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Beautify your home or work place with archival quality prints from Celestial Wonders!

M42 - Great Orion Nebula
M31 - Andromeda Galaxy
M45 - Pleiades Nebula
Horse Head and Flame Nebulae
NGC2239 - Rosette Nebula
Nebulae of Orion
M83 - Southern Pinwheel Galaxy
NGC5128 - Centaurus A Galaxy
M27 - Dumbell Nebula
Milky Way in Cygnus
Crescent Moon
Gibbous Moon
Full Moon
Inverse Full Moon

Ordering Instructions

To order prints, simply select the size of print you want and click "Add to Cart". On the shopping cart page you can change the Quantity, Proceed to Checkout, or Continue Shopping. If you click "Continue Shopping" you are returned to this page. Clicking "Proceed to Checkout" takes you to the PayPal website where you can either log into PayPal, or if you do not have a PayPal account, you can pay by any of credit cards shown below in the PayPal logo. Your order will be processed when I receive payment. Prints generally ship the next business day after payment is received. Please allow 1 to 3 weeks for delivery.
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Frequently Asked

Q: Why is my print cropped? I thought it would look just like the image on your website?

A: I print what are called "full bleed" prints. This means that some minimum cropping may be required to fill the area for the print size you order. All major print shops do the same. What is different about my service is that I try to crop the image so that "interesting" details are not lost. This is usually not a problem with most astro-photos where the outlying areas are "uninteresting".

Q: I don't see some of the larger format print sizes in the drop down box. What's up?

A: Most professional printers will not even consider printing a photo if the resolution is less than 150 pixels per inch (ppi). I am not quite as picky, but some of my older images are low resolution and may not hold up well to much enlargement. The sizes I have provided here are my recommendations for the particular image of interest. However, the customer is always right, so if you would like a larger image, I will, of course, print one for you. Please email me and tell me the image and size you desire and I will email you an invoice. The only caveat is that if you order an oversized print I reserve the right to waive the return policy. Fair enough?

Q: Speaking of which, what is your return policy?

A: I want you to be a happy customer. If you are not satisfied with your order, please send me an email stating your reason for return. Payment will be refunded if I have been notified beforehand and the item is returned within 14 days in undamaged condition.

Q: Hmmm, there are a lot of images on your website that are not offered here. Are prints available for other images on your site?

A: Yes, of course. It is not my policy to turn away good business :) ! The prints listed on this page represent the most popular images on my website. However, I am willing to offer to make a print for any image on my website. Please email me and state the name of the image (the URL would be most helpful), and your desired size and quantity. I will validate that the image resolution will hold up to the desired size and send you an invoice via reply email.

Q: Do you provide custom print sizes?

A: Yes. I can provide prints up to 30x60 inches if you so desire. Please email me and specify the custom width and/or height. If you specify both a height and a width please indicate if you want the image cropped to fit the custom dimensions. Please see the previous warning about oversized prints.

Q: How are these images created? Are you a professional?

A: Every image on my website is captured and processed with amateur equipment by yours truly. I do not consider myself a professional in that I do not earn my living through astrophotography (I know of only a few individuals who do). I have been involved in astronomy ever since I had the ability to look up and wonder, but have been keenly involved in astrophotography for over 7 years. I would estimate that I spend a minimum of 10 hours on each image I produce, with the average being around 20 hours of effort. The hobby takes a great deal of patience and effort, but I think the results are very rewarding!