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New Robotic Spacecraft Posters

Posted By Bill Dunford

06-08-2015 12:20 CDT

Topics: New Horizons, Rosetta and Philae, Pluto, Galileo, comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko, art, Jupiter

Last year, Planetary Society members helped the artists at Chop Shop select historic robotic spacecraft missions to turn into screen-print posters for the living room. Voters ultimately chose the Voyager, Cassini/Huygens and Curiosity missions.

Chop Shop went on to make posters of the Mars Exploration Rovers and Sputnik. The sixth and final poster in that series featured The Planetary Society's LightSail spacecraft, and that piece was added as a reward in the mission's Kickstarter campaign. 

Robotic Spacecraft Posters - Series One

Chop Shop

Robotic Spacecraft Posters - Series One
Planetary Society members helped the artists at Chop Shop select historic robotic spacecraft missions to turn into screen-print posters for the living room. Voters ultimately chose the Voyager, Cassini/Huygens and Curiosity missions.

Now there's more. Chop Shop has proposed three striking new posters to close the collection out, including this tribute to the Pluto flyby.

Take a look at Chop Shop's Kickstarter campaign--now in its last few days--for the details and to see the other posters for Rosetta and Galileo. 

New Horizons Poster

Chop Shop

New Horizons Poster
A new poster celebrating the New Horizons Pluto flyby.
 
See other posts from August 2015

 

Read more blog entries about: New Horizons, Rosetta and Philae, Pluto, Galileo, comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko, art, Jupiter

Comments:

Travelin' Brian: 08/06/2015 05:51 CDT

Tweaked a little some of these would make badass T-shirts.

RW: 08/12/2015 10:06 CDT

I agree, i would totally buy these in tshirt form

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