Orion Nebula -
Cotton Jersey - Singularity Shirt
(One Leg Hole )
The Pawsmonaut space station satellite returned from the Orion nebula with some intriguing images. Is that a cat I see hidden in the clouds of gas and dust?
This Sphynx tee features a print of a nebula reminiscent of Orion in hues of electric blue, deep ocean, turquoise and teal on a midnight navy background with a sprinkling of white stars.
The body of this shirt is made of touchably soft, comfortable t-shirt worthy cotton spandex jersey material. The trim is made of heavenly soft cotton stretch jersey in in your choice of solid black, pink, red or sky blue.
*please note: pics of the sample on the cat are of the binary style
Space fact: A cat in Orion?
this animal-themed shape belongs to a dark nebula, a dense cloud of gas and dust in the constellation of Orion, the Hunter, with the cat’s nose (or fox’s eye) corresponding to the Orion Nebula Cluster, a star cluster near the famous Orion Nebula, M42. The image is based on data from the first release of ESA’s Gaia satellite, and shows the density of stars observed while scanning that region of the sky.
While this particular nebula is not visible to the naked eye, similar clouds can be seen against the bright background of the Milky Way from dark locations in the southern hemisphere. Finding shapes in these dark nebulas is part of the astronomical tradition of various cultures, from South America to Australia, that include ‘dark cloud constellations’ resembling a variety of creatures in their firmaments.