Laptop Sleeve - JWST Je t'aime
Laptop Sleeve - JWST Je t'aime
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Laptop Sleeve - JWST Je t'aime

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Whatever you think of the James Webb space telescope (JWST) naming controversy its first images already show us what an amazing instrument this will be enabling us to peer back closer to when the first suns ignited in the first galaxies and improve humanity's search for exoplanets. As another item in the astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmologists toolkit over the next few decades it will undoubtedly be a boon for scientific discovery and progress. We might answer the chicken or egg question of which came first: black holes or the first galaxies? The designs reference the amazingly light gold-plated beryllium main mirror, red-shifting nature of the captured early light and the second Lagrange point (L2) position of the JWST as well as the mission’s ambition to see the Cosmic Dawn or First Light from the earliest suns and galaxies. Find out more about the JWST - including the naming controversy - in our blog post here.

Protect your laptop in style with this snug, lightweight laptop sleeve! To prevent any scratch marks, it contains an internal padded zipper and its interior is fully lined with faux fur. It’s made from 100% neoprene so its resistant to water, oil, and heat, making sure your laptop sleeve looks as great everyday.

• 13″ sleeve weight: 6.49 oz (220 g)
• 15″ sleeve weight: 8.8 oz (250 g)
• Lightweight and resistant to water, oil, and heat
• Snug fit
• Top-loading zippered enclosure with two sliders
• Padded zipper binding

Size guide

  LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT
13″ (inches) 13 ½ 10 ½
15″ (inches) 14 ¾ 11 ¼
  LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT
13″ (cm) 34.3 26.7 1.5
15″ (cm) 37.3 28.5 1.5

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