Those wacky kids at M.I.T. are trying to raise some money to help successfully launch their Mars Gravity Biosatellite Program, and they need your help. According to their new Web site, Your Name Into Space (and thanks for the tipoff from faithful reader Hayley B.), the group is selling ad space on its exploratory satellite, set to launch in 2010. “Choose a location on the outside of the spacecraft and get pictures of your content photographed in space. Choose a location inside the return vehicle, and after five weeks in orbit we'll return to you the actual piece of spacecraft hardware, which carried your image into orbit,” they say on their site. But it is a tad pricey: “Options start as low as $35 for a single square centimeter in the Introductory zone,” they tell us. And in case you’re wondering what that buys you, a paperclip is approximately one centimeter wide. It’s a nice cause, but as cheap as we are, we’ll pass.