Forget about superheroes and meet the real ones – members of international space station crews! 2/29/2016 • Elizabeth Bandayrel
Have you known that NASA has a very interesting tradition of creating cool posters after each expedition to the ISS? They all are made in the style of movie posters and look really impressive. We will show you the best of them!
Some of the posters naturally allude to popular blockbusters about space like “Star Wars” or “The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy” while others hint unexpectedly at such movies as “Pirates of the Caribbean” or “The Matrix”, or even at the famous “Abbey Road” – the twelfth music album by the Beatles. Very creative, isn't it?
Expedition 16, The Matrix
Expedition 21, Star Trek
Expedition 26, Abbey Road
Expedition 29, Tron: Legacy
Expedition 30, Pirates of the Caribbean
Expedition 31, Transformers
Expedition 42, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Expedition 43, Metropolis
Expedition 45, Star Wars
Expedition 47, scheduled to begin in March, 2016
Expedition 48, scheduled to begin in June, 2016
What do you think about this NASA's tradition? What poster do you like most of all? Please tell us in the comments!
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