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The Mars Poster - Mars Wall Map from National Geographic

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The Mars Map Poster
Of course, the watermark is not present on the printed map.
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The Mars Poster

Availability: In stock


Choose between different finishes:

Product Name Price Qty
paper
Delivery time: 1-3 days
€23.90
laminated
Delivery time: 2-5 days
€31.90
framed pinboard (silver color)
Delivery time: 14-21 days
€171.90
framed magnetboard (silver color)
Delivery time: 14-21 days
€211.90
Incl. 7% VAT, Excl. shipping

Details

Mars as Poster by National Geographic - double sided printed

We already know that there are no green males on the planet Mars. Learn more about Mars with this beautiful poster from National Geographic!

Mars, also known as the Red Planet, is the fourth planet in the solar system (viewed from the sun). On this beautifully designed and double sided printed map you will find mountains like the Olympus Mons, with 28 kilometers the highest peak in the solar system, as well as deep craters like Hellas Planitia, which marks the lowest point on Mars. There, once a meteorite hit, leaving a hole of 1,300 miles in diameter and five miles in depth.

This poster was created with more than 1,000 pictures taken with the Mars Orbiter camera. This gives you a spectacular view of this Earth-like planet. Many interesting information about Mars make this beautiful card complete.

If you order a pinboard or magnetic wall, please tell us which side of this map should be visible.

Additional Information

SKU 100083_
EAN 9780792280965
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 2012
Language english
Size ca. 79 x 51 cm
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