Cosmic Coffee Mug Set of 2

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Cosmic Coffee Mug Set of 2

28.00

12 oz black ceramic mug

Dishwasher safe

Permanently laser engraved

Original artwork. Set includes two designs of your choice (can be 2 of the same design).

Ships USPS Priority Flat Rate Medium Box, domestic.

Design 1:
Design 2:
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These original Donna Diddit designs are permanently laser engraved onto the 12 oz mugs.
Choose two of the following designs from the drop down menu:

COSMIC COFFEE 97% DARK BLEND: Dark matter and energy is thought to comprise 97% of our universe. Ponder that while sipping 100% of your beverage of choice 

COSMIC COFFEE THE ONLY THING KEEPING YOU UP:Imagine you are in space, cruising the verse and someone casually asks "what's up?" You're going to need to check your XYZ axis to respond. This original Donna Diddit design is adapted from an illustration in NASA's Apollo Lunar Mission documentation.

KEEP LOOKING UP & STAY CURIOUS: Cosmic Coffee mugs were inspired in part by the popular podcast Star Talk Radio and Neil DeGrasse Tyson which got me through many commuting miles in the mountains of Colorado, partially by my greyhound Juno (AKA The Donna Diddit Shop Foreman), and another part inspired by my curiosity for our universe. Stay curious, fellow universe dwellers!

SgrA*- SgrA* may be hard to know, but this profile helps to demystify some of its personality. SgrA* takes its coffee with... everything. Sagittarius A* (pronounced Sagittarius A Star, commonly shortened to SgrA*) is the supermassive black hole in the Milky Way galaxy. This original Donna Diddit design is inspired to look like a popular social media profile showcasing SgrA* details in a fun light (no light?)

E PUR SI MUOVE... BUT NOT BEFORE THE FIRST CUP OF COFFEE- "E pur si muove" was reputedly Galileo Galilei's sullen retort to the 17th century Inquisition which denounced his work 'De revolutionibus orbium coelestium' supporting a heliocentric model of the solar system and incarcerated him for... well, long enough to lose sight in one eye and then the other. I've taken the liberty of adding "But not before the first cup of coffee" as a cosmological constant.