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Stars // Rainbow Star Field Dark Galaxy fabric by stars_and_stones on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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11.31in x 11.24in, 150 pixels/inch,
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By Carly J. Cais

I love natural gemstones, landscapes, and the raw beauty of the stars. So I create repeating photo patterns featuring my star photography, landscape photography, photographs taken by NASA's Hubbell Space Telescope, and my macro photography of gemstones.

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Description:

Rainbow-colored field of stars on a black background. A photo NASA's Hubbell Space Telescope, designed as a full repeating pattern.

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stars_a...

stars_and_stones says: @tanguera79 That's awesome! I hope it will look amahhhhzing! I've never heard of the Dresden Files...had to Google it...but they look totally cool. I hope your husband loves the robe!

Posted 11 months ago.

tanguera79

tanguera79 says: Ordered a swatch and my husband loves it! Going to make him a robe with this as the sleeves and hood. Any chance you are a Dresden Files fan? ;)

Posted 12 months ago.

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stars_and_stones says: Are they really?! How cool! I didn't really know - the original was a photo I'd purchased from NASA, but there was no description on the photo at all. What a great bit of info - thanks loriearte!

Posted almost 5 years ago.

loriearte

loriearte says: Those are actually galaxies!!! This was dubbed "The most important picture ever taken", The Ultra Deep Field. It's fascinating. Every single speck in that photo is an enormous galaxy just like our Milky Way. A bit shocking when you try to put it all into perspective. Not taking into account, that this photo was captured zooming into a small blank area of space for 11 days. Our universe is absolutely amazing. Sorry for geeking out, but it's my favorite photo of all time! :)

Posted about 5 years ago.