This November is the 50th (50th) anniversary of Who, and to celebrate, a father-daughter pair built a tiny TARDIS-replica satellite. In May, they sought $33,000 on Kickstarter to launch of the satellite. Now they've hit the goal and then some: backers ponied up $88,880 to strap the satellite onto a rocket and drop it into Low Earth Orbit. It's loaded with a camera for snapping shots of the Earth below, along with a hard drive, so backers can send a small amount of data on board (perhaps enough for one of a plethora of excellent Who GIFs). The windows on the exterior of the satellite are solar panels, which will keep the TARDIS running while out in space.