Being a space enthusiast, I introduced our grandson to the night sky when he was two years old and to begin with, the solar system with this banner across his room. He knew and recognized the planets right away. This collage includes up-to-date NASA images, along with some historical images of spacecraft along with Art from the Soul artwork with the latest discoveries including the ice jets on Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, aurora on Jupiter, rings around Uranus, and more. I decided to add the International Space Station, The Hubble Space Telescope, The Space Shuttle, and way out at the end of the banner, Voyager1. Little kids do love to see spacecraft plus it shows some semblance of intelligence on the third planet. I threw in a comet for good measure. I also added the Cassini Space Craft around Saturn though now de-orbited.
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Hi Julie! You should have seen Bryan's face when the banner was opened! A great success! Thank you so much for creating such a beautiful image! (He knows not to touch it - really :) Looking forward to finding a frame and displaying it in his room. Love, Suzie
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