BOGI FABIAN

Multiluminous 3-in-1 GLOW IN THE DARK PRINTS BY BOGI FABIAN
Art - Even when the lights go down

Pismis 24, Pismis 24-1 (vertical)

Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
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Star cluster Pismis 24  cover shop.jpg
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
Glow in the dark print Bogi Fabian Universe astronomy NASA star cluster Pismis 24 Hubble Space telescope
NIGHT Star cluster Pismis 24  cover shop.jpg
UV Star cluster Pismis 24  cover shop.jpg
Star cluster Pismis 24  cover shop.jpg

Pismis 24, Pismis 24-1 (vertical)

from 140.00

GLOW IN THE DARK CANVAS PRINT
”Glowing Hubble Space Telescope Collection”
DAYLIGHT / UVLIGHT / DARKNESS
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"Pismis 24, Pismis 24-1 VERTICAL FORMAT "
NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope - MULTILUMINOUS GLOWING PRINT

AVAILABLE SIZES: 
SMALL 70x40 cm // 27x15 inch // € 140
MEDIUM 110x70 cm // 43x27 inch // € 260
LARGE 150x90 cm // 59x35 inch // € 420
XL 240x150 cm // 94x59 inch // € 750

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The "Pismis 24" is a special format, all sizes include a FREE UV tube which can be used in a neon lamp socket. 

All prints are rolled up and shipped in a protective tube.
The price does not include taxes and customs which may apply during the importation to your country. 

APPLICATION: 
The Multiluminous Collection is printed on durable artist canvas without frames, allowing you to choose how to display your canvas. It is up to you how you apply the prints, whether you stick, paste, fasten, glue, hang, nail, lay etc. them on any surface you can imagine. 

Night Glow effect: 
Used materials do not immediately re-emit the radiation they absorb. After absorbing visible sun light and UV-A 365 nm light, they can glow for several hours in the dark. All prints are rechargeable with any light source. The only exception is LED due to the fact that it is not strong enough. These materials are completely safe and non-radioactive. 
By using an UV light source you can enjoy the glowing version as long as you want.

UV effect: 
Used materials can absorb non-visible Light at UV-A, UV- B or UV-C region and emit visible light in the whole range of the visible spectra. In normal daylight conditions, the fluorescent materials are virtually invisible. However, on exposure to UV-A (365nm, black light), UV-B (300 nm), or UV-C (254 nm) the unique fluorescence colour becomes visible. These materials are completely safe and non-radioactive. 

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About the Object:
Name: Pismis 24, Pismis 24-1
Type: Milky Way : Star : Grouping : Cluster
Distance: 8000 light years
Constellation: Scorpius
Category:  Nebulae, Star Clusters

Image credit: NASA, ESA and Jesús Maíz Apellániz (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, Spain). Acknowledgement: Davide De Martin (ESA/Hubble)

The star cluster Pismis 24 lies in the core of the large emission nebula NGC 6357 that extends one degree on the sky in the direction of the Scorpius constellation. Part of the nebula is ionised by the youngest (bluest) heavy stars in Pismis 24. The intense ultraviolet radiation from the blazing stars heats the gas surrounding the cluster and creates a bubble in NGC 6357. The presence of these surrounding gas clouds makes probing into the region even harder.
Read more about the object:
http://spacetelescope.org/images/heic0619a/