“” NASA/JPL unveiled more than a dozen free and downloadable posters designed to get you thinking about space travel. NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Progam, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Look to science fiction and the retro futuristic designs of yesteryear and you’ll find an imaginative zeal for space exploration, a zeal that can be lacking in the nuts and bolts of real-time mission objectives. The spinning torus space stations of “2001: A Space Odyssey” and Donald E. Davis’ NASA-commissioned paintings simple wow us in ways that two hours of NASA TV never will. Luckily, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory knows the value of a little dream weaving. They’ve unleashed a suite of 14 travel posters aimed at inspiring new generations of innovators, engineers, scientists and explorers. Who wouldn’t want to visit Venus’ psychedelic Cloud 9 Observatory? Advertisement Advertisement “” One of NASA’s Visions of the Future posters NASA/JPL Or float the mysteries of Jupiter’s cloudscape? “” Another free, downloadable poster from NASA’s Vision of the Future series NASA/JPL If you prefer to keep your feet a bit more grounded, then consider a hike beneath the twin suns of Kepler 16-b. “” NASA’s Visions of the Future poster series doesn’t necessarily imagine all humans living… Read full this story
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