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NASA might not have an active Space Shuttle program right now, but that isn’t stopping them from tapping into our collective imagination when it comes to worlds unknown. We haven’t been to Mars, Titan, Venus, Europa or Jupiter except in film and fantasy, and neither has anything human, but that hasn’t stopped The Studio at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory from imagining what those locales might look like for their Exoplanet Travel Bureau posters. Recently updated to bring the total count to 14, each one of the posters is available to download (and print because JPL has an awesome image use policy).

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