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Fantasy Astronomy centers around the depiction of the study of astronomy in fictional fantasy settings. These visuals are based on astronomers during the Scientific Revolution (16th-17th centuries) but are included in stories with magic systems and feudal politics, with a setting, usually an observatory that has whimsical architecture and scholarly characters. This aesthetic often overlaps with Wizardcore.

Visual

Fantasy Astronomy depicts imagery and research of the cosmos. Certain aspects of this aesthetic are similar to Academia aesthetics - with books of astronomy, telescopes, and star maps.

  • Imagery of planets, moons, and stars.
  • Telescopes
  • Nighttime
  • Galaxy artwork
  • Astronomy textbooks and research papers
  • Magic-like depictions of astronomy

Fashion

  • Clothing with accents that resemble stars (ex. sequins, pearls, etc.)
  • Airy clothing (especially shirts and dresses)
  • Dresses with LED lights
  • Leggings/tights with constellations embordered into them

Activities

Anything that involves astronomy can be considered an activity of Fantasy Astronomy.

  • Stargazing
  • Studying astronomy
  • Using apps that use star maps
  • Painting starry nights, solar systems, and galaxies.

Media

Books

  • Astronomy for amateurs - Camille Flammarion (1903)

Cartoons

Comics

Movies

  • A Trip To The Moon (1902)

TV Shows

Games

Resources

Vendors

Pinterest Boards

Music

Songs

  • Astronomy - Conan Gray
  • Moon Song - Phoebe Bridgers

Playlists

Gallery

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