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Kosmonaut Laptop Cases

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Officially licensed kosmonaut merch.

Tags: electro, synth, edm, ambient, rock

KOSMONAUT Laptop Case

by Belgi
$36
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NASA Space Agency Ultra-Vintage

Tags: usa, science, scientific, investigation, universe

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Officially licensed kosmonaut merch.

Tags: synthesizer, electro, synth, electronica, dubstep

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Read me a nice story papa bear

Tags: baby, pink, book, animals, cute

Papa bear Laptop Case

by Kosmonaut
$36
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Little Rocket Man wants to play with matches...

Tags: little, tyrant, funny, smile, rockets

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There's something fishy here partner.

Tags: nintendo, classic, megaman, video-games, cuphead-and-mugman

Cup... man? Laptop Case

by Kosmonaut
$36
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MEEOOOWWWRRGHHH

Tags: vintage, pastels, fight, kitty, roller-skates

Cat Fight!! Laptop Case

by Kosmonaut
$36
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Watch your eyeballs

Tags: graphic, bad-day, superstitious, ca, kitten

Bad Luck Kitty Laptop Case

by Kosmonaut
$36
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Where would your house be in this town?

Tags: movies, comics, superheroes, tv, star-wars

Geek Town Laptop Case

by Kosmonaut
$36

Tags: nasa, space-race, fishing, kosmonaut, moon

moon fishing Laptop Case

by padangs
$36
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An interpretation of the NASA logo rendered in high-res using 3D assets.

Tags: kosmonaut, usa, sol, exploration, science

NASA 3D Laptop Case

by CCDesign
$36

Tags: space-race, kosmonaut, cosmonaut, astronaut, nasa

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CCCP Yuri Gagarin 1961

Tags: soviet-union, cold-war, yuri-gagarin, communism, russia

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Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin was a Russian Soviet pilot and cosmonaut. He was the first human to journey into outer space, when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961.

Tags: soviet-union, cold-war, yuri-gagarin, rocket, communism

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Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky (Russian: Константи́н Эдуа́рдович Циолко́вский; IPA: [kənstɐnʲˈtʲin ɪdʊˈardəvʲɪtɕ tsɨɐlˈkofskʲɪj] ( listen); Polish: Konstanty Ciołkowski; 17 September [O.S. 5 September] 1857 – 19 September 1935) was a Russian and Soviet rocket scientist and pioneer of the astronautic theory. Along with the German Hermann Oberth and the American Robert H. Goddard, he is considered to be one of the founding fathers of rocketry and astronautics.[1] His works later inspired leading Soviet rocket engineers such as Sergei Korolev and Valentin Glushko and contributed to the success of the Soviet space program. Tsiolkovsky spent most of his life in a log house on the outskirts of Kaluga, about 200 km (120 mi) southwest of Moscow. A recluse by nature, he appeared strange and bizarre to his fellow townsfolk.[2] (Wikipedia)

Tags: cccp, rockets, rocket, orbits, retro

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CCCP Rocket bypah 8 vintage Emblem, Design inspired on commemorative badges of CCCP Space Exploration Programs.

Tags: urss, urrs, russian, russia, soviet

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Molniya (Russian: Молния; IPA: [ˈmolnʲɪjə] ( listen), "Lightning") was a military communications satellite system used by the Soviet Union. The satellites were placed into highly eccentric elliptical orbits known as Molniya orbits, characterised by an inclination of +63.4 degrees and a period of around 12 hours. Such orbits allowed them to remain visible to sites in polar regions for extended periods, unlike geostationary satellites in geosynchronous orbits with a 24-hour orbital period.[1] The Molniya program was authorized by a government decree in late 1960. The first launch took place on June 4, 1964 and ended in failure when the 8K78 booster core stage lost thrust 287 seconds into launch due to a jammed servo motor. The next attempt was on August 22 and reached orbit successfully, but the parabolic communications antennas did not properly deploy due to a design flaw in the release mechanism. Publicly referred to as Kosmos 41, it nonetheless operated for nine months. The first operational satellite, Molniya 1-01, was successfully launched on April 23, 1965. Since October 1967, Molniya satellites have been used by Russia to broadcast their national Orbita television network.

Tags: cccp, molniya, satellite, rockets, rocket

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This commemorative emblem is to celebrate that Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses.

Tags: sputnik, sputnik-1, artificial-earth-satellite, first-satellite, earth-satellite

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Retro Futuristic Designs inspired on commemorative badges of CCCP Space Exploration Programs.

Tags: rockets, rocket, orbits, orbit, vintage

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This commemorative emblem is to celebrate that Sputnik 1 was the first artificial Earth satellite. The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses.

Tags: rockets, rocket, orbits, orbit, vintage

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Retro Futuristic Designs inspired on commemorative badges of CCCP Space Exploration Programs.

Tags: rockets, rocket, orbits, orbit, vintage

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Retro Futuristic Designs inspired on commemorative badges of CCCP Space Exploration Programs.

Tags: ussr, urss, urrs, russian, russia

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Retro Futuristic Designs inspired on commemorative badges of CCCP Space Exploration Programs.

Tags: rockets, rocket, orbits, orbit, vintage

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