115 images for jupiter (planet)

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    Artwork of the solar system, showing the paths of the eight major planets as they orbit the Sun. The four inner planets are, from inner to outer, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The four outer planets are, inner to outer, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Pluto is also shown, beyond Neptune.

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  • 679-07603218

    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Artwork of the solar system; showing the paths (blue lines) of the eight major planets as they orbit around the Sun. The four inner planets are (from inner to outer) Mercury; Venus; Earth and Mars. Around the inner solar system is a broad belt containing thousands of minor planets (asteroids). The five outer planets are (inner to outer) Jupiter; Saturn; Uranus and Neptune. A comet is also shown; i

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  • 6106-05810305

    The planet Jupiter and its moons on an Orrery

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  • 679-07604088

    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter and Earth, Computer artwork showing Jupiter (centre) and Earth (lower centre) to scale.

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    This image compares the Solar System's eight major planets on the same scale. The largest planets are the gas giants Jupiter (right) and Saturn (left, back). Neptune (blue) and Uranus (green) - the so-called ice giants due to their ice-rich makeup - are substantially smaller, but are still much larger than the terrestrial or telluric planets (bottom right). Of these, the Earth is the biggest and M

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    Planets orbit the sun on an Orrery.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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  • 679-05797564

    Jupiter's atmosphere, conceptual artwork

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    Jupiter from Europa. Computer artwork of a view towards Jupiter across the surface of Europa.

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    Jupiter's moon Io. Computer artwork showing a volcanic eruption on the surface of Io, one of Jupiter's moons.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Orrery with blue gleaming planet earth

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    Sparkling blue planet earth orbiting the sun

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    Ice plumes on Europa. Europa is the smallest of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the second closest to the planet. Its surface is icy and relatively smooth. Impacting meteorites cause melting of the surface, allowing the water to smooth out before re-freezing. There is some evidence of large-scale movements of the ice, possibly supported by a liquid mantle and driven by thermal processes wi

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    Solar system

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  • 679-08026949

    Spacecraft in Jupiter orbit, illustration

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  • 679-02684295

    Jupiter. Artwork of the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the solar system. The planet has a rocky core but is mostly composed of liquid and gaseous hydrogen and helium.

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    The solar system, illustration

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  • 614-02240314

    Solar system

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Voyager 2 image of Great Red Spot and the south equatoril belt

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    An impression of life on an ice moon. Some natural satellites, such as the Galilean moon Europa (of Jupiter), are covered in shells of water ice. Astronomers believe that underneath the icy crust of some of these worlds are oceans of liquid water, unable to freeze because of their high salt content and because of tidal heating from the nearby giant planet. Since water is thought to be a requiremen

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    Diagram of solar system

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  • 679-07603293

    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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  • 679-06198394

    Artwork of the solar system, showing the paths of the eight major planets as they orbit the Sun. The four inner planets are, from inner to outer, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The four outer planets are, inner to outer, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The star clouds of our galaxy, the Milky Way, appear as a broad luminous band at upper left.

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  • 6106-05759277

    Orrery with blue gleaming planet earth

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  • 679-08106430

    Robotic spacecraft on icy planet, computer illustration.

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  • 679-07603291

    Solar system, computer artwork.

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  • 679-09056178

    Cartoon-style artwork of the solar system, showing the paths of the eight major planets as they orbit the Sun. The four inner planets are, from inner to outer, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The four outer planets are, inner to outer, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

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  • 679-08026922

    Spacecraft, illustration

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  • 679-07603292

    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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  • 679-08911559

    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. This is the most terrestrial planets that have ever been found to orbit a si

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  • 679-08426065

    Artwork of the solar system, showing the paths of the eight major planets as they orbit the Sun. The four inner planets are, from inner to outer, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The four outer planets are, inner to outer, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

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  • 679-06755625

    Alien life, computer artwork. Aquatic life on Jupiter's moon Europa.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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  • 679-04250776

    End of the World in 2012 conceptual image

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    Planetary alignment, artwork

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  • 679-03680769

    A conceptual image showing the Solar System's four largest planets on the same scale (their rings are omitted for clarity). Jupiter is by far the largest planet, bigger in volume than all of the others combined. Saturn, the next biggest, is about 85% as big as Jupiter, but significantly less spherical. It bulges at the equator due to its rapid rotation combined with its low density. Lastly, Uranus

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    Orbiting planets in solar system

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  • 679-02684131

    Photo of Jupiter's southern hemisphere from Great Red Spot to the south pole showing white oval cloud

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    Music of the Spheres: Jupiter 1996 Mildred Thompson (b.1936/American) Oil on panel

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    Jupiter

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  • 679-02684123

    Quantum orbits of the planets. Conceptual computer artwork showing the planets of the solar system on a model of atomic orbitals. This represents the theory that the orbits of the planets were determined by similar physical principles to those governing the orbits of electrons. Electrons can only occupy distinct energy levels around an atom, rather than having the capability to be anywhere. These

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    Solar system

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    Jupiter

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    Quantum orbits of the planets. Conceptual computer artwork showing the planets of the solar system on a model of atomic orbitals. This represents the theory that the orbits of the planets were determined by similar physical principles to those governing the orbits of electrons. Electrons can only occupy distinct energy levels around an atom, rather than having the capability to be anywhere. These

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  • 679-08664152

    Jupiter's mass. Illustration of the planets of the Solar System on a weighing scale, with Jupiter outweighing all the other planets put together. Jupiter's mass is 2.46 times that of the Solar System's other planets combined. Even the next most massive planet, Saturn, has only one-third of Jupiter's mass.

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  • 679-08121428

    Planet jupiter, computer illustration.

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    Planet jupiter, computer illustration.

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  • 679-02684130

    Jupiter. Artwork of the gas giant planet Jupiter and two of its moons. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System, with a diameter over 11 times that of Earth. Two of its Galilean moons are seen here, Io (centre left) and Europa (upper right). The Great Red Spot, an enormous storm system, is seen at centre right. At centre left, on the night side of Jupiter, red flashes of lightning can be

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    Alien Landscape

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    Planet, Comets, and Meteor

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    Planets in Orbit

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    The Planets, excluding Pluto

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    Planets in Orbit

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    Large Moons

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    The Solar System

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  • 618-01454396

    Planet Jupiter and a Distant Moon

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    Planets and Stars in Space

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  • 679-09161005

    Artwork of Jupiter and its largest four (Galilean) moons. From left to right the bodies are Io, Callisto, Jupiter (with the shadow of Io cast upon it), Ganymede and Europa. The bodies are all shown to the correct scale, as viewed from a distance somewhere beyond the orbit of Callisto

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  • 679-09160999

    A view of the Solar System from an oblique angle, looking inwards from the orbit of the sixth planet, Saturn. The asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter is also shown, as a wide translucent band.

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  • 679-09160319

    Illustration comparing the planets of the Solar System and the Sun on the same scale. The planets are shown to scale relative to each other but their distances are not. From left to right the bodies are: the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

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  • 679-09160311

    Illustration comparing the planets of the Solar System and the Sun on the same scale. The planets are shown to scale relative to each other but their distances are not. From left to right the bodies are: the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

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  • 679-09149621

    Illustration of Jupiter and its associated magnetic field. Jupiter has a powerful dipole magnetic field with an equatorial strength of 780 micro Teslas. The field is tilted relative to the spin axis by about ten degrees. The field is generated by currents in the planet's interior, in a layer of liquid metallic hydrogen. As on Earth, interactions with the solar wind and the magnetic field drive aur

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  • 679-09130605

    Image comparing the size of Earth (left) with the planet Jupiter. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun, with an average distance from it of 5.2 times the Earth-Sun distance. Being a fluid world of mostly hydrogen and helium, astronomers label it (along with Saturn) a gas giant. With a diameter of 11.2 times that of the Earth, Jupiter is the Solar System's largest planet.

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    Image comparing the size of Earth (left) with the planet Jupiter. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun, with an average distance from it of 5.2 times the Earth-Sun distance. Being a fluid world of mostly hydrogen and helium, astronomers label it (along with Saturn) a gas giant. With a diameter of 11.2 times that of the Earth, Jupiter is the Solar System's largest planet.

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  • 679-09130603

    Formation of moons around a gas giant. This is how the moons of Jupiter and Saturn, and possibly Uranus, are thought to have formed. The planet is in the centre, still growing. A concentric disc surrounds it, inside of which the natural satellites are forming via the process of accretion. The illustration could also show the formation of planets around a star, which was a similar process albeit on

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    Diagram showing the theoretical interior of the gas giant planet Jupiter. At the centre there is probably a rocky and icy core several times the mass of the Earth. This is surrounded by an extensive inner mantle, more than two-thirds of the planet's total radius, of liquid metallic hydrogen under great pressure. On top of this is the shell of helium-neon 'rain'. Then comes the outer mantle, a laye

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  • 679-09056177

    Cartoon-style artwork of the solar system, showing the paths of the eight major planets as they orbit the Sun. The four inner planets are, from inner to outer, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The four outer planets are, inner to outer, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

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  • 679-08911560

    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. Trappist-1 is only fractionally larger than Jupiter in diameter; this image

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  • 679-08911561

    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. This is the most terrestrial planets that have ever been found to orbit a si

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  • 679-08911550

    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. This is the most terrestrial planets that have ever been found to orbit a si

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  • 679-08911553

    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. This is the most terrestrial planets that have ever been found to orbit a si

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    Trappist-1 is a red-dwarf star " the most common variety " located some 40 light-years away in Aquarius. In 2015, astronomers discovered that Trappist-1 was host to three earth-sized planets. Then it came under the spotlight again in 2017 when NASA scientists found an additional four planets, taking the total up to seven. Trappist-1 is only fractionally larger than Jupiter in diameter; this image

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    Ice spires on Callisto. Artwork of ice spires (around 100 metres tall) on the surface of the Jovian moon Callisto. The moon's parent planet, Jupiter, is in the sky, centre, with the other major moons either side of it. From the left, they are Ganymede, Io (casting a shadow on Jupiter) and Europa (covering Jupiter's might side). It is thought that these spires formed from an ancient impact billions

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Io

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Ganymede

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Callisto

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    Artwork of Planet Jupiter

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Io

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    Artwork of Jovian moon Amalthea

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    Jupiter Seen From Amalthea

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    Artwork of Jovian moon Amalthea

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    Artwork of humans exploring Amalthea

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Europa

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