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Fictional Spaceship Skeletons

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The inner workings of spaceships aren't exactly our forte (we failed intergalactic engineering 101) but we're almost certain they don't have bones.

That tiny detail aside, artist Josh Lane has created these rather brilliant illustrations of vessels with skeletons. The collection includes the Millennium Falcon and the Tardis, which happily are also available to buy in print and t-shirt form.

Now all you need to do is copy and paste the URL and forward onto your family and friends so they know what to get you for Christmas.

More examples of Josh's awesome handiwork can be found here.

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