Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)
Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)

Pale Blue Dot Poster: Voyager 1 (Revisited)

🚀 Premium Paper™ Poster

  • Premium Quality: Vibrant colors on superior poster paper
  • Long-lasting & Sturdy: Fade-resistant & sturdy finish
  • Practical: Quality over artistic feel
  • Ready to Frame: Delivered rolled & ready to frame (not incl.)

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AstroPanel™ Box:

⚡ Your amazing AstroPanel™ Poster
⚡ Wall Mounting Strips System
⚡ Installation Instructions
⚡ Surprise sticker
⚡ A frame is not required, although it can be used

Fine Art™ Print Tube:

⚡ Your Print
⚡ Framing guide 
⚡ Surprise sticker

Paper Poster™ Tube:

⚡ Your Print
⚡ Framing guide

Frame not included (Poster/Fine Art) - Locate a nearby print framing studio for your convenience.

In our small family studio, each Astrography treasure is handcrafted just for you. While we prioritize stellar quality over speed, forgive us if we're a tad tardy. Your order should zoom your way in 4-7 days working days (International Post 14-30 days). Delays? Holidays, global events, or distant locations might be the culprits. If a change of heart strikes, send it back within 14 days, no questions. Dive into our Shipping & Returns page for details. Your trust means the universe to us! 🚀

Pale Blue Dot: Voyager 1 (Revisited) - Iconic Cosmic Perspective, Enhanced for the Modern Age

Reacquaint yourself with a profound piece of history with the Pale Blue Dot Revisited print, an enhanced version of the iconic photograph of Earth taken on February 14, 1990, by NASA’s Voyager 1. 

Captured from an astonishing distance of 3.7 billion miles (6 billion kilometers) from the Sun, the original image inspired the title of scientist Carl Sagan's book, "Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space." In this profound narrative, Sagan wrote, "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us."

A Modern Take on a Classic Image

In 2020, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the original image, NASA published a new version: Pale Blue Dot Revisited. Utilizing modern image processing techniques, this version maintains the integrity of the original data while enhancing brightness levels and colors to better highlight Earth.

The image appears brighter and less grainy, with the Earth standing out within a scattered ray of sunlight. Voyager 1’s unique vantage point shows Earth as a tiny point of light, about a pixel in size, emphasizing our place in the vast cosmos.

Carl Sagan's Visionary Perspective

Carl Sagan, one of the most influential and revered astrophysicists and authors, used this image to highlight humanity's place in the universe. His poignant reflections on the Pale Blue Dot serve as a powerful reminder of the interconnectedness of all living things on Earth and our responsibility to cherish and protect our home.

Experience Carl Sagan's Iconic Message

Notable for his impassioned advocacy for science and space exploration, Carl Sagan's voice continues to inspire through his evocative video narration on the significance of the Pale Blue Dot.  and feel the profound words resonate as you gaze upon this iconic image.

A Piece of Space History for Your Space

Hang this extraordinary poster in your home, office, or educational space to bring a piece of space history into your life. Perfect for space enthusiasts, educators, and anyone inspired by the vastness of the cosmos, this print will serve as a daily reminder of humanity's humble place in the universe.

Inspire Wonder and Reflection

With the Pale Blue Dot Revisited poster, spark impactful conversations, ignite curiosity, and inspire a profound sense of wonder and reflection about our place in the cosmos.

This image is not just a photograph; it is a timeless reminder of Earth's fragility and the unity of all life on our "pale blue dot."

Credits: NASA


AstroPanel™: Ready-to-Hang Universe

Transform your space with our eye-catching strip-mounted AstroPanel™ Poster! Crafted from premium materials and High-Density Composite panel, this modern masterpiece promises exceptional durability, vibrant colors, and unparalleled visual impact.

Forget about drilling and frame searching - your all-inclusive solution has arrived!

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Effortless Installation

With a tool-free mounting kit and strip-mounted design, hanging and swapping your artwork becomes both quick and convenient.

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Multi-Layer Print

Enjoy the visual impact of a multi-layer print that's not only eye-catching but also easy to clean and long-lasting.

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Durable & Lightweight

Constructed from lightweight and thick High-Density Composite, our product offers easy handling and exceptional durability.

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Superior Protection

A specialized polymer coating shields the AstroPanel from scratches, water, and UV light, ensuring lasting durability.

Fine Art™ Print

Experience the cosmos with Astrography™ Fine Art Print. Crafted with Giclée technology on heavyweight paper, it offers stunning deep space detail. This museum-grade, eco-friendly print is delivered ready to frame (not. inc.), turning any space into your personal galaxy.

Poster™ Print

Elevating beyond ordinary, mass-produced posters, our prints offer remarkable quality and finesse. Immerse in the vibrant space hues, accentuated by a refined satin finish. Ready for framing (not inc.), these pieces blend seamlessly with any decor.

Super Happy Customers

We are immensely grateful to our fans for helping us become the leading global seller of space art. With our products reaching over 30,000 customers across 70 nations, your support has truly been invaluable.

Our Founder

Meet Jesion

Hey there, space enthusiasts! I’m Adam Jesionkiewicz, the founder of Astrography. A few years ago, I decided to step off the corporate ladder and follow my lifelong dream—immersing myself in the breathtaking beauty of the cosmos. Astrography isn't just a business; it's a sanctuary for anyone captivated by the stars, planets, and galaxies far, far away.

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