Save to shopping list
Create a new shopping list
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster

Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster

  • We print our posters on two amazing types of papers.
  • Fine art is a heavyweight, museum quality, 100% cotton paper from Hahnemühle. Smooth matte is a premium, photographic, coated paper made in Germany.
27,00 €
incl. VAT
Compare
Free delivery to parcel machinesMore information
Smile - deliveries from online stores when ordered from €13.00 are free.

You buy and delivery is free!

deliveries from online stores are free when you order €13.00 .
Free delivery includes parcel delivery to a parcel machine
Do you need help?
Easy return of products within 30 days from the date of purchase without giving reasons
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Uranus - Planets of the Solar System v2 - poster
Paper:Smooth matte
Size:50 x 70 cm
Posters from the Astronomy series show all eight planets in the solar system and 5 dwarf planets in the solar system. They were made, especially at our request, by the artist from Krakow as a second series, showing the same planets in a different, original perspective. This poster shows Uranus. Uranus takes its name from the god of Greek mythology, Uranus. He was the ruler of the heavens, the first of the gods. This planet is spinning backwards on its axis. Its magnetic field is 3 times stronger than on our planet. Uranus's 11 rings are very fuzzy and hard to see from Earth. However, they are stronger than Jupiter's rings. Uranus owes its greenish color to methane clouds in the upper atmosphere. The temperature differences are not large and range from -208 ° C to -212 ° C. Uranium stands out among the gaseous giant in that it has no rock core. Its upper atmosphere consists mainly of hydrogen and helium, and its lower layers form methane clouds. Methane absorbs red light, which is why Uranus is green blue when viewed from space.
Ask for this product
If this description is not sufficient, please send us a question to this product. We will reply as soon as possible. Data is processed in accordance with privacy policy. By submitting data, you accept privacy policy provisions.
Write your opinion
Your opinion:
5/5
Add your own product photo:

We care about your privacy

This page uses cookie files to provide its services in accordance to Cookies Usage Policy. You can determine conditions of storing or access to cookie files in your web browser.

Close
pixelpixelpixelpixel