One in a series of posters created by artists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory that capture the retro spirit of advertisements created in the 1930s and 40s to promote tourist spots in the U.S. National Parks such as Yellowstone.
The discovery of Enceladus’ icy jets and their role in creating Saturn’s E-ring is one of the top findings of the Cassini mission to Saturn. Further Cassini mission discoveries revealed strong evidence of a global ocean and the first signs of potential hydrothermal activity beyond Earth – making this tiny Saturnian moon one of the leading locations in the search for possible life beyond Earth.
Ideal for framing!
Poster measures 420 mm wide by 594 mm tall. Printed on sturdy 170g/m² art print paper and delivered rolled in a cardboard tube. Image courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech.