Well, sort of. Let me explain.

A good friend of mine is a mechanical engineer here at BYU. He's a genius.

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He's also part of a NASA-sponsored team designing two CubeSats (little cube satellites that are 10cm x 10cm x 10cm) that they are sending to space in 2018. On a rocket. If the rocket doesn't explode, they're going to release these bad boys into orbit. Each side of the cube has a camera attached, which will take some pretty awesome 360-degree photos.

 
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For someone who isn't really scientific at all, its equal parts fascinating and puzzling. But if there's one thing I know, it's this:

Every space mission needs these two things.

1) A logo.

2) A mission patch.

This is where I come in. I designed not only the logo for the group but also a patch given to all who participated.

 
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Not the most impressive design, but whatever. It's going to SPACE

(And in case you need further proof that it actually is going to space....)

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Mark your calendars for the launch day!

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If you want to learn more, check out their website.