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Andromeda's Stars Bookmark Business Cards

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Andromeda's Stars Bookmark Business Cards
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Mini, 3.0" x 1.0"
Signature UV Matte
  • 18 pt thickness/ 325 GSM
  • Bright white, matte finish
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Size: Mini Size Business Card, 3.0" x 1.0"

When it comes to your business, don't wait for opportunity, create it! Make a lasting impression with quality cards that WOW.

  • Dimensions: 3.0" x 1.0"
  • Full color CMYK print process
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Paper Type: Signature UV Matte

An upgrade from our Standard Matte, Signature UV Matte features a thicker and stiffer paper coated with a protective finish. It provides the perfect base for creating long-lasting, high-quality designs with robust color and detail.

  • 18 pt thickness/ 325 GSM
  • Bright white, matte finish
  • UV coating adds an additional layer of protection
  • Made and printed in the USA
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Andromeda's Stars Bookmark Business Cards
Andromeda's Stars Bookmark Business Cards. Two European Space Agency observatories combined forces to show the Andromeda Galaxy in a new light. Herschel sees rings of star formation in this, the most detailed image of the Andromeda Galaxy ever taken at infrared wavelengths, and XMM-Newton shows dying stars shining X-rays into space. ESA’s Herschel and XMM-Newton space observatories targeted the Andromeda Galaxy, the nearest large spiral galaxy, which like our own Milky Way contains several hundred billion stars. This is the most detailed far-infrared image of the Andromeda Galaxy ever taken and clearly shows that more stars are on their way. In this image, Herschel’s infrared image of the Andromeda Galaxy shows rings of dust that trace gaseous reservoirs where new stars are forming and XMM-Newton’s X-ray image shows stars approaching the ends of their lives. Both infrared and X-ray images convey information impossible to collect from the ground because these wavelengths are absorbed by Earth’s atmosphere. Image Credit: ESA/Herschel/PACS/SPIRE/J.Fritz, U.Gent/XMM-Newton/EPIC/W. Pietsch, MPE
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