Sputnik 1: Art Print

Sputnik 1 is not the Earth’s largest satellite (that distinction goes to the Moon), but it is the first artificial satellite to be launched from Earth. The Soviet Union put Sputnik into low-earth orbit on October 4, 1957 from what is now the Baikonur Cosmodrome, and this was a pivotal first step into humankind’s journey towards the stars.

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All prints are made to order and printed on either heavyweight, high quality white archival paper in either our classic pearlized lustre or fine art cotton paper and shipped rolled in sturdy, protective packaging.
Processing time is generally between 2-3 business days. Shipping time is additional. Frame is not included

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ABOUT OUR ART PRINTS

Fine art cotton

Made of cotton hot-pressed fibers, the matte finish holds color beautifully. Archival quality and heavy stock.

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Pearlized Lustre

The soft pearly finish makes white brighter and colors richer. Also archival quality.


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Each item has been hand-selected by John de Lancie


Funding exploration

Proceed of each sale donated to the Planetary Society


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Sometimes packages get lost or damaged. If they do, we’ll make it right


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Free shipping in the U.S. and flat $7 worldwide


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