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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Io

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Io

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    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.

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    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.

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Ganymede

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Europa

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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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    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.

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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.

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    Io is one of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, the closest one to the planet. Its surface is volcanic and relatively smooth. Here the moon is seen with Jupiter behind it, and the Sun above causing a lens flare.

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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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    Ice geyser on Europa. Europa is the smallest of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the second closet 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 wit

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    Jupiter over Europa. The planet Jupiter seen above the horizon of the icy landscape of Europa. Jupiter is shown with a shadow on it cast by it innermost moon, Io (right). The surface of Europa is lit by sunlight reflected from Jupiter. Europa is the smallest of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the second closet to the planet. Its surface is icy and relatively smooth. Impacting meteorites ca

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    Illustration of Jupiter and two of its largest satellites, Europa (left) and Io (right). Europa is the smallest of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the second closet 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. Io is closer in, a volcanic world, its interior heated by Jovian t

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    Callisto is one of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter, and the farthest one from the planet. Its surface is the most heavily cratered in the known Solar System.

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    Artwork of Planet Jupiter

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    Artwork of Jovian Moon Callisto

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    Artwork of Saturn's Moon Mimas

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    Artwork of Planet Mercury

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    Artwork of Mars and its moon Phobos

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    Ceres, illustration. Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt. It is also an asteroid, the largest one known, and the first to be discovered, in 1801. The surface of Ceres is heavily cratered due to impacts from meteorites. It orbits the Sun at an average distance of 2.76 astronomical units (AU), and has a mean radius of 473 km - large enough for it to be spherical. I

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    Ceres, illustration. Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt. It is also an asteroid, the largest one known, and the first to be discovered, in 1801. The surface of Ceres is heavily cratered due to impacts from meteorites. It orbits the Sun at an average distance of 2.76 astronomical units (AU), and has a mean radius of 473 km - large enough for it to be spherical. I

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    Ceres, illustration. Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt. It is also an asteroid, the largest one known, and the first to be discovered, in 1801. The surface of Ceres is heavily cratered due to impacts from meteorites. It orbits the Sun at an average distance of 2.76 astronomical units (AU), and has a mean radius of 473 km - large enough for it to be spherical. I

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    Ceres, illustration. Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt. It is also an asteroid, the largest one known, and the first to be discovered, in 1801. The surface of Ceres is heavily cratered due to impacts from meteorites. It orbits the Sun at an average distance of 2.76 astronomical units (AU), and has a mean radius of 473 km - large enough for it to be spherical. I

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    Aurorae on Saturn, illustration. Aurorae (blue) are produced by the interaction of the solar wind with a planet's atmosphere. Charged particles collide with gases in the upper atmosphere, causing them to emit light. On Saturn, as on Earth, they occur in polar regions. This is because the magnetic field of the planet channels the charged particles to these regions. The planet's ring system is also

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    The solar system, illustration

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    Artwork of the planet earth with cracks, environmental concept.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Jupiter, computer artwork.

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    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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    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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    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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    Artwork of humans exploring Amalthea

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    Jupiter Seen From Amalthea

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    Artwork of Neptune and Triton

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    Artwork of Jovian moon Amalthea

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    Artwork of Jovian moon Amalthea

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Illustration of a comet passing the innermost planet, Mercury, and approaching the Sun.

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    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.

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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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    Enceladus. Computer artwork of jets of water venting from the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus (foreground).

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    Enceladus. Computer artwork of jets of water venting from the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus (foreground).

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    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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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Solar system, computer artwork.

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    Orbiting planets in solar system

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    Solar system

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    Neptune and Triton. Artwork of the gas giant planet Neptune showing clouds and the Dark Spot, as well as its largest natural satellite, the icy moon Triton. Neptune mainly comprises gaseous hydrogen and helium, with small amounts of methane. It has a diameter of around 50, 000 kilometres, almost four times that of the Earth. It orbits the Sun at a distance of 4500 million kilometres, taking almost

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    Neptune and Triton. Artwork of the gas giant planet Neptune showing clouds and the Dark Spot, as well as its largest natural satellite, the icy moon Triton. Neptune mainly comprises gaseous hydrogen and helium, with small amounts of methane. It has a diameter of around 50, 000 kilometres, almost four times that of the Earth. It orbits the Sun at a distance of 4500 million kilometres, taking almost

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    Artwork of the earth as seen from the moon.

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    Artwork of an asteroid and planet earth.

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    Artwork of an asteroid and planet earth.

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    Artwork of an asteroid hitting earth.

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    Artwork of the earth's magnetosphere.

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    Artwork of the earth's core and magnetosphere.

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    Artwork of the planet earth and galaxy.

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    Artwork of a sun over planet earth.

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    Artwork of a sun over planet earth.

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    Artwork of a solar system.

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    Curiosity Mars rover, computer artwork.

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    Curiosity Mars rover, computer artwork.

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    Curiosity Mars rover, computer artwork.

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    Illustration of alien creatures on a hospitable foreign world. View from the surface of an inhabited rocky moon orbiting a gas-giant exoplanet. The planet is encircled by a series of rings, similar to Saturn in our own Solar System. The moon is depicted as rocky with seas. The sky is a very odd ruddy-brown colour, and is populated by flying lifeforms. Astronomers have found well over a thousand ex

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    Illustration of the Valles Marineris canyon system, Mars, being surveyed by a pair of astronauts. The Valles Marineris is over 4000 kilometres (km) long, up to 200 km wide and up to 7 km deep, dwarfing the Grand Canyon of Arizona, USA. The canyons are found on the southeastern edge of the Tharsis Bulge and were originally created by faulting during the formation of Tharsis. The canyons have been f

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    Illustration of the Valles Marineris canyon system on Mars as the Sun sets. The Valles Marineris is over 4000 kilometres (km) long, up to 200 km wide and up to 7 km deep, dwarfing the Grand Canyon of Arizona, USA. The canyons are found on the southeastern edge of the Tharsis Bulge and were originally created by faulting during the formation of Tharsis. The canyons have been further worn down by wa

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    Illustration of alien creatures on a hospitable foreign world. View from the surface of an inhabited rocky moon orbiting a gas-giant exoplanet. The planet is encircled by a series of rings, similar to Saturn in our own Solar System. The moon is depicted as rocky with seas, and with strange rock formations sculpted by alien wind patterns. The sky is a very odd green colour, and is populated by flyi

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    Surface of Venus. Computer illustration of a view across the rocky surface of the planet Venus, showing clouds of sulphuric acid obscuring the Sun. Venus lies around 108 million kilometres from the Sun, around two-thirds of the Earth-Sun distance, and is slightly smaller than Earth. It has the hottest planetary surface in the solar system, with temperatures of nearly 500 degrees Celsius since its

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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. 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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    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. 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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