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Don’t Miss a Great Deal on These Stunning Space Prints

Don’t Miss a Great Deal on These Stunning Space Prints

If you’d like to adorn your home with world-class art that captures your love for the infinite wonder of space, we found a deal worthy of your walls and your wallet.

Space-print-aso7AS07-08-1933 was taken in 1968 from the Apollo 7 spacecraft.

The folks over at 20×200 have one very clear goal that drives their site: “It’s art for everyone.” Right now through this Sunday you can grab some of their absolutely stunning prints from their wonderful “Space Editions” collection and get an extra 25% off their already affordable prices.

Black-Marble-asiaBlack Marble Asia-The Black Marble images (so popular that NASA created a new app, Worldview) were collected over nine days in April 2012, and 13 days in October 2012.

This is a great way to decorate your home or dorm room with some truly out-of-this-world art, without blowing up your wallet like it was hit by the Death Star. As they say, “We’re as meticulous with our $24 prints as we are with our $10,000 pieces, lavishing attention on the details every step of the way,” so you can get some big time beauty without the big time costs.

city-lights-united-statesCity Lights United States of America – “Nothing tells us more about the spread of humans across the Earth than city lights.”

I mean, look at these shots. They are gorgeous, and range from images of the beauty of space to shots of celestial events right here on our own planet to original art created to visualize mankind’s dreams of the future.

SoyuzLandingThe Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan on Thursday, March 12, 2015.

We have even more prints in the gallery below, but make sure you head over to see them all, and just make sure when you head to the checkout page you put in the code “ROCKETEER” to get the discount.

ISS030 star trails created with iss030e271476 thru iss030e271523A composite of a series of images photographed from a mounted camera on the International Space Station, approximately 240 miles above Earth.

Space might be infinite, but that doesn’t mean your budget is, and with Christmas right around the corner this could help knock a few people off of your to-do list.

Which image from their “Space Editions” collection is your favorite? Blast off in our comments section below.

Images and descriptions courtesy of 20×200

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