My God, it's full of stars!

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My God, it's full of stars! by quick-brown-fox on Threadless
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quick-brown-fox
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I've always been awe inspired by space and the planets. Growing up around Star Wars, Space 1999, 2001, Aliens etc always made me look up to the skies at the planets. I was watching a really great documentary on Saturn the other night, and this idea came to me. Simple, but kinda cool. Well I think so anyway!

Bio-bot 9000
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Pluto still exists, man!

Not a big fan of the super glow stars.

quick-brown-fox
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And so does Ceres, Haumea, Makemake and Eris. I left off the dwarf planets. Sorry you don't like the stars, but thanks for stopping by.

YaaH
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tfsr

Maybe if there was an itty bitty little Pluto somewhere? Nice work, though.

bwoodard

good job

mindperson

yes i agree with tfsr, maybe put a little nod to poor pluto even if it's not a planet anymore.
very nice clean design just the same.

FRICKINAWESOME
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What Khol pointed to.

quick-brown-fox
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Well maybe if it gets printed they'll let me stick pluto on the back! Not too concerned about what Khol pointed to, especially if Threadless aren't. The original thought came from the Beatles John& Paul& George& Ringo tee, if anyone knows that?
Thanks for all your comments.

tracerbullet
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i think you mean:

Sun
Hermes
Aphrodite
Earth
Ares
Zeus
Cronus
Uranus
Poseidon

You Roman poser.

tracerbullet
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you are correct

quick-brown-fox
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Here's the official word on Pluto.

On August 24, 2006, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) defined the term "planet" for the first time. This definition excluded Pluto as a planet, and added it as a member of the new category "dwarf planet" along with Eris and Ceres.

However, here's a version of it with Pluto for everyone who misses it!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/48589627@N03/4449625385/

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