Posters

Two posters have been produced for the eclipse.

poster1 poster2
Poster 1 Poster 2

Poster 1 is designed to grab the attention and make people aware that an eclipse is coming. It has only basic details of the eclipse, date, time, general location, who produced it and where to go for more information.

Poster 2 is designed as an information poster so that readers can be aware of the essential details of the eclipse.  This includes information on what is an eclipse, what you can expect to experience during the eclipse, maps of the path of totality and the partial eclipse across Queensland, timing details for various locations, how to observe the eclipse safely, who produced the poster and where to go for more information. It is designed for all of Queensland with details of the partial eclipse as it will occur across Queensland as well as the total eclipse as it will occur in the path of totality.

Posters are available as high quality jpg images, with files sizes for printing at A3 and A2 sizes. If the display is intended to be on a computer screen the A3 100 dpi file size should be sufficient.

Files are available in higher quality, for example for printing at A1 size, for commercial print quality or printing in quantity. Use the Contact form to request higher quality files.

 

Eclipse Poster No 1 with resolution suitable for printing at A2 size (3.1MB)

Eclipse Poster No 1 with resolution suitable for display on a computer screen (358KB)

Eclipse Poster No 1 with resolution suitable for printing at A3 size (1.8MB)

Eclipse Poster No 2 with resolution suitable for printing at A2 size (6.6MB)

Eclipse Poster No 2 with resolution suitable for viewing on a computer screen (832KB)

Eclipse Poster No 2 with resolution suitable for printing at A3 size (4.1MB)

 

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WARNING.  Never look directly at the bright surface of the Sun without suitable eye protection as permanent eye damage may result. This applies at any time and especially during the partial phases of a solar eclipse. Refer to “How to observe the Sun safely”.

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