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Historic Robotic Spacecraft Poster Series

A project in Brooklyn, NY by Chop Shop

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Three screen-printed posters celebrating the most popular and most notable interplanetary robotic space missions.
Backers: 489
Average Pledge Per Backer: $80

Funded: $39,131 of $12,000
Dates: Oct 3rd -> Nov 12th (41 days)
Project By: Chop Shop
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Latest News

Beyond Words

November 12th - via:
We just blasted through the 3rd and final stretch goal.  Poster #6: The Planetary SocietyWhile the society may not be a robotic spacecraft, it can be assumed that many of these missions we know and love would never have existed without the efforts... (Read More)

Poster #5: A Sputnik Rough

November 12th - via:
Poster #5 Rough: Sputnik What a last five days it has been. I was on a previously scheduled trip and so my ability to react to these goals being met have been limited. I am not accustomed to doing sketches on an airplane and making them public, but... (Read More)

WOW. Stretch Goal Achieved: Sputnik

November 11th - via:
Poster #5: Sputnik This is so unexpected. I am traveling today, otherwise I would be working feverishly on a sketch to post with this update. I hardly expected to make one of these goals, but to make both stretch goals inside of 48 hours is... (Read More)

Stretch Goal Achieved: Mars Exploration Rovers

November 10th - via:
We had quite a day yesterday, as far as I can tell it was all due to this tweet: Final Curiosity design revealed by @chopshopstore. Still time to back it: — Planetary Society (@exploreplanets) Going into the last 4 days it was... (Read More)

Rewards: The T-Shirts

October 31st - via:
We thought we might do a little update on the tees we’re offering in our campaign. We just added the design “You Are the Sun” as a potential reward in two different levels because we nearly sold out of them at this year’s Comic Con and are... (Read More)

Poster #3: Mars Curiosity Rover

October 30th - via:
Selected as the third most popular robotic mission in our Planetary Society poll, Curiosity is the final in our our series of three posters…. Unless we reach our stretch goals. Poster #3: Curiosity (Mars Science Lab) Curiosity has been roving the... (Read More)

Poster #2: Cassini and Huygens

October 20th - via:
Earlier than expected. Cassini has been named the second most popular mission by The Planetary Society poll and therefore is now poster #2 for your consideration.  Poster #2: Cassini / Huygens Cassini as noted earlier has been in orbit around Saturn... (Read More)

Poll Results and Posters #2 and #3 Announced!

October 16th - via:
The poll is complete and the most popular robotic spacecraft in history have been selected. Thanks to the efforts by The Planetary Society, I do believe this marks the first time anyone has ever polled the public on such a question.   The Voyager... (Read More)

Awesome Stuff: Great Graphics

October 4th - via:
My mind has been taken up by a lot of design projects lately, so for this week's awesome stuff we're looking at some excellent graphic design from the world of crowdfunding. (Read More)

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