Space Posters

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Product Retro Space Posters

Retro Space Posters

The posters began as a series about exoplanets (planets orbiting other stars) to celebrate NASA’s study of them. A beautiful retro vision of the future.

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Space posters from the golden age of travel

Whether you want a scientific poster or another style, you will be able to find it here.

Our Space posters are available in different sizes. They are perfect to create a stunning frame wall, or to be used as decoration for your children's room or teenager's bedroom. All our posters are shipped in tubes, so you will receive the poster(s) rolled up and ready to be framed by yourself - no need for extra costs! We suggest you use our poster frame shop to buy a frame for your Space poster. All the posters you see on this category are available in different sizes, so if there is another size apart from those listed below, just contact us and we will create it for you!

Visions of the future Posters from the NASA collaboration with JPL

A creative team of visual strategists at JPL, known as "The Studio," created the poster series, which is titled "Visions of the Future." "The poster series draws on the work of JPL-affiliated scientists and imaginations to show what Earth, the moon, Mars and the outer planets might look like in 50 years," said Michael C. Malin, principal investigator for the Malin Space Science Systems' Context Camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. "As space science missions lead to new discoveries that inspire our imaginations, NASA is working hard to bring back knowledge that will benefit Earth." NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages the Cassini mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Cassini orbiter was designed, developed and assembled at JPL. The mission is part of NASA's long-term exploration goals in which missions examine both large bodies in our solar system -- Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune -- as well as small-bodies such as asteroids and comets. The spacecraft has been exploring Saturn since 2004. On Sept 29th this year it will plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere ending its remarkable journey around this fascinating ringed planet once started 13 years ago by a team of JPL engineers..