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Hubble Space Telescope 2020 Wall Calendar
Hubble Space Telescope 2020 Wall Calendar

This calendar is filled with stunning images of the universe that surrounds us, captured by the marvelous Hubble Space Telescope. If you are a simple star-gazer, are nutty about nebulae or have ever been called milky-way mad this calendar is a must for you. Produced via environmentally friendly processes, using chlorine free FSC-certified paper and vegetable-based inks, this beautifully photographed 16-month 12' x 12' wall calendar includes an additional page featuring smaller grids of the months September, October, November and December. This wall calendar is produced in English format.

Space Hubble Telescope Special Edition 2020 Wall Calendar
Space Hubble Telescope Special Edition 2020 Wall Calendar

From its perch outside our planet's distorting atmosphere, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope began seizing the faintest light from the far side of the universe in 1990. Not since 1609, when Galileo Galilei directed his telescope to the heavens, has any event so changed our understanding of the cosmos. Hubble provides breathtaking high-resolution images of objects both near and far, from our own solar system to the most distant galaxies and nebulae. On the ground, specialists painstakingly clean and color the black-and-white photographs to help distinguish details our eyes could never perceive at such a distance. Each of this calendar's twelve images is accompanied by a description of the celestial phenomenon depicted. Important dates in the history of space exploration, as well as this year's eclipses and major meteor showers, are noted throughout.

Hubble Space Telescope 2020 Calendar
Hubble Space Telescope 2020 Calendar

EXPAND YOUR WORLD AND MIND - Hubble is able to look deep into space and give us spectacular images that has allowed us to take giant leaps in understanding the universe. Each image in our 2020 calendar contains a detailed paragraph about the deep space image with many seeming more like science fiction than science fact.