Orion Telescopes

Far out, close up
Space. It’s pretty big. It’s probably the biggest thing you could ever think about. Staring into the void all alone in your backyard can bring about some of the biggest questions in existence. You may not find any answers, but at least you’ll enjoy looking.

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Branded Rolling Paper
While partnering with dispensaries near Death Valley, California- a popular destination amongst stargazers- we’ll bring amatuer astronomers the best rolling paper around to elevate any thought-provoking experiences they may already be having.

Ad Space...In Space
The way we see it, advancements in modern capitalism will eventually light the upper atmosphere with bright red cola signs and billboards adorned with bikini’d perfume models. We figured we might as well buy the ad space for ourselves now before it becomes a commodity later– whenever that may be.

We’ll use high-powered laser projectors to cast our message onto an overcast night sky.

Consoling Twitter Replies
Users tweeting statements of existential dread will be comforted in the comments by Orion’s team of experts.

Celestial Map Pin
Roadside monuments dotted along Nevada State Route 375, dubbed the Extraterrestrial Highway, will pose the question of where exactly our place in the universe is. 

Appearing as an actual pin on Google Maps, passengers will be able to select it as they pass by to see a real time, interactive snapshot of the stars above in that exact position.