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New Space Telescope Print : The Planet Finders Including Kepler, Tess, and Spitzer | New Apollo LRV T-shirt

Our Kickstarter has now funded two Space Telescope designs. 12 days left and one to go!


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JUST POSTED: A NEW DESIGN FOR THE PLANET FINDERS FEATURING KEPLER, TESS, AND SPITZER
The second poster in this new series was funded a few days ago and we are revealing the new design today! This and the JWST prints will go into production at the conclusion of the campaign— which is now only 12 days away! 
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Poster #2 features The Planet Finders (shown above), which includes the orbital observatories Kepler, Tess, and Spitzer— not to mention a few ground based observatories along the bottom. All of which are collectively responsible for finding over 5,000 planets beyond our own solar system. Some of these newly discovered systems are displayed in the background of the print such as, Trappist, Proxima Centauri, KOI351, Kepler 11, etc (see examples below). Later there will also be stickers produced for this design and a t-shirt. 
In keeping with our usual process, we have revealed only two designs to the campaign so far. Shown at the top of the page are posters #1 and #2 which also includes The James Webb Space Telescope screen print funded two weeks ago. If we go over $6600 in the next two weeks, The Hubble Space Telescope will close the series out as Poster #3. Please consider supporting the campaign today by becoming a backer and helping us complete the series. 
Added to the STORE: APOLLO LUNAR ROVER T-ShiRT
The Lunar Roving Vehicle was a battery-powered four-wheeled rover used on the Moon in the last three missions of the American Apollo program during 1971 and 1972. It is also the newest t-shirt added to our online store. NOTE: Due to a snafu, the women’s copies are arriving sometime next week and will be posted at that time.
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If you are a fan of Apollo and the LRV in particular— you have to see this upgraded video of it driving on the moon. The original frame rate was only 12 per second (which is also why many moon videos run so quickly). Here the same video is upgraded via interpolation to 60 frames a second and the results are remarkable. There is also similar footage of Apollo 14 highlighting the landing, planting the flag, and blast off that make it feel like it happened last week.
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