Jump into our spaceship and travel to each planet of our Solar System !
Each of these images is based on official real photos from NASA's various exploration missions (Voyager 1-2, Juno, Cassini, etc.).
What you are seeing is actually what we saw up there pretty much exactly how we (as the human race) saw it through the exploration missions (of course, we cleaned and enhanced them so it looks crispy on your wall!).
We also included a quick facts sheet for each of the planets (did you know that one day on Venus is 243 Earth days?). A sure conversation starter among Space Lovers and even those who do not know yet about their love for Space and the Cosmos...
(Side note: we had to keep symmetrical so include Pluto was left out 🥺... But you can still grab our favorite dwarf's Poster separately (click here).
Video Review Of Things Of The Stars
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- Premium Museum Quality Matte Paper
- Ultra High-Resolution Print
- High detailed poster
- Also available in French (click here)
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is it made and where does it ships from? For Canada, the UK, the USA, Australia and most EU countries, this poster printed locally and ships domestically with premium services such as Purolator (Canada), Fedex (USA), Parcelforce 48 Express (UK), PSP Logistics (Australia). We are committed to local businesses. You support your communities buying from us.
What is the Material? We are using Industry leading Premium Museum Quality Matte Paper. You will love how it brings out the colors and detailed while remaining very resistant.
Is the packaging protective enough? Yes! Package Protection is Key for Posters! We are first placing the Poster in a sturdy tube and then protecting the tube which goes itself in a long triangle protective hard paper! But don't worry if there is some transit damage, just get in touch with us, we'll find a solution!
Is the text clear enough? Extremely clear! Our print files all have a minimum size of 9000 x 6000 which corresponds to 54 000 000 (54 millions) pixels! We could print it on a wall and they would still be crystal clear!
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