You would think that the plot of 2020 is entirely from a horror movie, which is forgivable, and we have not even reached Halloween yet. To celebrate the scariest day of this Saturday, NASA displayed a series of scary posters depicting real interstellar phenomena. Moreover, these are not real skills, but a real enjoyment.
These designs can be easily passed on to real vintage movie posters, including a dead galaxy, an explosive gamma-ray burst, and dark matter that everyone loves. Like all the best print ads, these designs are multifaceted-not only fun, but also enjoyable and educational.
Dark matter chills the spine, the cemetery of the Milky Way decays over time, the gamma-ray ghoul blinds and sparkles with a beam of doom… Are you ready for #NASAHalloween? 😈✨ Download our latest @NASAExoplanets poster: https://t.co/NToKqn9UwY pic.twitter.com/1RRCaPhZ9IO October 27, 2020
Together with each illustrated poster, it describes the horror phenomenon it depicts. Take the Milky Way Cemetery as an example. It is “a galaxy that mysteriously stopped making stars billions of years after the Big Bang”. Now there are rotting stars everywhere, and “dark matter” is described as “the complex that forms our bones.” Mesh. Universe”. Because what is more terrible than a giant spider web in space?
“One thing I really like about these posters is that if you spend some time researching art and then learn more about these topics, you will find that the artists have a lot of ideas about these posters. They are made to highlight science. The choice.” Jason Rhodes, an astrophysicist who consulted on the project, said in a blog on NASA’s website.
These posters were produced by the NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program Office at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. You can download the entire series from NASA’s website, called “Horror Galaxy”. Other designs include “Burst of Fury” (dust covered with radiation) and “Terror Rain” (clouds covered with glass).
Okay, these new Halloween horror movie space posters from @NASA are very good (also available for download in Spanish!) https://t.co/BQWsSnamSR pic.twitter.com/LHp9IwwdpFO October 26, 2020
How cool is this science nerd? Check out the @NASA Horror Galaxy poster. #Halloween#GalaxyofHorror https://t.co/6GxOzV3mQHO October 27, 2020
Like many people on Twitter, we are big fans of posters – not only beautifully displayed posters, but also a truly inventive method that encourages interaction with some incredible scientific wonders. Indeed, they say that no one in space can hear your screams-judging from these posters, there are many screams.