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Choose from 805 pictures in our Center collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Core of Omega Centauri globular cluster Featured Print

Core of Omega Centauri globular cluster

Core of Omega Centauri globular cluster (NGC 5139), Hubble Space Telescope image. Globular clusters are spherical clusters of very old stars, about 12 billion years old, that are tightly bound by gravity and orbit a dense central core. This cluster is the largest globular star cluster found orbiting the Milky Way. This image shows an area 50 light years across and containing around 2 million stars. The entire cluster is 150 light years across and contains some 10 million stars. Omega Centauri is around 18, 000 light years from Earth, in the constellation Centaurus. This image, based on optical and infrared light, was obtained in June 2002 with the Advanced Camera for Surveys.

© Nasa/Esa/Hubble Heritage Team (stsci/Aura)/Science Photo Library

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 Featured Print

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 (MSN 243), (the letter O denotes Obsolete), modified as JC-131B test-bed. Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in January 1971 and sed for zero gravity astronaut training, named Sine Gravitate. With windows removed and two Solar T41 APUs in underwing pylon-mounted pods, this JC-131B was the original Vomit Comet. Disposed of to MASDC (Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center) at Davis-Monthan Air Base in Arizona, sold and placed on the civil registry as N3782V. The registration was cancelled on 12 August 2003. Date: 1970s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Artist's concept of an astronaut falling towards a black hole in outer space Featured Print

Artist's concept of an astronaut falling towards a black hole in outer space

Artist's concept of an astronaut falling towards a black hole in outer space. Gamma Rays erupt from the poles as a nearby nebula is pulled in.

© Marc Ward/Stocktrek Images

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