The Jupiter Calendar is a 2018 design diary. The product's packaging is vacuum sealed foil, inside of which lie two research materials, the calendars themselves, and a 12-piece poster series that illustrates the various moons in intriguing compositions. We've compiled a comprehensible material for amateur astronomers, and anyone interested in astronomy, which explains Jupiter's set of moons in an easily understandable manner. The data of the researches and their depictions with graphic symbols are printed with black on tracing paper, while the posters are printed, also with black, on silver paper, on behalf of an elegant and consumable design. The photos of planet Jupiter were taken by the Juno space probe, which was launched towards Jupiter in 2011.
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