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Planet Mars Canvas Art
A full Mars. In this image the massive volcano Olympus Mons is clearly visible upper left of center, while at center are the three Tharsis Montes volcanoes. All these volcanoes are believed to be exti

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
16" x 12" $9 $12 $21 $64 $69
24" x 18" $14 $17 $30 $104 $99
32" x 24" $19 $25 $44 $149 $129
40" x 30" $26 $35 $62 $220 N/A
48" x 36" $35 $47 $86 $301 N/A

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on January 18, 2012 at 4:58 PM
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Planet Mars Canvas Art

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Product ID: 612996494
$64
 

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Canvas is printed with UV-resistant archival inks and stretched on 1 1/2" wood stretcher bars which won't warp or crack. Shipped with mounting hardware installed, ready to hang anywhere in your home or office.


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