Space, science, IT and maths-themed gear designed by me (FrontierMM) & available on RedBubble.com
The old phrase of “I remember when…” can readily be applied to the solar system. For example, “I remember when Pluto was a planet”. This T-shirt make bring back memories of “I remember when Jupiter had 13 moons” (which was as late as 1979 btw). Now the count is 67 as celebrated in this T-shirt.
The full list of moons as appearing on the shirt is: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Amalthea, Himalia, Elara, Pasiphae, Sinope, Lysithea, Carme, Ananke, Leda, Themisto, Metis, Adrastea, Thebe, Callirrhoe, S/2000 J 11, Iocaste, Praxidike, Harpalyke, Taygete, Chaldene, Erinome, Kalyke, Isonoe, Megaclite, Euporie, Euanthe, Orthosie, Hermippe, Thyone, Aitne, Kale, Eurydome, Pasithee, Arche, Sponde, Autonoe, Carpo, S/2003 J 12, S/2003 J 3, S/2003 J 18, Thelxinoe, Helike, S/2003 J 16, Mneme, Herse, S/2003 J 19, S/2003 J 15, S/2003 J 10, Aoede, Kallichore, Kore, Cyllene, Eukelade, S/2003 J 4, Hegemone, S/2003 J 9, S/2003 J 5, S/2003 J 2, S/2003 J 23, S/2010 J 2, S/2010 J 1, S/2011 J 1, S/2011 J 2
The link to Redbubble: Moons of Jupiter T-shirt
It’s uncommon good fortune to find yourself alive on a “mostly harmless” world in an enlightened age where so many big questions are answered. The meaning of life, the universe and everything is, of course, said to be 42. Deep Thought took a mere 7.5 million years to come up with the answer, gently forewarning us we wouldn’t like the answer and to truly appreciate it we need to ask the right question. Which is where this T-shirt comes in.
The slightly disturbing and infinite grace of Pi is excellent T-shirt inspiration, but is that outward-facing data advancing your own knowledge? No! Here is the answer – Pi to 100 places upside-down. That means without having to mangle your shirt you can quickly lift the hem and do some quick revision. And the next time you take a moment of head-down contemplation or a micro-nap at your desk be assured that this T-shirt will protect from all accusations of goofing, dozing or navel-gazing. “Oh no,” you can indignantly reply as you’re roused from your head-down position, “I was studying the 55th to 60th places of Pi!”
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Apologies to fans of The Exorcist for stealing their line for T-shirt, but if we’re talking about being constantly compelled then all bow to physics. The three paragraphs of text are the original three laws of Motion as written by Sir Isaac Newton translated as closely as possible from the original Latin text. And as none can escape the laws of motion (at least in the everyday human-scale world), the quote seems a perfect fit.
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