Put Your Name Into Space: America's Most Ambitious Student Satellite is Your Canvas!

Status Report From: Mars Gravity Biosatellite program
Posted: Monday, November 6, 2006


In 2010, a small unmanned research spacecraft designed by students will launch into Earth's orbit. The science on board will help pave the way for humankind to explore our solar system. We invite you to participate in this landmark mission by uploading content to be printed on our spacecraft.

Use your "space in space" to fly your name, signature, corporate logo, photograph, or other MIT-approved imagery.

Your tax-deductible transaction will support America's most ambitious student spacecraft, an initiative of MIT and Georgia Tech.

Choose a location on the outside of the spacecraft and get pictures of your content photographed in space. Choose a location inside the return vehicle, and after five weeks in orbit we'll return to you the actual piece of spacecraft hardware which carried your image into orbit.

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