Apollo 11 Source Code Scarf. Silkscreened Linen weave pashmina
Apollo 11 Source Code Scarf. Learn rocket science just by looking at your scarf. Recently made public on Github, we've printed a layered illustration that's an excerpt from the Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code, code used to program the NASA Command and Lunar Modules: "LUNAR_AND_SOLAR_EPHEMERIDES_SUBROUTINES."
• Pattern: Layered Apollo 11 source code
• Fabric: Viscose (modal linen). Vegan safe.
• Texture: Woven linen-like.
• Weight: Perfect for all seasons.
• Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
• Scarf size: 74" x 28" with 3" tassels on both ends.
• Print size: 25" x 18" at one end.
• Care: Hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry.
• Creases and folds? Iron high.
Women code! On July 20, 1969 the Apollo 11 astronauts succeeded in their goal, landing with near-flawless precision. Shortly after, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took humanity's first historic steps on another world. And if you aren't aware, Margaret Hamilton is the engineer who got us there. She took humanity to the Moon.
Shown in photos: Chartreuse on black; ice on black; black on silver. Hand printed in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio.
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