Top Secret Custom iPad Protection from Speck and Apollo 15!

Posted: November 30th, 2010 in merch, Moon, NASA, secrecy, space, UFO sightings
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Let this custom Speck case and Apollo 15’s notorious Top Secret Shot protect your iPad from the rigors of reality.

just what did the crew see, anyway?
I really want to know, but I doubt any of us ever will.

This is the mysterious “final” frame from film magazine 83… the very existence of which was totally suppressed by NASA for over 30  long years.

This is image number AS15-83-11234, taken from inside either the LEM or the Command module, no one’s really sure about that. And no one’s talking.

No one knows just what this image shows, (except the crew and NASA), but I have a feeling that this was an exceptionally intense encounter with something quite terrifying and almost completely inexplicable.

Learn what’s known of this exceptionally bizarre incident by reading my earlier post about this strange encounter, which has some great commentary from LunaCognita providing even more vital information.

Enhancement by yours truly back in April 2010, using a 9 layer image stack to get the most detail out of those freaky deaky streamers.

Share this previously classified image with the world while treating your iPad to some serious Speck protection.

Catch all my designs at High Strangeness Art.

A word about the case itself…

Combining luxury with uncompromised protection, this sleek hard plastic case is covered with an easy-to-grip fabric, richly printed with your favorite design. The first of its kind to be offered anywhere, this lightweight and durable custom case allows optimal access to all of the sensors, ports and controls on your iPad, while offering superior comfort in-hand.

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Comments
  1. Hi Iggy.The astronauts had some pretty amazing experiences out there, that in many cases changed their perspectives on life, e.g. Edgar Mitchell. I’ve got a friend who is a real NASA/space programme buff. He’s visited NASA many times and met many of the people there including some astronauts. I will flick this past him. I’m very curious to see what he has to say.
    Cheers
    Anthony

    • iggymak says:

      Indeed! Dr. Mitchell’s life was changed for the better, but I think for Armstrong, Collins and maybe for a few others it was a change for the worse and that makes me sad.

      I’m curious as to what your bud says, too, the lucky stiff, meeting astronauts… keep us posted! Does he know about the Navy Space Command? (That’s the real space program!)

      Thanks, Anthony!

      Peace, man.

      Iggy

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