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Posted on July 1st, 2014

Free For All – Not Really

Make a fashion statement with this scarf. It is printed with the image of RS Puppis so you will be sure to share your nerdy love of space with all passer-byes. (Credit: Slow Factory)

So this month’s Free For All isn’t exactly free, let’s just say the knowledge is free and I’m sharing it with you. As you may know, I love space, possibly because we live in space which sort of makes it our home. Thanks to Slow Factory you can now wear some of your favorite Earth and space images taken from sensors like Terra, Aqua, WISE and Hubble! Slow Factory has taken images of nebula and star clusters and turned them into both opaque and transparent scarves. The images of Earth, from sea ice to Greenland, are printed on scarves, dresses and tops. So show your love of Mother Earth and Father Sky, lose the retro tank top and don a little science and technology!

Thanks to Phil Plait for alerting me to this awesome company.

Katie Nelson
Geospatial Ninja
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