Satellite

Men
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Design
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Front
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Back
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Right
Satellite - Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Left
Satellite
Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Normal fit
Classic cut t-shirt for men, 100% cotton. Brand: Spreadshirt
£18.99
incl. VAT (EU).
royal blue
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Description
Men’s Premium T-Shirt
Normal fit
  • Classic cut t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton. Brand: Spreadshirt
The Spreadshirt Collection stands for best-possible print results on top-quality products A huge range of sizes makes sure that our gear fits everyone, big and small alike. What’s more, the Premium T-Shirt offers an sheer infinite choice of combination opportunity with other items.
  • Comes highly recommended! Top quality and supreme print results with all print methods
  • Consistent colours in all sizes for men, women and children
  • Fair and sustainable
  • Durable fabrics. 150g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton (charcoal: 50% cotton, 50% polyester, heather blue: 50% cotton, 50% polyester, heather grey: 85% cotton, 15% rayon)

Please note: Our Premium T-shirt comes with a colour contrasting neckband now. Depending on the availability, your order my contain tees with or without the colourful neckband.
Size chart
A (inch)
B (inch)
S
27.95
17.91
M
28.94
20.08
L
29.92
22.05
XL
30.91
24.02
XXL
31.5
26.38
3XL
32.87
27.95
4XL
33.86
29.92
5XL
34.84
31.89

Design Details

Satellite
In the context of spaceflight, a satellite is an object which has been placed into orbit by human endeavour. Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as the Moon. History's first artificial satellite, the Sputnik 1, was launched by the Soviet Union in 1957. Since then, thousands of satellites have been launched into orbit around the Earth; including The Prospero satellite, also known as X-3. This satellite was launched by the United Kingdom in 1971. It was designed to undertake a series of experiments studying the effects of the space environment. It is the only British satellite to be successfully launched by a British rocket; it was launched in October 1971, remained operational until 1973, and was contacted annually for over a quarter century after that.