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Spiffy human spaceflight T-shirt!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

21-07-2011 11:44 CDT

Topics: fun, Planetary Society

From Chop Shop, the same guys who brought you my favorite space T-shirt ever, there is now a very cool shirt celebrating the spacecraft and missions of 50 years of human spaceflight, and as before they're donating five bucks to the Planetary Society for every T-shirt sold. My "beyond Earth" tee has been a popular one every spacy meeting I've worn it to -- I'm sure this "above Earth" one would be no different!

Above Earth
Above Earth
This T-shirt from Chop Shop commemorates the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's historic first manned mission into the great beyond. Twenty-three historic missions of human exploration of space from the very first satellites to the first permanent outpost in Earth's orbit.

Chop Shop has also made a 3-shirt Space Exploration bundle, which gets you a 23% discount and sends eight bucks to the Society. The bundle includes the robotic spaceflight one, the human spaceflight one, and your choice of two others -- I have this Explore Space one for my kids and it is quite adorable on them!

Prepared for #JPLOpen House in their geekiest T-shirts on Twitpic
 
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