Liller 1 is a particularly interesting globular cluster, because unlike most of its kind, it contains a mix of very young and very old stars. Globular clusters typically house only old stars, some nearly as old as the Universe itself. Liller1 instead contains at least two distinct stellar populations with remarkably different ages: the oldest one is 12 billion years old and the youngest component is just 1-2 billion years old. This led astronomers to conclude that this stellar system was able to form stars over an extraordinarily long period of time.
- Not available in posters due to the panoramic size, so it is available as a print instead; which can be used as a poster. :)
- Canvases are traditional ready-to-hang canvases.
- The space photograph is included with frames and will be fully mounted and framed upon arrival. The print within the frame is printed on Fuji Archival paper, which makes photos pop as if it was taken in 3D! It also has a lifetime of over 100 years before it begins to fade.
- Please note that the image online is of lower quality and is NOT the image quality that will be printed. The image quality on print is far far greater than what appears within the example photos here online. :)
Liller 1 Globular Cluster
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