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OK, Who Wants To See An Actual TARDIS In Space?

It’s totally possible, thanks to Kickstarter.

1. A Kickstarter project aims to send a replica TARDIS into Low Earth Orbit to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

The blueprint for the TARDIS.

2. Measuring 1 ft tall, and made from light weight aluminum, the TARDIS has a functioning light - which means that could be a TARDIS with a blinking light orbiting the earth.

The motherboard inside the TARDIS.

3. The craft will contain a GoPro camera (recharged by solar panels) which can take pictures of Earth from orbit.

A test launch of the TARDIS.

They need $33,000 to make it happen. To find out more, and to donate to the project, visit Kickstarter.

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