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Are you a NASA die-hard? Are you always the first one to share cool space facts and universe trivia? If so, Redwolf's NASA Space Explorer 1958 T-shirt is for you! This unique tee lets your geeky side show with its vintage tribute to the rocket that launched America into the space age: Explorer 1. Launched on January 31, 1958, by the U.S. Army Ballistic Missile Agency, JPL’s Explorer 1 revolved around Earth in a looping orbit as close as 220 miles and as far as 1563 miles away.
Not only will you look super cool in this homage to space exploration, but the conversation starter potential is out of this world! From learning more about space travel to bonding with like-minded individuals over your shared interest in NASA history, you’ll be able to do it all in style with Redwolf’s NASA Space Explorer 1958 T-shirt.
So what are you waiting for? Grab yours now and join us as we honor our history of planetary pursuits!
*Officially Licensed NASA Merchandise
Abbreviated as NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is a brainchild of some bright minds of the United States. Headquartered in Washington D.C., it was formed on July 29, 1958 and has many centers spread across the States.
With e-books, podcasts, blogs, mission image galleries and much more, NASA gives it all to uphold its mission of being more than just a space agency.
NASA also has interesting coding games for aspiring young astronauts and scientists on their website, along with many educational resources available to all! Their motto is “At NASA, we make Air and Space available for everyone.” With a fiscal budget exceeding USD 22 billion, NASA utilizes the brains and intellect of its renowned scientists to make the impossible possible!