Who doesn't love Star Wars or the moon? Let's combine them with a Moon Deathstar.
The moon has been a source of mystery for man for millennia;
The moon is "tidally locked" to Earth, meaning only one hemisphere faces us, so we on Earth never get to see the proverbial "dark side of the moon." (Not dark, just always facing away from the Earth.)
At a quarter of the diameter and more than 1 percent of Earth's mass, our moon is a hefty one: the fifth largest natural satellite in the solar system, and the biggest compared with its host body.
When the Apollo 12 experiment of crashing an empty 2.5 ton ascent stage of the lunar module onto the lunar surface, an astonishing phenomenon resulted; the moon rang like a bell for nearly an hour prompting speculation of an underground structure, or of a hollow moon. According to Ken Johnson, supervisor of the data and photo control department, the Moon not only rang like a bell but the whole Moon “wobbled” in such a precise way that it was “almost as though it had gigantic hydraulic damper struts inside it.
In the 1970’s, Mikhail Vasin and Alexander Shcerbakov from the Soviet Academy of Science wrote an article called: “Is the Moon the creation of Alien Intelligence?”
It was a very interesting article that asked some important questions. How is it possible that the surface of the moon is so hard and why does it contain minerals like Titanium? Mysteriously there are some lunar rocks that have been found to contain PROCESSED METALS such as Brass, the elements of Uranium 236 and Neptunium 237 that have NEVER been found to occur naturally. Yet there are traces of them on the Moon. Uranium 236 is a radioactive nuclear waste which is found in spent nuclear and reprocessed Uranium. More interestingly, Neptunium 237 is a radioactive metallic element and a by-product of nuclear reactors and the production of Plutonium. You have to ask the question: What is happening on Earth’s Moon? From where do these elements and minerals come from?
Could the moon be a moonbase? For who?
The back also features our extruded neo-gothic defy logo as a printed outside label.
One of the softest, smoothest, best-looking women’s t-shirts out there.
• 100% fine jersey cotton
• Heather Grey is 90% cotton/10% polyester
• Durable rib neckband
• Made in the USA, sweatshop free
Imperial Size guide
|HSP* (inches)||26||26 ½||27 ⅛||27 ¾||28 ⅞|
|Chest Width (inches)||15 ½||16 ½||17 ¾||19||20 ½|
The above measurements are in inches. Margin of error +/- 1 in.
Metric Size guide
|Chest Width (cm)||39||42||45||48||52|
The above measurements are in centimeters. Margin of error +/- 3cm.
HSP*: Measurement from the highest shoulder point (HSP) at top of the shoulder seam by neckband down to the bottom hem.