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- Europa is one of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the second closest to the planet (after Io). Its surface is a shell of fractured ice but very few craters.
- Illustration of the green ice giant planet Uranus, seen from the surface of its innermost substantial moon, the fractured Miranda. Uranus is the seventh planet in order of distance from the Sun, orbiting at an average distance of 2.85 billion km. It is unusual in that it has a very pale, almost featureless atmosphere, and an axial tilt close to 100 degrees. Miranda s odd surface, including the hig
- Ganymede is the largest of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter - indeed the largest moon of any known planet, bigger even than Mercury. Its surface is a mixture of ice, fractures and craters.
- Fremden Planeten, Computer-Grafiken.
- Illustration of the landscape of an icy extrasolar planet. The planet has at least two moons. Cryonic geysers are seen in the foreground. Similar events are known to occur in the Solar System, on Enceladus, Triton and possibly Europa.
- Dust storm of the surface of Titan, illustration. Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, is the only body in the known Solar System, aside from Earth, with liquid on its surface. But it's not water; it's liquid hydrocarbons. It's also the only satellite with a substantial atmosphere, made mostly of nitrogen. Scientists studying data from the Cassini mission by ESA have found dust storms raging around
- Illustration of the green ice giant planet, Uranus, seen from the surface of its innermost substantial moon, Ariel. Uranus is the seventh planet in order of distance from the Sun, orbiting at an average distance of 2.85 billion km. It is unusual in that it has a very pale, almost featureless atmosphere, and an axial tilt close to 100 degrees. Two other moons, Miranda (right) and Umbriel (left), ar
- Artwork of Saturn's Moon Mimas
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- Illustration of the imagined view from the surface of the exoplanet Barnard's Star b. Discovered in 2018, this rocky planet orbits Barnard's Star - a red dwarf only 20 percent of the diameter of the Sun - at a distance comparable to that of Mercury around the Sun. Barnard's star is the fourth closest star to the Sun (after the triple system of Alpha Centauri A and B, and Proxima Centauri). This ma
- Water plumes on Enceladus, illustration. Enceladus is a mid-sized satellite of Saturn, about 500 km across, known since 1789. It is only one-tenth the size of the largest Saturnian moon, Titan. In 2005, the Cassini spacecraft discovered that this relatively small world is, surprisingly, geologically active. Geyser-like jets of water were seen venting from the moon's south-polar surface ices, vente
- Illustration of the Earth, Moon and Sun showing a passing comet. Cities are seen glistening, defining the edges of the Earth's continents. Comets are balls of loosely packed 'dirty ice'. As they near the Sun, their gases sublimate and form long tails blustering away from the star. The tails can stretch for tens of thousands of kilometres, dwarfing even the Earth-Moon separation.
- Illustration of a comet passing the innermost planet, Mercury, and approaching the Sun.
- Haumea and moons, illustration. Haumea is a dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt. It is noted for its elongated shape, somewhat like a rugby ball. It is orbited by at least two moons and a narrow ring of rocky particles.
- Artwork of Jovian Moon Europa
- Io is one of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, the closest to the planet. Its surface is highly volcanic, with very few impact craters.
- Enceladus. Computer-Artwork von Jets in die Fluten von Wasser von der Oberfläche des Saturnmondes Enceladus (im Vordergrund).