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Artwork Showing Voyager 2's View of Uranus

By Julian Baum

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This artwork, by Julian Baum, shows Voyager 2's view of Uranus twelve hours after its closest approach to the planet, on 24/Jan/86. Uranus is one of the four great gas giants. It is unique in that its equator, along with its moons and tenuous ring system, is tilted at 98 degrees to the plane of the Solar System. Because of this, Voyager's encounter with the planet and its satellites lasted only about six hours. It also means that in alternate seasons Uranus' poles and equator in turn face the Sun. Uranus orbits the Sun once in 84 years and, at present, the planet's south pole faces the Sun, in the midst of a 21 year long summer. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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This artwork, by Julian Baum, shows Voyager 2's view of Uranus twelve hours after its closest approach to the planet, on 24/Jan/86. Uranus is one of the four great gas giants. It is unique in that its equator, along with its moons and tenuous ring system, is tilted at 98 degrees to the plane of the Solar System. Because of this, Voyager's encounter with the planet and its satellites lasted only about six hours. It also means that in alternate seasons Uranus' poles and equator in turn face the Sun. Uranus orbits the Sun once in 84 years and, at present, the planet's south pole faces the Sun, in the midst of a 21 year long summer. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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This artwork, by Julian Baum, shows Voyager 2's view of Uranus twelve hours after its closest approach to the planet, on 24/Jan/86. Uranus is one of the four great gas giants. It is unique in that its equator, along with its moons and tenuous ring system, is tilted at 98 degrees to the plane of the Solar System. Because of this, Voyager's encounter with the planet and its satellites lasted only about six hours. It also means that in alternate seasons Uranus' poles and equator in turn face the Sun. Uranus orbits the Sun once in 84 years and, at present, the planet's south pole faces the Sun, in the midst of a 21 year long summer. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Artwork Showing Voyager 2's View of Uranus

By Julian Baum

24" x 18" Photographic Print
$47.99
$33.59
Ships in 1-2 days
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