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Stellar Space Art

Have you ever wondered exactly what makes up the cosmos? What exactly do stars look like? The Earth is the only planet we know for a fact can sustain life, so how does it look different from other planets? Well, these questions are answered with Stellar Space art!

Answering those questions in order, the cosmos has endless amounts of different materials that make it up. Take a look at the uncredited image “Planetary Nebula” to get a first glimpse of things. Of course, though, nebulas aren’t all that make up our universe. NASA has also given us images of nebulas driven by stars! “Window-Curtain Structure of the Orion Nebula” is a swirl of vibrant colors that proves space isn’t just vast emptiness.
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Earthrise
Fine-Art Print
16" x 16"
$40.99
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A Giant Hubble Mosaic of the Crab Nebula
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20" x 20"
$53.99
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A brilliant star sends out magnetic waves out into surrounding space
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28" x 28"
$88.99
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Cosmic Marsala I
Fine-Art Print
13" x 13"
$19.99
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Merging Clusters in 30 Doradus (Non-annotated)
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20" x 20"
$53.99
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The Earth seen from Apollo 17
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16" x 16"
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Milky Way Galaxy
Fine-Art Print
24" x 18"
$55.99
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Saturn Eclipse
Fine-Art Print
20" x 11"
$36.99
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The Helix Nebula: a Gaseous Envelope Expelled By a Dying Star
Fine-Art Print
24" x 24"
$66.99
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Lunar Eclipse
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28" x 28"
$76.99
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Taken Under the "Wing" of the Small Magellanic Cloud
Fine-Art Print
20" x 20"
$53.99
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Constellations I
Fine-Art Print
28" x 28"
$45.99
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Rosette nebula (NGC 2244) in Monoceros
Fine-Art Print
20" x 21"
$53.99
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The first photograph taken by humans of Earthrise during Apollo 8.
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16" x 16"
$40.99
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Planetary Nebula
Fine-Art Print
18" x 24"
$55.99
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Full Moon
Fine-Art Print
28" x 27"
$87.99
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Window-Curtain Structure of the Orion Nebula
Fine-Art Print
19" x 18"
$48.99
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Bubbles II
Fine-Art Print
30" x 30"
$55.99
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Panorama view of the center of the Milky Way
Fine-Art Print
44" x 18"
$89.99
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Starburst Cluster Shows Celestial Fireworks
Fine-Art Print
24" x 21"
$61.99
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Colliding Spiral Galaxies
Fine-Art Print
24" x 14"
$47.99
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A Perfect Storm of Turbulent Gases in the Omega/Swan Nebula (M17)
Fine-Art Print
14" x 12"
$31.99
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The Sombrero Galaxy
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28" x 27"
$87.99
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A gorgeous nebula in outer space
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28" x 28"
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Hubble galaxy with red chrysanthemums
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36" x 9"
$57.99
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Light Echo From Star V838 Monocerotis - December 17, 2002
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16" x 16"
$42.99
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The Heart and Soul Nebulae
Fine-Art Print
24" x 18"
$55.99
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Atom collision
Fine-Art Print
36" x 14"
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Stellar Space art images can also show us how Earth looks different than the other planets. In 1968, astronaut William Anders took the shot “Earthrise,” showing our humble planet from the view of the moon. Compare that to “Saturn Eclipse” (which doesn’t have an artist listed), and you’ll see that Earth and the rest of the planets are entirely different! While it isn’t exactly a planet, who could look away from the moon in “Full Moon” by Robert Gendler?

Stars, contrary to popular belief, are not just white! They can be blue, red, and even purple like we see in another image captured by NASA, “Taken Under the ‘Wing’ of the Small Magellanic Cloud.” And stars don’t always hold the small twinkle seen in the night sky. When stars die, they form their own sort of nebula like pictured in “The Helix Nebula: a Gaseous Envelope Expelled by a Dying Star.” Thanks to Stellar Space wall art, we can answer all of our burning questions about what the universe looks like!