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A set of 20 Solar System toy blocks. featuring 8 planets, 8 moons, 3 dwarf planets and just one star.
A set of 20 Solar System toy blocks. featuring 8 planets, 8 moons, 3 dwarf planets and just one star.
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Planetary Blocks: Our Solar System

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There ARE more than just eight PLANETS.

Yes we love Pluto, too, but why do we put all the focus on these particular eight bodies simply because they orbit the Sun? With all due respect to Copernicus, we would like to propose a whole new way of looking at our local celestial neighborhood… 

Introducing the 20 WORLDS* of our Solar System! 

*Okay, so it's technically 19 worlds and a star, but we really like round numbers. 

Prototype 3 (does not include debossed names or updated cores)
Prototype 3 (does not include debossed names or updated cores)

Amazingly, our Solar System has many worlds. We define a world as any place in the universe that is so impressive it beckons humans to explore it. We have collected 20 intriguing bodies from our local celestial neighborhood and transferred them onto 1.75" toy blocks! Our set includes eight planets, eight moons, three dwarf planets, and one star.


ACCURACY CAN BE FUN! 

We hesitate to call these toy blocks because they're designed for more than just kids. We think these celestial blocks have a little something for everyone! While toddlers will be drawn in by the art of each world, an older child will understand the relative sizes to one another and the vast distances between these worlds. But we hope the new data considerations on each block will have curious people of all ages contemplating our celestial neighborhood. 

Digital Mock-up of Prototype #5
Digital Mock-up of Prototype #5

Other faces at the blocks get at concepts that are still mysterious to professional planetary scientists. We can’t see what’s deep inside these worlds, but we can make educated, physics-based guesses as to what they’re made of. The gas giants are probably made of hydrogen so dense that it’s crushed into a metal! Ganymede probably has lots of layers of solid ice and liquid ocean! What other mysteries lurk inside? 


STRETCH GOAL ACHIEVED!

Every backer whose reward includes a full set of blocks will now get this addition to their reward. 

A pretty huge supplemental with more science!
A pretty huge supplemental with more science!

With only so much room on each block, we are excited to produce a foldout supplemental poster to expand on the research and data we used to create the set. While we are still hammering out some of the details, we're really happy with the top portion of the piece. It includes some information up top about how we selected the worlds included in the block set, resources behind the science, and the mission statement for The Planetary Society. Below the header, are all the scale sides of the blocks aligned.  

Placing Jupiter on the Expanded Scale Section of the Supplemental.
Placing Jupiter on the Expanded Scale Section of the Supplemental.

We are planning to make this thing pretty big, each of those squares is the same size as the blocks, so you will actually be able to place the blocks on the poster to line-up with the expanded view.


SCIENCE REVIEW 

All of the scientific data featured in this project has been researched by Emily Lakdawalla with fact-checking from Bruce Betts of The Planetary Society. Our knowledge of the Solar System is ever-evolving, so some of the concepts may be subject to change over time. But that’s a good thing, because it means humans are learning more about our solar system neighbors. 

If you want to know more, be sure to check out Emily’s deep dive on how the science was researched, how we selected our twenty and even her take on what a set of forty worlds would look like.


WE HAVE PROTOTYPES

We’ve been working on this for over a year and are further along in the process than one might expect. Not only has the art been completed and the science reviewed, but we have also produced several prototypes. You can see the third one at the top of this page with all 20 blocks laid out in a grid. We expect new prototypes by the end of May and pictures will be posted.


THE NAMES

The name side with debossed effect (digital mock)
The name side with debossed effect (digital mock)

Many names will be familiar like Earth, Mars, and the Moon, but there are some that are less well known—like Ganymede or Enceladus. We’ve included phonetics below each name to help. Then just to be cool, we etched the type out from the block set within a flood of color emblematic for that particular world (see detail above). Now that you know what it is, how much do you love debossed typography? 


APPEARANCE

Each block placed in order with the moons stacked (digital mock for prototype 5)
Each block placed in order with the moons stacked (digital mock for prototype 5)

This is the side that gets all the eyeballs. We have illustrated each body to include real features observed from the various missions that have explored them. Each is illustrated in our signature graphic style and composed of four or five colors, creating an idealized yet accurate interpretation of each world.


THE SCALE

Mars is about 1/3 the size of Earth.
Mars is about 1/3 the size of Earth.

The Earth fills one side out comfortably and becomes the standard to compare all the others. By placing other blocks next to one another, you get a real sense of how large each celestial body is. It is surprising to see how much smaller Mars is compared to Earth.    

The scales of Mercury, Ganymede, and Titan
The scales of Mercury, Ganymede, and Titan

There are other surprises as well! There are two moons (Ganymede and Titan) which are  larger than the planet Mercury, yet most people have never even heard of them simply because they revolve around their host planet, rather than the Sun. 

The scale side displaying Mars, Ceres, Jupiter and its four Galilean moons (prototype v4)
The scale side displaying Mars, Ceres, Jupiter and its four Galilean moons (prototype v4)

When all the blocks are placed in order, the larger planets visibly expand across multiple blocks to show their relatives scales. For example, Jupiter is much larger than its block, so it spreads out across Mars and Ceres on one side and Io and Europa on the other. Likewise, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune take up space on adjacent blocks. The Sun actually encompasses the entire set! All 20 blocks are still not enough to get a true sense of the Sun’s relative size.”

For more, see our first Explainer Video above for a walk through how the Scale side works. 


THE ORBITS (LOCATION AND DISTANCE)

Earth (right), Saturn (partially visible) and our Sun’s position in the Milky Way galaxy (digital mock)
Earth (right), Saturn (partially visible) and our Sun’s position in the Milky Way galaxy (digital mock)

The scale of planetary orbits and representing the distances found in between celestial bodies presented a unique design challenge. This is because the outer planets are spread out between one another with much greater distances than are the inner planets, and the dwarf planets Pluto and Eris are cast out even further with highly irregular orbits.  

Earth is 1AU from the Sun, Saturn is 9AU and Pluto averages 45AU!
Earth is 1AU from the Sun, Saturn is 9AU and Pluto averages 45AU!

If we tried to display all the planetary orbits in one view to scale, the inner planets would practically disappear into an area so tiny you could not see Mercury to Mars. So, we decided to provide three different scales (0-1.5 AU, 0-30 AU, and 0-100 AU) to have a full comparative view of the Solar System. 

Note: An AU is the average distance between the Earth and the Sun. 

The moon is one LD from Earth, and Ganymede and Titan are both around three from their planets.
The moon is one LD from Earth, and Ganymede and Titan are both around three from their planets.

The orbital distances between the moons and their planets are on a much smaller scale, but a relatively similar scale to our own moon, so we use the LD (lunar distance) scale in the place of AU. And we oriented the display vertically to underscore that the Sun is not the center of these systems! 

Note: An LD is the distance between the Earth and the Moon.

Due to all the various scales required to accurately represent the layout of the Solar System, we also included a handy tool at the bottom of each block to help orient the viewer. This will give a basic view of where any given body is located within the larger context of the whole system.

For more, see our second Explainer Video above to better understand how the Orbit side works. Note the video shows an older design which has been revised since.


THE INTERIOR 

Core sides for Jupiter, Io, Europa and Ganymede (digital mock)
Core sides for Jupiter, Io, Europa and Ganymede (digital mock)

We thought it would be interesting to compare each body’s mettle–or in some cases metal! The core illustrations show details such as layers of rock, atmospheres, molten rock, and some pretty mysterious stuff like liquid and metallic hydrogen or something known as a “radiative zone.” Some worlds also include geologic features such as oceans, lakes, volcanoes, ice-volcanos, and geysers.

The cores of three very different bodies; The Sun (a star), rocky (Venus) and a gas giant (Uranus).
The cores of three very different bodies; The Sun (a star), rocky (Venus) and a gas giant (Uranus).

While these core diagrams are theoretical, they’re based on the most recent data available. There is no easy way to know for sure what is happening inside many of these bodies, but thanks to The Planetary Society, we have access to some of the world’s foremost planetary scientists.


 THE MISSIONS 

The missions that explored Titan, Neptune, Earth from orbit, and the Moon.
The missions that explored Titan, Neptune, Earth from orbit, and the Moon.

We enjoy the luxury of living in the first and only era when humans first laid eyes on dozens of the worlds of the solar system, turning them from faint points of light to real places.” This project would not be possible without the dedication of the men and women who build the machines that can take us to new worlds. So, the final side of the block names some significant missions to each of these worlds, with the flagship mission illustrated. Some places like Earth, Mars and the Moon have had many missions, so we had to try and curate the selections based on the various missions’ scientific and historical importance. Others, such as Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto  have had few missions and, in those cases, our list goes only one mission deep.

Note: Eris is nearly as big as Pluto and more massive. Its 2005 discovery caused the crisis that resulted in the 2006 definition of a new class of solar system world, the dwarf planet, with Ceres, Pluto, Eris, Haumea, and Makemake the first designated members of that class.”

 
   MATERIALS

We are working on getting the official language of child safety from the manufacturer. Each block measures 1.75" square.

 
   STRETCH GOALS

Here is a quick look at what we might be planning. More to come soon. 

  • Retail box design
  • An expanded science and informational fold-out
  • Display Tray or Printed Canvas Bag
  • Another four blocks (bodies featured TBD)

 
   THE LAYOUT

Here is a look at the layout template to be used for each of the blocks.

Layout example (Io shown)
Layout example (Io shown)

 
ADD-ONS

If you wish to get multiple rewards or just specific items, simple add to your reward amount on your pledge. For example, if you want two sets of blocks and a t-shirt simply add another $24 to the $140 reward level so that it is now $164. Later when we send the survey we will ask if you added anything to your reward level.

  • $3 for a sticker
  • $8 for an enameled pin
  • $24 for a t-shirt
  • $26 for a scarf
  • $70 for each additional set of blocks

To add a print you need to contact us as they will require two shipments. A poster must ship in a tube and a set of blocks must ship in a standard rate box.


THE OTHER REWARDS

The original first two Robotic Spacecraft Series 20"x36" or Giant Leaps in Space (36"x18") screen prints (not to be confused with smaller archival digital prints at bottom). Options include Voyager (orange version), Mars Exploration, Sputnik, New Horizons, Rosetta and Galileo. Cassini and Curiosity are currently out of print as screen prints. 

The Historic Robotic Spacecraft Series I & II
The Historic Robotic Spacecraft Series I & II

The Giant Leaps in Space poster series. Options include Apollo, ISS and Vostok.

Giant Leaps in Space Poster Series
Giant Leaps in Space Poster Series

The archival digital print versions of our space exploration prints. All missions are available in this format including Cassini, Curiosity and the original blue Voyager. 

Historic Robotic Spacecraft Series Archival Digital Versions
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Series Archival Digital Versions

Our space exploration themed tees. Options include Above Earth (23 Earth space missions), Apollo, Beyond Earth (23 deep space missions), Curiosity, Greatness to Come (w/Space Shuttle), ISS, Sputnik, Voyager or You Are the Sun. Size options include unisex SML, MED, LRG, XL and 2X. We do have sizes for women and kids but some designs may be sold out in some sizes. Please inquire.

Space Exploration Themed Tees
Space Exploration Themed Tees

The Planetary Society Scarf (based on our You Are the Sun tee above). All eight planets, seven major moons, and the Asteroid Belt. Each end is capped off by the Sun and Kuiper Belt.

Planetary Society New Solar System Scarf
Planetary Society New Solar System Scarf
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Stickers
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Stickers

ABOUT CHOP SHOP (THOMAS ROMER)

Thomas Romer is the designer, illustrator and founder of Chop Shop Store and Studio based in Philadelphia, PA. The shop specializes in t-shirts, posters, and other merchandise; a fun spin off of a design studio with over 20 years of experience in interactive, animation, illustration and design. Recent partners have included SETI Institute, Radiotopia (including 99% Invisible and many more), Radiolab, Yuri’s Night and The Planetary Society! 

Chop Shop is also the host of The Planetary Society's official online store which can be found at www.planetary.org/store

Before the Shop, Thomas was a founding partner in Chopping Block, an interactive studio based in NYC from ’96-’14. Clients included MoMA, Turner Classic Movies, They Might Be Giants, Phish, Disney, Miramax Studios, Nickelodeon, Sony Picture Classics and many more. 

 
ABOUT THE PLANETARY SOCIETY 

In 1980, Carl Sagan, Louis Friedman, and Bruce Murray founded The Planetary Society. They saw that there was enormous public interest in space, but that this was not reflected in government, as NASA’s budget was cut again and again. Today, The Planetary Society continues this work, under the leadership of CEO Bill Nye, as the world’s largest and most influential non-profit space organization. The organization is supported by over 50,000 members in over 100 countries, and by hundreds of volunteers around the world. 

The Society’s mission is to empower the world’s citizens to advance space science and exploration. They advocate for space and planetary science funding in government, inspire and educate people around the world, and develop and fund groundbreaking space science and technology. For more information on how to join, visit www.planetary.org/membership.

Risks and challenges

The biggest risk here is timing. We have never produced an item made from wood before and the process is unlike anything else we have produced. So we are not exactly sure how long it might take to get a final prototype made, approved and then the time to produce and deliver.

We have already had prototypes made and more will come to ensure that the quality and graphics are what we expect them to be for the final product.

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