos.

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Jaws skirt and other delights


Nerd Alert in Jacksonville, FL, makes these great Jaws skirts to order for $45; also noteworthy are the Wonder Woman aprons, Robin aprons, Captain America scarf and Super Mario scarf (all made to order -- scarves come in straight or infinity).

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TARDIS zippo-ish lighter


Konstantin and Yury, artists from Ukraine, have an Etsy store that sells customized knock-off Zippos and flasks, including this great Tardis lighter.

Gender-swapped father-daughter Han-Leia costume


Tom's daughter was bummed that she couldn't be Han Solo for Hallowe'en, so Tom rose to the challenge and offered to accompany her as Princess Leia.

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Friday the 13th skull-spoons


The Jason Voorhees/Friday the 13th spoons from Black Death 777 are $37 each, made from recycled old silverware. (via Oh Gizmo)

3D printed Adventure Time cookie-cutter


Make your own delicious, edible BMO biscuits with this $9 starch-based 3D printed cookie cutter from Star Cookies, who also does Dragonball, Ghostbusters and more. (via Geekymerch)