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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. 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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. 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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. 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Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP1414,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968648,20.00,20.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. 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Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP1616,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968712,22.00,22.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP1620,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968776,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951203,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951203,2.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP1818,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968840,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP1824,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968904,28.00,28.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951208,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951208,2.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MP2436,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968968,36.00,36.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,3.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Paper","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF0810,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 8x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969032,36.00,36.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951178,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951178,3.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","8x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1010,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 10x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969096,42.00,42.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,4.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1212,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969160,48.00,48.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,4.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1216,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969224,54.00,54.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951182,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951182,5.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1218,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969288,60.00,60.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,6.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1414,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969352,60.00,60.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,6.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1616,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969416,66.00,66.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,6.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1620,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969480,72.00,72.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951178,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951178,7.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1818,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969544,72.00,72.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,7.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF1824,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969608,84.00,84.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951182,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951182,8.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00MF2436,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969672,120.00,120.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,12.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP0810,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 8x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969736,16.00,16.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951203,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951203,1.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","8x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1010,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 10x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969800,18.00,18.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,1.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1212,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969864,20.00,20.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1216,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969928,22.00,22.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951208,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951208,2.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1218,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969992,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,2.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1414,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970056,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1616,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970120,26.00,26.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1620,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970184,28.00,28.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951203,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951203,2.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1818,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970248,28.00,28.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205,2.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP1824,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970312,34.00,34.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951208,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951208,3.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PP2436,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970376,40.00,40.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,4.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF0810,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 8x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970440,46.00,46.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951178,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951178,4.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","8x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1010,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 10x10",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970504,52.00,52.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,5.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1212,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970568,58.00,58.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,5.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1216,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970632,64.00,64.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951182,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951182,6.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1218,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970696,70.00,70.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,7.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1414,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970760,70.00,70.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,7.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1616,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970824,76.00,76.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,7.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1620,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970952,82.00,82.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951178,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951178,8.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1818,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971080,82.00,82.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180,8.20,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF1824,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971144,100.00,100.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951182,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951182,10.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00PF2436,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971208,126.00,126.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264,12.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00CA1212,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971400,54.00,54.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496951133,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496951133,5.40,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Canvas","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00CA1216,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971464,56.00,56.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951139,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951139,5.60,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Canvas","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00CA1616,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971656,58.00,58.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496951133,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496951133,5.80,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Canvas","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00CA1620,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971720,60.00,60.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951136,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951136,6.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI ","Chandra X-Ray Observatory, galaxy, Hubble, infrared, M101, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, pink, Pinwheel Galaxy, spiral, Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light, xray","in stock",74529,"Canvas","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N4547V00CA1824,"Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971848,70.00,70.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951139,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951139,7.00,"1","3","The Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as Messier 101, is a face-on spiral galaxy approximately 22 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. 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This is a composite image of the spiral galaxy M101 combining views from the Spitzer Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, and Chandra X-ray Observatory. The red colors indicate infrared light, yellow is visible, and blue is X-ray. In many ways it is similar to own Milky Way galaxy but larger. 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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Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1212,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191432,48.00,48.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,4.80,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1216,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191496,54.00,54.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950162,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950162,5.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1218,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191560,60.00,60.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443289,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443289,6.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1414,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191624,60.00,60.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,6.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1616,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191688,66.00,66.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,6.60,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","16x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1620,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 16x20",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191752,72.00,72.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950157,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950157,7.20,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1818,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191816,72.00,72.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,7.20,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF1824,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191880,84.00,84.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950162,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950162,8.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00MF2436,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Matte Framed - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121191944,120.00,120.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443289,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443289,12.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Matte Framed","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP0810,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 8x10",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192008,16.00,16.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950183,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950183,1.60,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","8x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1010,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 10x10",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192072,18.00,18.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950186,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950186,1.80,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1212,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192136,20.00,20.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950186,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950186,2.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1216,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192200,22.00,22.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950188,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950188,2.20,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1218,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192264,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443289,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443289,2.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1414,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192328,24.00,24.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950186,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950186,2.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1616,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 16x16",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192392,26.00,26.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950186,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950186,2.60,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. 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Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","16x20",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1818,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 18x18",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192520,28.00,28.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950186,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950186,2.80,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","18x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP1824,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 18x24",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192584,34.00,34.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950188,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950188,3.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","18x24",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PP2436,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Paper - 24x36",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192648,40.00,40.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443289,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-poster-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443289,4.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Paper","24x36",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF0810,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 8x10",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192712,46.00,46.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950157,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950157,4.60,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","8x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1010,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 10x10",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192776,52.00,52.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,5.20,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","10x10",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1212,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 12x12",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192840,58.00,58.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,5.80,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x12",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1216,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 12x16",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192904,64.00,64.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950162,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950162,6.40,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x16",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1218,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 12x18",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121192968,70.00,70.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443289,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443289,7.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","12x18",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1414,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 14x14",https://posternauts.com/products/orion-nebula-m42?variant=35121193032,70.00,70.00,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950160,http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps16-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950160,7.00,"1","3","The Orion Nebula is a cavern of tumultuous gas and dust where thousands of stars are forming. Energy released by young stars transforms the place where they are born, whipping the surroundings into fantastic forms. This turbulent star formation region is one of the most dramatic and photogenic celestial objects. Over 3,000 stars of different sizes appear in this image. Some of these stars have never been seen in visible light and reside in a dramatic dust-and-gas landscape of plateaus, mountains, and valleys that resemble the Grand Canyon. The Orion Nebula is a vast picture book of star formations, from massive, young stars that are shaping the nebula to pillars of dense gas that can be home to budding 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: Orion Nebula (M42, NGC 1976) Release Date: Jan 11, 2006 Image Credits: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (STScI/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team ","Hubble, M42, Messier Catalogue, Messier Object, nebula, NGC 1976, Orion, Orion Nebula, pillar, pink, star formation, star nursery","in stock",74529,"Photo Framed","14x14",,,,Posternauts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N1976V00PF1616,"Orion Nebula - M42 - Photo Framed - 16x16",https://posternauts.co