A soft grey t-shirt featuring Johannes Kepler’s depiction of the motions of Mars between 1580 and 1596 - as they would have to be if it was a geocentric universe. The woodcut is from his Astronomia Nova (1609).
Also available in other styles and shapes.
100% cotton long-sleeved t-shirt.
Dark grey t-shirt, printed in white.
Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do not iron text/images.
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