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$1,482 pledged of $4,000 goal
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A Quarter of the Way!

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Thank you so much for your support! We're thrilled that you've gotten us to 25% of our goal, and extra thanks to Jonathan M. for pushing us over the first major hill. We still need your help getting the word out, so please tell your friends and coworkers about this project. Share the project on Facebook, tweet about it on twitter, shout about it in the streets! If you have a blog, post about this project and we'll give you a shout-out on our website. We need all the momentum we can get to make it to our goal by April 21st (which, by no coincidence at all, is Lauren's birthday).

Even if each one of you gets a single friend to back at the $2 level, we will have twice as many people supporting our project and spreading the word! That raises our visibility and helps us reach even more people. If anyone you know collects postcards (one of Lauren's favorite hobbies), let them know that we would love pen pals after this campaign and that the Thank You postcard will be awesome and unique to this project :)

Please also tell your local independent bookstores and any science teachers you know about us, they can always contact us for more information about those bulk rewards.

Additionally, here are two images you can use as avatars on Kickstarter and elsewhere. Thank you so much for taking us this far:

THANK YOU!
Doug and Lauren

P.S. Thanks also to the wonderful people of Kickstarter for honoring us with staff pick!

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    1. Lauren Woolsey 2-time creator
      Superbacker
      on April 3, 2014

      Speaking of quarters, did you know that if you shrank the Sun down to the size of a quarter, the nearest star would be 410 miles away?

      Voyager 1 would only be a few tenths of a mile distant...more on Voyager's relative accomplishment at http://lnwoolsey.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/sphere-of-influence/ :)