Orbital debris simulator

Orbital Debris Simulator describes the phenomena of “space junk” in the Earth’s orbit, showing points of interest between the moon and the Earth, such as geosynchonous orbit, medium Earth orbit, and the International Space Station. Images of space toys—spaceships and action figures from various science fiction “universes” as well as replicas of actual spacecraft—are used as stand-ins for the orbital debris itself. The book is screen- and letterpress-printed and viewable in 3D with enclosed anaglyph glasses.

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Price: $600



Swarthmore College, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Delaware, Yale University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Indiana University, Wesleyan University, University of Michigan, Temple University Libraries, Library of Congress

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