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5 Beautiful Space Posters

Created On: 11/7/2010

5 Beautiful Space Posters

We're running out of wall space here at the PosterBurner offices, but this series of posters made great poster prints. These iconic images now line our hallway as full size custom posters.

1. Launch of the Apollo 11

A top down view of the massive Saturn V rocket that carried Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins into orbit. You can create posters from this image or any of your images at PosterBurner.

Apollo Space

2. Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. Flag

Moments before Buzz Aldrin's famous salute to the flag from the surface of the moon. This image serves as a timeless snapshot of American victory in the Space Race.

Apollo 11 Moon

3. The Hubble Deep Field

Possibly the most jaw-dropping image ever taken. This is what happens when you train the worlds most powerful camera on a completely empty patch of space for over a year. Those are not stars, but millions of galaxies!

Hubble Photo

4. The Eye of God

Located in the constellation Aquarius, the Helix Nebula is called "The Eye of God" because of it's iris-like appearance in this true-color composite put together from images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and other ground observatories.

Helix Nebula

5. Bode's Galaxy

Officially called Messier 81 and located in the Ursa Major constellation. This spiral galaxy is famous for it's nearly perfect arm structure, large size, and proximity to us.

Hubble Pictures

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