Shopping Cart (0 items)
View Cart (0 items)
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Flash Sale: 30% OFF SITEWIDE   |   50% Off Business Cards   |   Use Code: FLASH30TODAY   |   ENDS at 1pm TODAY   See Details
Loading...

Spitzer Space Telescope Decals For NOOK

$35.40

per zazzle skin

Qty:
1
zazzle skin
30% off with code FLASH30TODAY
  • Product
    Product
  • Product
    Product
Sold out
Sorry, this Model is temporarily sold out. Please select another Device or Brand.
Sorry, this Model is temporarily sold out.
Designed for youby NASA_and_Beyond
Flash Sale: 30% OFF SITEWIDE   |   50% Off Business Cards   |   Use Code: FLASH30TODAY   |   ENDS at 1pm TODAY   See Details
  • Sold by
About this product
Model: Barnes & Noble NOOK (Wi-Fi/3G + Wi-Fi)

Express your personal style and defend your device with a custom Barnes & Noble NOOK (Wi-Fi/3G + Wi-Fi) skin! Made of ultrathin and super-durable 3M vinyl, Zazzle Barnes & Noble NOOK (Wi-Fi/3G + Wi-Fi) skins feature patented air release technology for a smooth, zero-bubble surface that protects your device from everyday scratches and scuffs without adding bulk. Printed and laminated with the highest quality standards and precision fitted for your Barnes & Noble NOOK (Wi-Fi/3G + Wi-Fi), this custom skin will look sharp and brilliant with your designs, photos, and text.

  • Made in the USA - 3M vinyl featuring patented air release technology.
  • No bulk – Seamlessly integrates with all cases, docks, arm bands, and bags.
  • Super tough, laminated skins protects device from scratches.
  • Easy peel on and off. No sticky residue.
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
About this design
available on or 80 products
Spitzer Space Telescope Decals For NOOK
The Spitzer Space Telescope (SST), formerly the Space Infrared Telescope Facility (SIRTF) is an infrared space observatory launched in 2003. It is the fourth and final of the NASA Great Observatories program. The planned mission period was to be 2.5 years with a pre-launch expectation that the mission could extend to five or slightly more years until the onboard liquid helium supply was exhausted. This occurred on 15 May 2009. Without liquid helium to cool the telescope to the very cold temperatures needed to operate, most of the instruments are no longer usable. However, the two shortest wavelength modules of the IRAC camera are still operable with the same sensitivity as before the cryogen was exhausted, and will continue to be used in the Spitzer Warm Mission. In keeping with NASA tradition, the telescope was renamed after its successful demonstration of operation, on December 18, 2003. Unlike most telescopes which are named after famous deceased astronomers by a board of scientists, the new name for SIRTF was obtained from a contest open to the general public. Questions? Comments? We're officially licensed by NASA ... so we do special orders and customization and its always free. Whether its the NASA, ESA or JPL logo on the back or shirt or inside a card, we add these at no additional cost.
Reviews
There are no reviews for this product yet.
Have you purchased this product? Write a review!
Loading...