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Telescopes Optical Framed Print Collection

Discover the wonders of the universe with our Telescopes Optical collection of framed prints from Media Storehouse. Each print showcases stunning, high-resolution images of celestial bodies captured through the lens of powerful telescopes. From the swirling galaxies to the intricate details of distant planets, these prints bring the beauty of space exploration and scientific discovery right into your home. Perfect for astronomy enthusiasts, scientists, or anyone with a passion for the cosmos, these frames are a captivating addition to any room. Experience the awe-inspiring sights of the universe and ignite your imagination with our Telescopes Optical collection.

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122 Framed Prints

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Nebula Sh 2-106, HST image

Nebula Sh 2-106, HST image
Nebula Sh 2-106, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image. Combined optical and infrared image of the compact star-forming region and emission nebula Sharpless 2-106 (Sh 2-106)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Orion nebula (M42)

Orion nebula (M42), optical image. This is a huge starbirth region, where gas is coalescing to form new stars. Radiation from the hot young stars ionises the gases in the nebula

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Spiral galaxy M81, composite image

Spiral galaxy M81, composite image. M81 is around 12 million light years from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major. It has a supermassive black hole at its centre

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: 1689 Sir Isaac Newton portrait young

1689 Sir Isaac Newton portrait young
Sir Isaac Newton ( 4 January 1643 -31 March 1727). English physicist and mathematician. 18th Century Mezzotint portrait after the painting by Sir Godfrey Kneller 1689, with later colouring

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Orion nebula

Orion nebula. Coloured composite infrared and visible light image of the Orion nebula M42. This emission nebula, a cloud of gas and dust in which starbirth takes place

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Orions belt

Orions belt. Optical image of the line of three bright stars making up the belt in the constellation of Orion. The stars are, from lower left to upper right: Alnitak (Zeta Orionis)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Crab nebula, composite image

Crab nebula, composite image
Crab nebula. Composite x-ray, infrared and optical image of the Crab nebula (M1), a remnant of a supernova that exploded in AD 1054

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Spiral galaxy M81, composite image

Spiral galaxy M81, composite image in visible (yellow), infrared (red), and ultraviolet (blue) light. The yellow centre indicates older stars, the blue areas in the spiral arms are hot, young stars

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: A Cosmic Magnifying Glass

A Cosmic Magnifying Glass
Scanning the heavens for the first time since the successful December 1999 servicing mission, NASAs Hubble Space Telescope imaged a giant, cosmic magnifying glass

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image

Interacting galaxies Arp 147, HST image
Interacting galaxies Arp 147. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image of a pair of interacting galaxies known as Arp 147. The galaxy at left is relatively undisturbed apart from a smooth ring of

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717

The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717
This composite image shows the massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717.5+3745 (MACS J0717, for short), where four separate galaxy clusters have been involved in a collision

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Ring Nebula M57, Hubble image C017 / 3725

Ring Nebula M57, Hubble image C017 / 3725
Ring Nebula (M22, NGC 6720). Combined images from the Subaru Telescope and Hubble Space telescope of the Ring Nebula M57. The Ring nebula is a planetary nebula lying around 2300 light years

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Interacting galaxies NGC 5257 and 5258

Interacting galaxies NGC 5257 and 5258
Interacting galaxies NGC 5257 and NGC 5258. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image of two interacting spiral galaxies, collectively known as Arp 240

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image

Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image
Cigar galaxy (M82). Combined optical, infrared and X-ray image of the Cigar galaxy (M82). This image was obtained by combining data from three of NASAs Great Observatories, found in Earth orbit

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Newtons telescope, historical artwork

Newtons telescope, historical artwork
Newtons telescope. Historical reproduction of a sketch by Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) of a reflecting telescope and its components

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Helix nebula, planetary nebula

Helix nebula, planetary nebula
Helix nebula (NGC 7293), optical image. This is a planetary nebula, a series of shells of gas cast off from a Sun-like star towards the end of its life

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Keck I and II telescopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii

Keck I and II telescopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Keck telescopes. Domes of the Keck I (at left) and Keck II optical telescopes seen at sunset at the Mauna Kea observatory in Hawaii, USA. The Orion constellation is seen above them in the sky

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Open star cluster NGC 3603, HST image

Open star cluster NGC 3603, HST image. The stars seen here are young stars, heating the gas and dust of the nebulae around them

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Whirlpool Galaxy

Whirlpool Galaxy (M51, NGC 5194), visible light image. The Whirlpool galaxy is locked in a gravitational interaction with the smaller irregular galaxy NGC 5195 (left of M51)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: George Calver, English instrument maker

George Calver, English instrument maker
George Calver (1834-1927) English scientific instrument maker. Calvers interest in astronomy began in childhood when his local clergyman showed him a reflecting telescope

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: M9 globular cluster, HST image

M9 globular cluster, HST image
M9 globular cluster, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image. Combined optical and infrared image of the Messier 9 (M9) globular star cluster

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Artwork of Hubble Space Telescope over Earth

Artwork of Hubble Space Telescope over Earth
Hubble Space Telescope. Computer artwork of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in orbit over Earth, facing a collage of images that are typical of those it produces

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Optical image of the Pleiades star cluster

Optical image of the Pleiades star cluster
Pleiades star cluster. True-colour optical image of the Pleiades open star cluster (M45, NGC 1432). This cluster is about 30 light years wide

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Royal Society endorsement of a lens-grinder, 1600s

Royal Society endorsement of a lens-grinder, 1600s
Opticians advertisement illustrated with Archimedes at a telescope, London, 1694. Hand-colored woodcut of a 17th-century illustration

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Advertisement, Thomas Harris, Opticians to the Royal Family

Advertisement, Thomas Harris, Opticians to the Royal Family
Advertisement, Thomas Harris & Son, Opticians to the Royal Family. 1841

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Carina Nebula features, HST image C013 / 5604

Carina Nebula features, HST image C013 / 5604
Carina Nebula features, HST image. These pillars of gas and dust within the Carina Nebula are Herbig-Haro Objects (HH 901 and HH 902)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: XMM-Newton telescope deployment

XMM-Newton telescope deployment
XMM-Newton deployment. Artwork showing the deployment of the XMM-Newton X-ray telescope from its Ariane 5 launch vehicle. This large satellite was deployed on 10th December`1999

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Seagull Nebula, composite image

Seagull Nebula, composite image. The image combines visible data and infrared data (orange). This star formation region is around 3500 light years distant on the borders of the constellations of

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: M22 Globular Star Cluster, Hubble image C017 / 3722

M22 Globular Star Cluster, Hubble image C017 / 3722
M14 Globular Star Cluster (NGC 6656). This globular cluster lies around 10, 400 light years from Earth in the constellation Sagittarius

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Roque de los Muchachos observatory, La Palma

Roque de los Muchachos observatory, La Palma
La Palma observatory. Panoramic view of the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory on La Palma in the Canary Islands. The observatory is located on the lip of a great volcanic caldera (right)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Supernova remnant IC 443, composite image

Supernova remnant IC 443, composite image. This is a combination of X-ray (blue), radio (green) and optical (red) data. A supernova remnant (SNR)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Quasar interacting with a companion galaxy

Quasar interacting with a companion galaxy
Interacting quasar. Hubble space telescope (HST) optical image of a quasar (bright, at centre) interacting with a companion galaxy. The galaxys core is at lower centre

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Mars

Mars, optical image. This image was taken when Mars was 68 million kilometres from Earth. The Martian summer in the northern hemisphere results in a large south polar ice cap (white, bottom)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Moon surface detail

Moon surface detail
Photograph of the south east portion of the moon taken through a 30 cm telescope from Orange, California. The four dark patches in the upper part of the photo are lava-filled basins called maria

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Overlapping galaxies, HST image

Overlapping galaxies, HST image
Overlapping galaxies. Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image of the overlapping galaxies known as 2MASX J00 The two objects are both spiral galaxies, with the outer rim of a small

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Stephans quintet

Stephans quintet. Optical image of Stephans quintet. This group of galaxies is 300 million light years from Earth in the constellation Pegasus

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Horsehead nebula

Horsehead nebula, optical image. The horsehead shape is caused by dark nebula Barnard 33 (B 33). This cloud of dust and gas obscures the light from the emission nebula IC 434 that lies behind

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Boomerang Nebula

Boomerang Nebula, Hubble Space Telescope image. This is a bipolar reflection nebula, where gas and dust surrounding a star are shining by reflected light

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Observatories on Mauna Kea

Observatories on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, at sunrise. Left to right they are: Caltech Submillimeter Observatory, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, Submillimeter Array, Subaru Telescope

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Optical photo of Andromeda galaxy & its satellites

Optical photo of Andromeda galaxy & its satellites
Optical photo of M31 with companions M32 (NGC 221) and NGC 205. Photographed with 48-inch Schmidt telescope, Mt Palomar

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Spiral galaxy M74

Spiral galaxy M74, optical image. The galaxy is seen face-on from Earth, allowing the structure of its spiral arms to be studied

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Spain, Canary Islands, La Palma, Garafia, Roque de los Muchachos

Spain, Canary Islands, La Palma, Garafia, Roque de los Muchachos, Nordic Optical Telescope above the clouds

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Lord Rosse's Great Reflecting Telescope, at Parsonstown, Ireland, 1853 (cotton, brass)

Lord Rosse's Great Reflecting Telescope, at Parsonstown, Ireland, 1853 (cotton, brass)
7340081 Lord Rosse's Great Reflecting Telescope, at Parsonstown, Ireland, 1853 (cotton, brass) by British School, (19th century); 118.3x89.2 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: An allegory of optics, representing an eye in the center of a star, 1820 (etching)

An allegory of optics, representing an eye in the center of a star, 1820 (etching)
MMM5477354 An allegory of optics, representing an eye in the center of a star, 1820 (etching); National Maritime Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: An allegory of optics)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Airy's transit circle telescope, 1850 (photo)

Airy's transit circle telescope, 1850 (photo)
7340621 Airy's transit circle telescope, 1850 (photo) by British School, (19th century); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: A 19th century telescope on an equatorial mount

A 19th century telescope on an equatorial mount
3252984 A 19th century telescope on an equatorial mount; (add.info.: A 19th century telescope on an equatorial mount. From Enciclopedia Ilustrada Segui, published c. 1900)

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: The 100 cm (40 in) refracting telescope in the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin

The 100 cm (40 in) refracting telescope in the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, United States of America
3473184 The 100 cm (40 in) refracting telescope in the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, United States of America, from Meyers Lexicon, pub

Background imageTelescopes Optical Framed Print Collection: Prisms and lenses: Dutch actor Jacob Metzu (Jacques Metius) discovered the telescope by chance in

Prisms and lenses: Dutch actor Jacob Metzu (Jacques Metius) discovered the telescope by chance in 1609
ELD4933575 Prisms and lenses: Dutch actor Jacob Metzu (Jacques Metius) discovered the telescope by chance in 1609, watching his son playing with concave and convex lenses



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Telescopes Optical Framed Print Collection

Telescopes Optical are an important tool in. They allow us to observe distant objects in the universe, such as stars, galaxies, and other celestial bodies. They use lenses or mirrors to collect light from a distant object and focus it onto a detector. This allows us to study the structure of these objects and learn more about them and are be used to measure distances between stars and galaxies, as well as detect planets orbiting other stars and can even be used for communication with spacecrafts that are too far away for radio waves to reach them. They have been instrumental in our understanding of the universe around us, providing invaluable data that has led to new discoveries about our place in the cosmos.
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The Telescopes Optical collection from Media Storehouse offers a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and wonder of space exploration science. Featuring high-quality images captured by some of the world's most advanced telescopes, our collection includes breathtaking views of distant galaxies, nebulas, stars, and planets. Whether you're an astronomy enthusiast or simply appreciate the awe-inspiring beauty of our universe, these prints are sure to captivate your imagination. From colorful depictions of supernovas to detailed close-ups of planetary surfaces, each piece in our collection is a testament to humanity's ongoing quest for knowledge about our place in the cosmos. With a range of sizes and framing options available, these prints make excellent additions to any home or office decor. So why not bring a little bit of outer space into your life with the Telescopes Optical collection from Media Storehouse?
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What are Telescopes Optical (Space Exploration Science) art prints?

Telescopes Optical art prints are high-quality reproductions of stunning astronomical images captured by telescopes. These prints showcase the beauty and wonder of space, allowing viewers to appreciate the intricacies of our universe from a unique perspective. The images featured in these prints range from breathtaking views of distant galaxies to detailed close-ups of planets within our own solar system. These art prints are perfect for anyone with an interest in astronomy or space exploration, as well as those who simply appreciate beautiful artwork. They make great additions to any home or office, adding a touch of sophistication and intrigue to any room. We offer a wide selection of Telescopes Optical art prints, each printed on high-quality paper using state-of-the-art printing technology. With so many options available, there is sure to be a print that captures your imagination and inspires you every time you look at it.
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What Telescopes Optical (Space Exploration Science) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of telescope optical (space exploration science) art prints that are perfect for space enthusiasts and collectors alike. You can choose from stunning images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, as well as other telescopes used in space exploration missions. These prints showcase breathtaking views of galaxies, nebulae, stars, planets, and other celestial bodies. Whether you're looking for a beautiful piece to display in your home or office or searching for an educational tool to inspire young minds about the wonders of our universe, we have something for everyone. Our collection includes high-quality prints on various materials such as canvas and fine art paper. Some popular options include "Pillars of Creation" by Hubble Space Telescope and "The Orion Nebula" by Spitzer Space Telescope. With so many amazing choices available at Media Storehouse, you're sure to find the perfect telescope optical print that will leave you awestruck every time you look at it.
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To buy Telescopes Optical art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our online collection of images and select the ones that catch your eye. Once you have chosen the prints you want to purchase, add them to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be asked for your shipping information and payment details. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their art prints, so make sure to choose the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a range of other space-themed products such as posters, canvas prints, and phone cases. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing Telescopes Optical art prints from Media Storehouse, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer service team who will be happy to assist you with any queries or issues you may have.
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How much do Telescopes Optical (Space Exploration Science) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Telescopes Optical art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of these prints will depend on factors such as the size, framing options and the type of paper used for printing. Our collection includes high-quality images captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and other space exploration missions. Our Telescopes Optical art prints are perfect for anyone who is interested in astronomy or wants to add a touch of outer space to their home or office decor. These stunning prints showcase the beauty and wonder of our universe, from distant galaxies to colorful nebulae. We take pride in offering affordable pricing without compromising on quality, ensuring that everyone can enjoy these breathtaking works of art. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large canvas, we have something to suit every budget and taste.
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We take great care in delivering your Telescopes Optical art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your print arrives in perfect condition. Your print will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted delivery partners who have years of experience in handling delicate items like artwork. Once your order is dispatched, you will receive an email notification with tracking information so that you can keep track of its progress. We understand the importance of timely delivery and strive to get your order to you as quickly as possible without compromising on quality or safety. Our team is always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about your order. Rest assured that when you purchase from us, your Telescopes Optical art prints will be delivered safely and securely right to your doorstep.