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Shirts for when you’ve just landed a spacecraft on a comet

Landing a spacecraft on a comet?! That’s cool! That’s the kind of cool achievement that should be paired with a cool shirt!

Yeah… scantily clad women shirt? That’s not a cool shirt to celebrate the European Space Agency‘s (ESA) Rosetta Project.  But fear not, uncool shirt wearer! We have found you 5 cool top alternatives!

1. When you absolutely must have a Hawaiian shirt for your space project! An out-of-this world option from High Seas Trading Co.!

2. Want a lady on your shirt?  Go with Ada Lovelace! Brought to you by Amorphia Apparel.

3. Are you a self-deprecating engineer? Poke fun at yourself with this Zazzle offering!

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4. “How did you get a spacecraft on a comet?” <- Answer that question with this ThinkGeek t-shirt!

5. Going to use the “royal we” to announce landing a spacecraft on a comet? Then dress like royalty with the help of HerUniverse!

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Featured image from JHil

 

drrubidium

drrubidium

DrRubidium is an analytical chemist that spends her days finding needles in needlestacks. Also a science communicator, she focuses on the the science behind everyday stuff and pop culture.

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5 Comments

  1. November 12, 2014 at 10:25 pm —

    Drrubidium,

    I really like that first shirt, the one with the galaxies on it.

  2. November 12, 2014 at 11:22 pm —

    Not quite so much attention as for landing a spaceship on a comet, and understandably so, but I just defended my dissertation yesterday, and I wore my Surly-Ramics tie clip with a multipolar cell design. So that’s an option too.

    I can plug Surly-Ramics here, right?

  3. November 13, 2014 at 7:02 am —

    Engineer? Oh, burn, poor Matt…

    I’m not going to defend his choice of shirt, but his ink is awesome.

  4. November 14, 2014 at 1:02 pm —

    I like Princess Leia’s frybread hair.

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