Give us some space (the cosmic kind).


Views of the extravehicular activity during STS 41-B, a 20x200 Space Edition

May is shaping up to be a spacey month, and not just ‘cuz our focus is lost to fantasizing about a post-pandemic summer. (Which reminds us: get your shots, folks!) There’s some cool cosmic action afoot too: Yesterday, 5/7 was National Space Day, NASA’s sample-collecting OSIRIS-REX spacecraft begins its return trip to Earth from the asteroid Bennu this Monday 5/10, there’s a supermoon on 5/26 and—because our Sun simply won’t be outdone—the pacific rim will also be treated to a spectacular total lunar eclipse that same evening. A Super Blood Moon! This calls for some celebratory space art.

Let's be honest—the DIY approach to documenting the beauty of celestial happenings usually leaves a little to be desired. (Ever try to take a pic of a sunset?) These artworks, however, really capture the exciting, inspiring awesomeness of outer space from all sorts of angles. Photographs shot by astronauts far above the Earth, artist renderings of imagined extraterrestrial futures, kaleidoscopic moon maps, history-making moments … it’s all in our collection of Space Editions. Permission to space out.

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200


Earthrise, a 20x200 Space Edition


AS11-40-5875 (Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. Flag), a 20x200 Space Edition


Expedition 42 Soyuz Landing, a 20x200 Space Edition


Torus Cutaway AC75-1086-1 5725, a 20x200 Space Edition


S68-49389, a 20x200 Space Edition



Blue Marble (Western Hemisphere), a 20x200 Space Edition

Gemini IV: Spacewalk I (S65-34635), a 20x200 Space Edition


jsc2012e052683 by Donald Pettit

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