NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance
NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance

NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance

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  • Exclusive Astrography Studio design
  • Blends science, art and space exloration data.
  • Made using latest cutting edge printing technology
  • Gallery Fine Art: Giclee printed on premium ~310gsm paper with certified longevity 100+ yrs without fading
  • Classic Print: high quality eco-solvent poster printed on 200gsm paper
  • Every order is custom made just for you
  • Comes as a standard sized prints, framing not included
  • Rolled and delivered in a protective tube, 
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The Red Planet has been stimulating the imagination of scientists and dreamers about space exploration for years. However, before a human is able to put a foot on it, we must carefully examine this world, millions of kilometers away.

To achieve this, you need consistency and persistence in overcoming subsequent engineering challenges. The word Perseverance means tenacity. The mission itself is the outstanding work of human intelligence and technology that has been designed to learn more about Mars and perhaps find evidence of life in the planet’s distant past. The Mars 2020 project (Perseverance and Ingenuity rover) is already hailed as a milestone in space exploration by humanity.

To celebrate the Perseverance landing on Mars (February 18, 2021) and keep it in mind, we’ve designed a unique poster featuring mission highlights along with an EDL (Entry, Descent, and Landing) plan. It is also an expression of our appreciation for the great genius of all scientists who are working on this revolutionary project. – Adam Jesionkiewicz

NASA Mars 2020 – which is the official name of this scientific mission, was created as a twin platform to the Curiosity rover, which has been studying the surface of the red planet since 2012. Its main goal is to expand our understanding of how future explorers will be able to use this planet’s resources to build a self-sustaining colony on Mars. One of the main tasks of the Perseverance rover is to understand how to deal with Martian dust, which is fine enough to destroy even the most secure devices, and how to optimally use the carbon dioxide in the Martian atmosphere to produce oxygen.

Certainly, one of the mission’s most imaginative goals is the search for biosignatures, that is, any signs of possible past life of microbes. The rover will explore the bottom and the rocks of Jezero Crater, which are known to retain such signatures for a very long time.

Mobile Martian Laboratory

The Perseverance rover has 7 scientific instruments on board, each with its own specialized task. Those are:

  • Mastcam-Z – the advanced camera system will be used to create panoramic images of the Mars surface and allow for the possibility of mineralogical analysis.
  • SuperCam – it will perform precise analyses of the chemical and mineral composition of rocks.
  • Planetary Instrument for X-ray Litho Chemistry (PIXL) – X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, which will be used to perform surface elemental analyses.
  • SHERLOC – a spectrometer for the detection of organic compounds.
  • The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) – an experiment to test the technology for obtaining oxygen from the Martian atmosphere.
  • Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer (MEDA) – set of meteorological sensors.
  • The Radar Imager for Mars’ Subsurface Experiment (RIMFAX) – radar for penetrating the geological structures of Mars.

Another guest is traveling to Mars on board the rover. It is the Martian Ingenuity drone, which will make its first historic flight in a non-Earth atmosphere (to think that only 118 years have passed since the Wright brothers’ flight). The purpose of the nearly 2 kg “scout,” is to test the technology and help plan the best route for the rover.

Science and Art on Your Wall

The artistic poster combining art with science and education was designed by Adam Jesionkiewicz (founder of Astrography) based on the outstanding visualization of the Perseverance rover by Maciej Rebisz. It presents a high-resolution image of the rover, the accompanying Ingenuity drone, and a lot of technical data for the entire Mars 2020 mission.

Our print is available in two main variants: Poster and long-lasting, matte Fine Art. There is also a collector’s Limited Edition of 10 Fine Art gallery prints signed by the authors – Adam Jesionkiewicz and Maciej Rebisz.

  • Limited Edition Fine Art: very long-lived (100+ years) archival paper, with a visible noble structure, museum-class collector’s print, with a dry seal, signed with the handwritten signatures of the authors: Adam Jesionkiewicz and Maciej Rebisz – only 10 pieces, 100 x 140 cm in size. Each copy has a unique number – at the time of purchase, you can choose which serial number you want to receive (or from which number range).
  • Fine Art: Premium matte archival paper with a velvety, non-reflecting surface.
  • Poster: high-quality poster paper (semi-gloss) without a certificate of longevity, for people who do not expect artistic impressions from printing

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