"SKU","Product Name","Long Description","Department","Image URL","Buy Link","Retail Price" 9461152520,"Infant Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud","This group of baby stars still forming from collapsing gas clouds have not yet ignited their hydrogen fuel. The Small Magellanic Cloud is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way and Hubble has uncovered a population of embryonic stars within. Hubble provides a crisp view of these young stars as they coalesce out of gravitationally collapsing gas clouds. The stars have not yet ignited their hydrogen fuel to sustain nuclear fusion. The smallest of these infant stars is only half the mass of our Sun. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 346 Release Date: Jan 12, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and A. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Like the NASA exoplanet ads before them, the Mars posters released to the public by SpaceX portray an optimistic future in a fun and positive ’50s styleImage Credits: SpaceX   ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/valles-marineris-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443318,https://posternauts.com/products/valles-marineris-spacex-mars-travel?variant=35750535240,24.00 9394813384,"Valles Marineris - SpaceX Mars Travel","Get your jet pack on and zip through the Martian landscape. Valles Marineris is the canyon system that runs along the equator of Mars. At seven-miles deep, it is four-times deeper than the Grand Canyon of Earth. Visitors might very well want to relax and fly through instead of hiking to the bottom. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Like the NASA exoplanet ads before them, the Mars posters released to the public by SpaceX portray an optimistic future in a fun and positive ’50s styleImage Credits: SpaceX   ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/valles-marineris-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443318,https://posternauts.com/products/valles-marineris-spacex-mars-travel?variant=35750535304,40.00 9394813384,"Valles Marineris - SpaceX Mars Travel","Get your jet pack on and zip through the Martian landscape. Valles Marineris is the canyon system that runs along the equator of Mars. At seven-miles deep, it is four-times deeper than the Grand Canyon of Earth. Visitors might very well want to relax and fly through instead of hiking to the bottom. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Like the NASA exoplanet ads before them, the Mars posters released to the public by SpaceX portray an optimistic future in a fun and positive ’50s styleImage Credits: SpaceX   ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-e109b4c6_grande.jpg?v=1496443318,https://posternauts.com/products/valles-marineris-spacex-mars-travel?variant=35750535368,70.00 9394813384,"Valles Marineris - SpaceX Mars Travel","Get your jet pack on and zip through the Martian landscape. Valles Marineris is the canyon system that runs along the equator of Mars. At seven-miles deep, it is four-times deeper than the Grand Canyon of Earth. Visitors might very well want to relax and fly through instead of hiking to the bottom. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Like the NASA exoplanet ads before them, the Mars posters released to the public by SpaceX portray an optimistic future in a fun and positive ’50s styleImage Credits: SpaceX   ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-e109b4c6_grande.jpg?v=1496443318,https://posternauts.com/products/valles-marineris-spacex-mars-travel?variant=35750535432,126.00 9394813384,"Valles Marineris - SpaceX Mars Travel","Get your jet pack on and zip through the Martian landscape. Valles Marineris is the canyon system that runs along the equator of Mars. At seven-miles deep, it is four-times deeper than the Grand Canyon of Earth. Visitors might very well want to relax and fly through instead of hiking to the bottom. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Like the NASA exoplanet ads before them, the Mars posters released to the public by SpaceX portray an optimistic future in a fun and positive ’50s styleImage Credits: SpaceX   ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/Valles-Marineris_mockup_Wall_24x36_f7dc5cf6-0201-4205-aac1-4aecfc137be9_grande.png?v=1496443318,https://posternauts.com/products/valles-marineris-spacex-mars-travel?variant=35750535496,100.00 9392492744,"Trappist-1e - NASA Visions of the Future","Trappist-1e is just one of seven planets together in close orbit around their star. Approximately 40 light-years from Earth, the planet Trappist-1e offers a heart-stopping view. The brilliant objects in its red sky, looming like larger and smaller versions of our own moon are not moons at all. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/titan--poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443322,https://posternauts.com/products/titan-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750545608,20.00 9392457480,"Titan - NASA Visions of the Future","Titan is a frigid and alien moon similar to our own planet billions of years ago. Saturn's largest moon, Titan, has a thick atmosphere with organic-rich chemistry. Its surface is shaped by rivers and lakes of liquid ethane and methane. Cold winds sculpt vast regions of hydrocarbon-rich dunes. There may even be cryovolcanoes of cold liquid water. 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This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951331,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289608,54.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443287,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289672,60.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289736,60.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289800,66.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951326,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289864,72.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289928,72.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951331,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289992,84.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443287,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290056,120.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951353,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290248,20.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951356,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290312,22.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443287,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290376,24.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951353,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290440,24.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951353,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290504,26.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951351,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290568,28.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951353,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290632,28.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951356,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290696,34.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443287,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290760,40.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951326,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290824,46.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290888,52.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121290952,58.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951331,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291016,64.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291144,70.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951328,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291208,76.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443287,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291528,126.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496951299,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291720,54.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951305,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121291784,56.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. 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Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-canvas-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951302,https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121292040,60.00 9461171848,"Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula","In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950974,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846344,12.00 9517180104,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841","This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means ""fluffy"" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. 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Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846472,16.00 9517180104,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841","This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means ""fluffy"" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. 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Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846664,20.00 9517180104,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841","This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means ""fluffy"" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. 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It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950982,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846920,28.00 9517180104,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841","This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means ""fluffy"" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. 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Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803464,84.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. 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Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803848,24.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. 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It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804232,40.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. 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Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804552,70.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804616,70.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804680,76.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804744,82.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804872,100.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722,https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804936,126.00 9517918024,"Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309","This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587400,24.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951096,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587464,28.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951063,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588232,72.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588616,18.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588680,20.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589000,26.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951088,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589064,28.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951063,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589320,46.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589384,52.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589640,70.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589704,76.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276,https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589960,126.00 9517893512,"Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370","The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. 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This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mars-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544328,36.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-f7d74c7c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544392,60.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-f7d74c7c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544456,120.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mars-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544520,24.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mars-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544584,40.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-f7d74c7c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544648,70.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-f7d74c7c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544712,126.00 9392474440,"Mars - NASA Visions of the Future","NASA's Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and many others, have provided important information in understanding Mars. This poster imagines a future when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars, taking a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mars-canvas-rebuild_mockup_Wall_24x36_05651473-5ea9-4e49-ae29-292067fdd7b9_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/mars-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544776,100.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler186f-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750541576,20.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler186f-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750541704,36.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-bd303f0c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750541896,60.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-bd303f0c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542088,120.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler186f-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542216,24.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler186f-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542408,40.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-bd303f0c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542600,70.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-bd303f0c_grande.jpg?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542664,126.00 9392482952,"Kepler-186f - NASA Visions of the Future","Plants might be very different colors on planets around other stars, influenced by a different spectrum of available light from their star. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-size planet discovered in the potentially 'habitable zone' around another star.  This means liquid water could exist on the planet's surface, but its star is much cooler and redder than our Sun. If plant life does exist on a planet like Kepler-186f, photosynthesis could have been influenced by the red-wavelength photons of the star, making a color palette that's very different than the greens on Earth. This discovery was made by Kepler, NASA's planet hunting telescope. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler186f-canvas-rebuild_mockup_Wall_24x36_af997c00-a123-4727-817c-fa6af5cadb28_grande.png?v=1496443321,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-186f-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750542856,100.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler16b-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547080,20.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler16b-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547144,36.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-76cf059d_grande.jpg?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547208,60.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-76cf059d_grande.jpg?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547272,120.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler16b-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547336,24.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/kepler16b-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547400,40.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-76cf059d_grande.jpg?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547464,70.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as ""The Studio,"" created this image as part of the ""Visions of the Future."" poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech ","Clothing",http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-76cf059d_grande.jpg?v=1496443323,https://posternauts.com/products/kepler-16b-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750547528,126.00 9392433352,"Kepler-16b - NASA Visions of the Future","Like the planet ""Tatooine"" in Star Wars, Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars. Shown here as a terrestrial planet, Kepler-16b could also be a gas giant like Saturn. The possibility of life on this unusual world are not good. It has an average temperature of −85 °C, similar to that of dry ice. But the discovery indicates that the double-sunset depicted in the movie is no longer science fiction. 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