N0346V00MP0810 Infant Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud - Matte Paper - 8x10 This group of baby stars still forming from collapsing gas clouds have not yet ignited their hydrogen fuel. The Small Magellanic Cloud is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way and Hubble has uncovered a population of embryonic stars within. Hubble provides a crisp view of these young stars as they coalesce out of gravitationally collapsing gas clouds. The stars have not yet ignited their hydrogen fuel to sustain nuclear fusion. The smallest of these infant stars is only half the mass of our Sun. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 346 Release Date: Jan 12, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and A. 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The Small Magellanic Cloud is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way and Hubble has uncovered a population of embryonic stars within. Hubble provides a crisp view of these young stars as they coalesce out of gravitationally collapsing gas clouds. The stars have not yet ignited their hydrogen fuel to sustain nuclear fusion. The smallest of these infant stars is only half the mass of our Sun. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 346 Release Date: Jan 12, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and A. 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The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/whirlpool-galaxy-and-companion-galaxy-m51?variant=35419646536 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951860, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951860, N5194V00MP1616 Whirlpool Galaxy and Companion Galaxy - M51 - Matte Paper - 16x16 The Whirlpool spiral galaxy M51, is one of the most well-known objects ever observed by Hubble. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/whirlpool-galaxy-and-companion-galaxy-m51?variant=35419648456 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951857, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951857, N5194V00PP1818 Whirlpool Galaxy and Companion Galaxy - M51 - Photo Paper - 18x18 The Whirlpool spiral galaxy M51, is one of the most well-known objects ever observed by Hubble. On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 34.00 https://posternauts.com/products/whirlpool-galaxy-and-companion-galaxy-m51?variant=35419648584 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951863, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951863, N5194V00PP2436 Whirlpool Galaxy and Companion Galaxy - M51 - Photo Paper - 24x36 The Whirlpool spiral galaxy M51, is one of the most well-known objects ever observed by Hubble. On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 58.00 https://posternauts.com/products/whirlpool-galaxy-and-companion-galaxy-m51?variant=35419648840 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951836, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951836, N5194V00PF1216 Whirlpool Galaxy and Companion Galaxy - M51 - Photo Framed - 12x16 The Whirlpool spiral galaxy M51, is one of the most well-known objects ever observed by Hubble. On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/whirlpool-galaxy-and-companion-galaxy-m51?variant=35419649032 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951836, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps07-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951836, N5194V00PF1616 Whirlpool Galaxy and Companion Galaxy - M51 - Photo Framed - 16x16 The Whirlpool spiral galaxy M51, is one of the most well-known objects ever observed by Hubble. On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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On its 15th anniversary, Hubble released this new view of M51, which was among the largest and sharpest images Hubble had ever taken with its newest camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). This large Whirlpool Galaxy has sharply defined spiral arms which may be the result of the Whirlpool's gravitational tug-of-war with the smaller companion galaxy nearby. The image showcases classic features of spiral galaxies, from the curving arms where newborn stars spin, to the yellowish central core which serves as the home for older stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Whirlpool Galaxy, M51, NGC 5194/5 Release date: Apr 25, 2005 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, S. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) 84.00 https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121289992 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951331, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951331, N1976V01MF2436 Star-birthing Region in the Orion Nebula - Matte Framed - 24x36 In this tiny section of the huge Orion Nebula, clouds of dust and gas churn out stars. The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. 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The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. 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The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. 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The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. 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The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. 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The gasses within the nebula are illuminated and heated by ultraviolet light from four hot, massive stars. The magnificent detail revealed by Hubble shows a turbulent star factory set within a churning maelstrom of flowing, luminescent gas. This 2.5-light-year-wide view is only a small portion of the entire nebula, but it includes a star cluster and almost all of the light from the bright glowing clouds of gas that make up the nebula. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: Orion Nebula, M42, NGC 1976 Release Date: Nov 20, 1995 Image Credits: NASA, C.R. O'Dell and S.K. Wong (Rice University) 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/star-birthing-region-in-the-orion-nebula?variant=35121292232 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-canvas-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443288, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps11-canvas-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443288, N4547V00MP0810 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 8x10 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968904 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951208, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951208, N4547V00MP2436 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Paper - 24x36 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 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419968968 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264, N4547V00MF0810 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 8x10 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 42.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969096 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951180, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951180, N4547V00MF1212 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Matte Framed - 12x12 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419969992 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264, N4547V00PP1414 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 14x14 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 26.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970120 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951205, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951205, N4547V00PP1620 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 16x20 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 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419970184 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951203, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951203, N4547V00PP1818 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Paper - 18x18 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971144 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951182, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951182, N4547V00PF2436 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Photo Framed - 24x36 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 126.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971208 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264, N4547V00CA1212 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 12x12 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 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971400 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496951133, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496951133, N4547V00CA1216 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 12x16 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. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The visible light captured by Hubble shows off the swirls of bright stars and glowing gas that give the galaxy its nickname the Pinwheel Galaxy. In contrast, the infrared-light image from the Spitzer telescope sees deeper into the spiral arms to reveal the glow of dust lanes where dense clouds can collapse to form new stars. Chandra's X-ray picture uncovers high-energy features of the galaxy, like remnants of exploded stars or matter zooming around black holes. The overlap of observations from these three telescopes provides an in-depth view of the galaxy. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: M101, NGC 4547, The Pinwheel Galaxy Release Date: Feb 10, 2009 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, CXC, SSC, and STScI 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971848 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951139, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951139, N4547V00CA2436 Spitzer-Hubble-Chandra Image of Pinwheel Galaxy - M101 - Canvas - 24x36 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 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spitzer-hubble-chandra-image-of-pinwheel-galaxy-m101?variant=35419971912 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443264, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps44-canvas-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443264, N4258V00MP0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 8x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 12.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846344 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950974, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950974, N4258V00MP1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 10x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 16.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846472 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00MP1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 12x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846600 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N4258V00MP1414 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 14x14 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 22.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846728 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00MP1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 16x20 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846792 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950974, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950974, N4258V00MP1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 18x18 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846856 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00MP1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 18x24 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846920 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950982, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950982, N4258V00MP2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Paper - 24x36 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410846984 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N4258V00MF0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 8x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847048 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950944, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950944, N4258V00MF1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 10x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 42.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847112 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00MF1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 12x12 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847240 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950950, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950950, N4258V00MF1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 12x18 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847368 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00MF1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 16x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 72.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847496 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950944, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950944, N4258V00MF1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 18x18 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 84.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847624 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950950, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950950, N4258V00MF2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Matte Framed - 24x36 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 16.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847752 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950974, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950974, N4258V00PP1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Paper - 10x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410847880 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00PP1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Paper - 12x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848008 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N4258V00PP1414 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Paper - 14x14 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 26.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848136 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00PP1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Paper - 16x20 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848264 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950978, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950978, N4258V00PP1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Paper - 18x24 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 40.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848392 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N4258V00PF0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 8x10 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 52.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848520 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00PF1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 12x12 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 58.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848584 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00PF1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 12x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 64.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848712 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950950, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950950, N4258V00PF1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 12x18 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410848968 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00PF1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 16x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 76.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849032 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00PF1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 16x20 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 82.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849096 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950944, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950944, N4258V00PF1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 18x18 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 82.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849160 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496950946, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496950946, N4258V00PF1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 18x24 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849224 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950950, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950950, N4258V00PF2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Photo Framed - 24x36 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 126.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849288 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N4258V00CA1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 12x12 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849480 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496950917, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496950917, N4258V00CA1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 12x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 56.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849544 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950924, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950924, N4258V00CA1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 16x16 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 58.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849736 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496950917, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496950917, N4258V00CA1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 16x20 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849800 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x20_grande.png?v=1496950920, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-16x20_medium.png?v=1496950920, N4258V00CA1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 18x24 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849928 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496950924, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496950924, N4258V00CA2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841 - Canvas - 24x36 This is an example of the prototypical flocculent spiral galaxy with patchy and discontinuous arms. Flocculent means "fluffy" and galaxies like this are patchy without distinct spiral arms. Approximately 30% of known galaxies have these characteristics. Spiral galaxy NGC 2841 lies 46 million light-years away from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major, and reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes. It contains a prominent inner ring structure and is home to a large population of young blue stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 2841 Release Date: Sep 22, 2011 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: M. Crockett and S. Kaviraj (Oxford University, UK), R. O'Connell (University of Virginia), B. Whitmore (STScI), and the WFC3 Scientific Oversight Committee 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-2841?variant=35410849992 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443279, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps53-canvas-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443279, N1309V00MP0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 8x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 12.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802184 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 10x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 14.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802248 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 12x12 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 16.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802312 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 12x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 18.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802376 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 12x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802440 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1414 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 14x14 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802632 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 18x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802696 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 18x24 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802760 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MP2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Paper - 24x36 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802824 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 8x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802888 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 10x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 42.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419802952 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 12x12 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 48.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803016 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 12x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803080 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 12x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803144 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1414 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 14x14 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803208 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 16x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 66.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803272 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 16x20 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 72.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803336 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 18x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 72.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803400 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 18x24 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 84.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803464 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00MF2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Matte Framed - 24x36 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 120.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803528 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 8x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 16.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803592 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 10x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 18.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803656 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 12x12 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803720 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 12x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 22.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803784 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 12x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 26.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419803976 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 16x20 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 34.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804168 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PP2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Paper - 24x36 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 40.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804232 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF0810 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 8x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 46.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804296 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1010 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 10x10 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 52.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804360 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 12x12 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 58.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804424 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 12x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 64.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804488 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1218 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 12x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804552 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1414 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 14x14 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804616 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 16x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 76.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804680 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 16x20 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 82.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804744 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1818 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 18x18 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 82.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804808 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 18x24 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804872 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20_-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00PF2436 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Photo Framed - 24x36 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 126.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419804936 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00CA1212 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Canvas - 12x12 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419805128 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00CA1216 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Canvas - 12x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 56.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419805192 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00CA1616 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Canvas - 16x16 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 58.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419805384 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00CA1620 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Canvas - 16x20 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/spiral-galaxy-ngc-1309?variant=35419805448 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x20_grande.png?v=1496958722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps20-canvas-16x20_medium.png?v=1496958722, N1309V00CA1824 Spiral Galaxy NGC 1309 - Canvas - 18x24 This pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy was home to a supernova whose light reached Earth in 2002. Stunning details of the face-on spiral galaxy, are captured in this color image. Scientists are using the supernova burst, SN 2002fk, which took place in  NGC 1309 to measure the expansion rate of the universe. Light from this explosion reached Earth in September 2002 and NGC 1309 lies 100 million light-years (30 Megaparsecs) from Earth. It is one of approximately 200 galaxies that make up the Eridanus group of galaxies. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 1309 Release Date: Feb 7, 2006 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of 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: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594 Release Date: Oct 2, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 76.00 https://posternauts.com/products/sombrero-galaxy-m104?variant=35419739016 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951743, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951743, N4594V00PF1620 Sombrero Galaxy - M104 - Photo Framed - 16x20 Thick dust lanes encircle the brilliant white core of this spiral galaxy, seen edge on. The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of 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: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594 Release Date: Oct 2, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/sombrero-galaxy-m104?variant=35419739208 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951745, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951745, N4594V00PF2436 Sombrero Galaxy - M104 - Photo Framed - 24x36 Thick dust lanes encircle the brilliant white core of this spiral galaxy, seen edge on. The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of 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: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594 Release Date: Oct 2, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 56.00 https://posternauts.com/products/sombrero-galaxy-m104?variant=35419739528 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951722, N4594V00CA1616 Sombrero Galaxy - M104 - Canvas - 16x16 Thick dust lanes encircle the brilliant white core of this spiral galaxy, seen edge on. The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of stars. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. 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This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of 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: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594 Release Date: Oct 2, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/sombrero-galaxy-m104?variant=35419739912 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951722, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951722, N4594V00CA2436 Sombrero Galaxy - M104 - Canvas - 24x36 Thick dust lanes encircle the brilliant white core of this spiral galaxy, seen edge on. The picturesque Sombrero Galaxy lies 28 million light years from Earth in the constellation Virgo. This magnificent galaxy is 50,000 light-years across and has an apparent diameter that is nearly one-fifth the diameter of the full moon, a swarm of stars in a pancake-shaped disk with a glowing central halo of 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: Sombrero Galaxy, M104, NGC 4594 Release Date: Oct 2, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/sombrero-galaxy-m104?variant=35419740040 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443273, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps12-canvas-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443273, N3370V00MP0810 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 8x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 12.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419586824 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951088, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951088, N3370V00MP1010 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 10x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 14.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419586888 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00MP1212 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 12x12 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 16.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419586952 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00MP1216 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 12x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 18.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587016 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951096, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951096, N3370V00MP1218 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 12x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587080 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443276, N3370V00MP1414 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 14x14 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587144 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00MP1616 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 16x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 22.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587208 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00MP1620 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 16x20 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587336 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951088, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951088, N3370V00MP1818 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 18x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587400 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00MP1824 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 18x24 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587464 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951096, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951096, N3370V00MP2436 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Paper - 24x36 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587592 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443276, N3370V00MF0810 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 8x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 36.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587720 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951063, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951063, N3370V00MF1010 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 10x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 48.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587848 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951066, N3370V00MF1216 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 12x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587912 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951069, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951069, N3370V00MF1218 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 12x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419587976 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443276, N3370V00MF1414 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 14x14 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 66.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588168 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951066, N3370V00MF1620 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 16x20 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 72.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588232 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951063, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951063, N3370V00MF1818 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 18x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 72.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588296 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951066, N3370V00MF1824 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 18x24 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 84.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588424 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951069, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951069, N3370V00MF2436 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Matte Framed - 24x36 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 120.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588488 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443276, N3370V00PP0810 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 8x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 18.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588616 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00PP1212 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 12x12 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588680 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00PP1216 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 12x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 22.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588808 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951096, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951096, N3370V00PP1218 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 12x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588872 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_grande.png?v=1496443276, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-36x24_medium.png?v=1496443276, N3370V00PP1414 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 14x14 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 24.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419588936 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00PP1616 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 16x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 26.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589000 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00PP1620 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 16x20 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589064 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951088, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951088, N3370V00PP1818 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 18x18 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 28.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589128 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951092, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-poster-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951092, N3370V00PP1824 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Paper - 18x24 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 46.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589320 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951063, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951063, N3370V00PF1010 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Framed - 10x10 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 52.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589384 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951066, N3370V00PF1212 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Framed - 12x12 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 76.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589704 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_grande.png?v=1496951066, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x18_medium.png?v=1496951066, N3370V00PF1620 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Framed - 16x20 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 100.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419589896 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951069, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-frame-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951069, N3370V00PF2436 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Photo Framed - 24x36 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 54.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419590152 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-16x16_grande.png?v=1496951017, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-16x16_medium.png?v=1496951017, N3370V00CA1216 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Canvas - 12x16 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. 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The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419590472 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-16x20_grande.png?v=1496951020, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-16x20_medium.png?v=1496951020, N3370V00CA1824 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Canvas - 18x24 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (STScI) 70.00 https://posternauts.com/products/silverado-galaxy-ngc-3370?variant=35419590600 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-18x24_grande.png?v=1496951023, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/ps03-canvas-18x24_medium.png?v=1496951023, N3370V00CA2436 Silverado Galaxy - NGC 3370 - Canvas - 24x36 The Silverado Galaxy was home to a supernova that appeared in 1994. The intricate spiral arms of this dusty galaxy contain hot areas of new star formation about 98 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It is similar to our own Milky Way galaxy in both mass and diameter. NGC 3370 became the first spiral galaxy known to be producing a giant radio-emitting jet. Scientists had previously only observed these giant jets of subatomic particles moving at nearly the speed of light from elliptical galaxies or galaxies in the process of merging. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More Object Name: NGC 3370, UGC 5887 or Silverado Galaxy Release Date: Sep 4, 2003 Image Credits: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. 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A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as "The Studio," created this image as part of the "Visions of the Future." poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech 20.00 https://posternauts.com/products/pso-j318-5-22-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750544904 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/psoj318-poster-24x36_grande.png?v=1496443322, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/psoj318-poster-24x36_medium.png?v=1496443322, RVF14V00MP2436 PSO J318.5-22 - NASA Visions of the Future - Matte Paper - 24x36 Wandering alone in the galaxy, rogue planets do not orbit a parent star. PSO J318.5-22  was discovered in October 2013 using direct imaging and belongs to a special class of planets called rogue, or free-floating, planets. 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These rogue planets glow faintly from the heat of their formation, but once they cool down they will be completely in the dark. A portion of every Posternauts purchase supports young minds through the scholarship fund of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® Foundation. Learn More A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as "The Studio," created this image as part of the "Visions of the Future." poster series.Image Credits: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech 60.00 https://posternauts.com/products/pso-j318-5-22-nasa-visions-of-the-future?variant=35750545032 https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-4af4ea98_grande.jpg?v=1496443322, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1915/0809/products/mockup-4af4ea98_medium.jpg?v=1496443322, RVF14V00MF2436 PSO J318.5-22 - NASA Visions of the Future - Matte Framed - 24x36 Wandering alone in the galaxy, rogue planets do not orbit a parent star. PSO J318.5-22  was discovered in October 2013 using direct imaging and belongs to a special class of planets called rogue, or free-floating, planets. Not much is known about how these planets come to exist, but they may be either failed stars or planets ejected from very young systems after an encounter with another planet. These rogue planets glow faintly from the heat of their formation, but once they cool down they will be completely in the dark. 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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