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We'll add a certificate of appreciation suitable for framing.
We are getting a high quality NASA style mission patch done for the ISEE-3 Reboot project. This will be sent to everyone who has given at the $100 level.
You'll also get a glossy photo of ISEE-3 signed by the participants in our project.
We'll send you a printout of the actual trajectory that we'll use to bring ISEE-3 back to Earth signed by the people who figured it all out.
We'll send you one of a limited number of copies of the Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 33 No. 3, July-September 1985 "Special Issue on the International Cometary Explorer Mission". ISEE-3 was re-designated as the International Cometary Explorer after its prime mission was completed. Each copy is signed by ICE/ISEE-3 trajectory designer Bob Farquhar.
We'll also send you a 3D-printed model of the ISEE-3/ICE spacecraft.
We will send you a signed, 8" x 10" limited edition print of ISEE-3 lunar flyby artwork specially commissioned and donated by a noted space artist (we'll update this shortly).
We will send you a larger (16" x 20") signed limited edition print of ISEE-3 lunar flyby artwork donated by a noted space artist (we'll update this shortly).
You will get a VIP tour of our tracking dish at Morehead State University from the team who is making this project possible. Travel expenses to/from Morehead State University and lodging not included.
We'll send you one of a limited number of ISEE-3 first day covers postmarked 20 Nov 1978 commemorating the "First Halo Orbiter of the Earth" signed by ISEE-3 trajectory designer Bob Farquhar.