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Ariana Grande Partnered With NASA For Her New Merch Drop

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We need all of it

Ariana Grande's latest collaboration is, um, out of this world (yeah, we went there). She's teamed up with NASA for her official Coachella merch, which is now available for everyone to buy.

Inspired by her song "NASA" off her latest album, thank u, next, the pieces have the NASA logo emblazoned on them, and also include quotes from and inspired by her song. This means you can get shirts that declare "I'ma need space" and "This is one small step for woman, one giant leap for womankind." It also means we now know what we're going to wear all summer. Some pieces also note that Grande is the youngest Coachella headliner in the festival's history.

The collection was available on Sunday for festival-goers who visited her merch stand, but now everyone can buy it via Grande's official online shop. Act fast, though, because these items will only be available for a limited time, and we have a feeling they might sell out.

All prices range between $20-75, and you can check out the entire collection, below.

Photos courtesy of Columbia Records

Ariana Grande, NASA Vintage Tie Dye Crewneck, $70, available at Ariana Grande.

Photos courtesy of Columbia Records

Ariana Grande, Glitch L/S Crewneck, $60, available at Ariana Grande.

Photos courtesy of Columbia Records

Ariana Grande, Space Anorak, $70, available at Ariana Grande.

Photos courtesy of Columbia Records

Ariana Grande, One Giant Leap Crewneck, $70, available at Ariana Grande.

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Ariana Grande, NASA Glasses, $50, available at Ariana Grande.

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Ariana Grande, I'ma Need Space T-Shirt, $60, available at Ariana Grande.

Photos courtesy of Columbia Records

Ariana Grande, I'ma Need Space Hoodie, $75, available at Ariana Grande.

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