Alpha Neon in Rubber Relief T-shirt for Women
Spell out your support for Thomas Pesquet’s Alpha mission with this vibrant design of the mission patch colours.
The Alpha mission will be ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet’s second mission on board the International Space Station. He will be the first French astronaut to fly on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft. Alpha is named after the closest stellar system to Earth, Alpha Centauri. The design of the patch highlights the colours of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as well as the French flag colours at the top. In addition, the 10 stars sparkling in the background represent both the Centaurus constellation and the number of French citizens who have flown to space.
THE ESA ACRONYM AND LOGO ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF THE EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY. NEITHER ESA NOR ESA ASTRONAUTS RECEIVE ANY FINANCIAL CONSIDERATION FROM THE ESA SPACE SHOP.
Rubber relief transfer printing.
All apparel items are made-to-order and printed/embroidered by hand in Italy, with thorough quality control checks.
|Material||100% organic combed ring-spun cotton|
|Fit||Men's crew neck and women's scoop neck styles|
|Care instructions||The first wash should be in cold water and put on a low spin cycle. After that, wash at a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) using a low spin cycle with a maximum of 600 RPM. Always wash with similar colours. Wash and iron your items inside out. Sometimes our printing press leaves a light halo, which will fade away after 1-2 washes. Air dry only.|
As all apparel items are made-to-order, processing and delivery times can take up to 14 working days. We rely on international couriers (BRT and DHL) which guarantee delivery in 2-3 working days from shipment. Please note that deliveries outside the EU may take slightly longer.
Return requests are accepted within 14 working days of receiving your order. Please fill out the return form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to complete your request. All items must be in their original condition to be accepted.