Astronomical Events

The wonders of nature are always a welcome sight, whether in reality or in the form of images. Some of nature's most gorgeous spectacles are present in the Photowall category of astroRead morenomical events wall murals. Make these most prominent and famous astronomical events a permanent fixture in your home, office or any other space you are looking to fix up. Astronomical events wall murals are richly detailed, occupied by marvelous natural colours and guaranteed to provide maximum visual weight, deep interest and emotional impact. These images offer magnificent delights not just for sky-watchers, but also to the newbies and those who just love to have a gorgeous sight in their residential, corporate or recreational area. The power and fascination with these astronomical events wall murals is palpable and will turn your room into an extraordinary location for you, your family, friends and colleagues.

First in astronomical events wall murals

The northern lights, also called the aurora borealis, appear when tiny particles stream out from the sun and hit Earth’s atmosphere. These particles give some of their energy to atoms and molecules of gases in the upper atmosphere, but the atoms and molecules cannot hold its energy. They quickly give it off as another kind of energy, which becomes the colours of light that we call the aurora. You can also see it in astronomical events wall murals such as "Northern Light - Purple Sky", a magnificent wall decor that will revitalize any home or office. These lights occur most often around the North Pole and South Pole because the incoming particles have an electric charge. Essentially, the atmosphere basically acts as a gigantic neon sign. "Northern Light over Troms Coast, Norway" is another absolutely stunning astronomical events wall mural that illustrates how truly breathtaking seeing something like this can be. If you want to go more subtle, look at the black and white masterpiece that "Nordic Lights".

Total eclipse of the heart

An eclipse is basically when one celestial object moves in front of another one. There are merely two types of eclipses, solar and lunar. This can be seen in the astronomical events wall mural named "Geography of the Heavens III". Solar eclipses occur when the moon moves directly between the earth and sun, where the latter totally or partially disappears for a period of time. The aptly titled "Solar Eclipse" is an astronomical events wall mural that depicts this phenomenon almost exactly how you would actually observe in the real world. A lunar eclipse takes place when the moon crosses the earth's shadow, causing the moon to disappear from the sky for a certain amount of time. During a total lunar eclipse, the blotted-out moon reappears for a short time, looking reddish-brown. This is because some of the sunlight that reaches Earth is scattered back by our atmosphere. You can see almost the entire process in the astronomical events wall mural called "Lunar Eclipse".

Astronomical events wall murals and their impact

People have looked up at the sky for the presence of the sun, the stars or moon, since the beginning of time. There are countless variations of how different cultures interpreted these celestial bodies. They have acted as the link between civilizations and their gods, as well as a working calendar. This is also why astronomical events wall murals are the ideal tool to capture the allure and the beauty of the sky up above us. Whether or not you are feeling inspired to learn about the wonders of the sky, the solar system, and all the science behind it, astronomical events wall murals are the focal point you have been striving for. From real-life photographs that make you feel like you are actually witnessing these phenomena live, to works of art that shine a more artistic light on these wonders of the natural world, Photowall has it all laid out for you. "Colorful Northern Lights" is a perfect example of the former, while "Final Frontier Nebula One" is more of the latter. Either way, you have the ideal wall decoration in the form of these astronomical events wall murals.
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