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Planetary Atlas Collection

A project in Kirkland, WA by Eian Ray

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Atlases of Mars, Mercury & Earth's Moon
Backers: 216
Average Pledge Per Backer: $203

Funded: $43,781 of $12,500
Dates: May 18th -> Jun 22nd (35 days)
Project By: Eian Ray
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Latest News

The Finish Lap

June 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Well folks, we’re nearly there! Thanks to you we significantly exceeded our goal and are on our way to breaking $40k! We’ve finished up the poster, atlas, and sticker designs and have begun placing orders so that we can begin shipping to our... (Read More)

New Add-on! — We heard you loud and clear!

June 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
We're announcing the addition of a new add-on!  Due to popular request by the Kickstarter community (you), The Mars Atlas (2nd Ed.) can now be added to your order as a standalone item. With the success of our first campaign promoting a single atlas,... (Read More)

UPDATE 2.0 — Your enthusiasm is inspiring!

May 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Well folks, we’ve cleared 250% of our campaign goal! Thanks to everyone’s enthusiasm for space exploration and the Planetary Atlas Collection, we’re already at nearly 400 atlases! At that rate we’ll quickly eclipse the number of atlases... (Read More)

UPDATE 1.1 — We Reached Our Campaign Goal

May 19th - via: kickstarter.com
“Exploration is in our nature. We began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still. We have lingered long enough on the shores of the cosmic ocean. We are ready at last to set sail for the stars.”― Carl Sagan, Cosmos We launched this new... (Read More)

UPDATE 1.0 — Projects We Love

May 19th - via: kickstarter.com
UPDATE 1.0 — Projects We Love On the topic of space travel, one of humanity's greatest visionary thinkers and theoretical physicists Stephen Hawking said, “Humans are an adventurous species. We like to explore and are inspired by journeys to the... (Read More)

Planetary Atlas Collection: A Kickstarter Campaign that Promotes Space Exploration for Everyone

May 19th - via: spacedaily.com
Recent years have validated the adventurous nature of species with an upward trend in volume, variety and velocity of information dedicated to our future in space. The question is, where does information end up and how can we use it to inspire everyday people? A newly launched Kickstarter Campaign seeks to drive an increase in space exploration enthusiasm among non-experts and experts alike with their Planetary Atlas Collection of Earth's Moon, Mercury, and Mars. (Read More)

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