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Photographic Print, THE CELESTIAL ZOO - Astronomical Fauna explained! (Oct'2022 Update) designed and sold by Pablo Carlos Budassi

THE CELESTIAL ZOO - Astronomical Fauna explained! (Oct'2022 Update) Photographic Print

Designed and sold by Pablo Carlos Budassi
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THE CELESTIAL ZOO - Astronomical Fauna explained! (Oct'2022 Update)
!! ATTENTION !! We recommend ordering CELESTIAL ZOO prints/posters bigger than 30 x 20 inches so that text can be easily read. For a digital HD download of this image go: https://payhip.com/b/QE8F *A tour of 210 places of interest in our Universe, describing each landscape with curious facts that are a must-know when planning our trips through the Cosmos. Featuring the most bizarre galaxies, stars, planets, and other weirdos of all colors and shapes. The information contained is updated as of October 2020. The circular view of the universe in the middle was assembled by @pablocarlosbudassi by combining logarithmic astronomical maps from Princeton University and images from NASA. Using this image as a map and the accumulated knowledge of 400 years of modern astronomy, we will spend a couple of minutes in each known world and if we come out alive, we will have the most up-to-date knowledge about the celestial wildlife and maybe, in the next trip, we can be the tour guides ourselves. Last chance: Take a flight or go extinct? ✨

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