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"Lunar: A Celestial Journey Unveiling the Mysteries of Earth's Enigmatic Neighbor" Earthrise over Moon

Background imageLunar Collection: Earthrise over Moon, Apollo 8

Earthrise over Moon, Apollo 8. This famous image, one of the first of the Earth seen from another world, was taken by US astronauts on board the Apollo 8 spacecraft on 24th December 1968 as they

Background imageLunar Collection: Coming from Evening Church, 1830, (1947). Creator: Samuel Palmer

Coming from Evening Church, 1830, (1947). Creator: Samuel Palmer
Coming from Evening Church, 1830, (1947). Congregation leaving an Evensong service in Shoreham, Kent, with full moon above the church. Painting in the Tate Gallery, London

Background imageLunar Collection: Geological map of the moon, 1967

Geological map of the moon, 1967. This map is based largely on photographs taken by the US Lunar Orbiter 4 spacecraft. Launched on 4 May 1967

Background imageLunar Collection: Earthrise photograph, artwork

Earthrise photograph, artwork
Earthrise photograph. Artwork based on the famous Earthrise photographs taken by the Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders

Background imageLunar Collection: Full Moon

Full Moon. The Moon appears full when it is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun during its orbit, when it presents its full sunlit face to Earth

Background imageLunar Collection: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageLunar Collection: Astronaut footprints on the Moon

Astronaut footprints on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageLunar Collection: By the Light of the Moon, 1882. Artist: John Atkinson Grimshaw

By the Light of the Moon, 1882. Artist: John Atkinson Grimshaw
By the Light of the Moon, 1882. From a private collection

Background imageLunar Collection: Early map of the Moon, 1810

Early map of the Moon, 1810
Map of the Moon, 1810. This plate depicts the geographical features of the moon using observations by Cassini and Riccioli

Background imageLunar Collection: Phases of the Moon

Phases of the Moon. Composite image showing the Moon at each stage of its 28 day cycle (a lunar month). Along the top row, the Moon is a waxing (growing in apparent size) crescent

Background imageLunar Collection: Owl on a Pine Branch, early 17th century. Creator: Soga Nichokuan

Owl on a Pine Branch, early 17th century. Creator: Soga Nichokuan
Owl on a Pine Branch, early 17th century. Edo period

Background imageLunar Collection: Neptune seen from its tiny, distant moon, Nereid

Neptune seen from its tiny, distant moon, Nereid

Background imageLunar Collection: Optical image of a waxing gibbous moon

Optical image of a waxing gibbous moon
Waxing gibbous Moon. Optical image of a waxing gibbous Moon. A gibbous Moon is one showing over half the surface. The Moon is said to wax when it is increasing in apparent size

Background imageLunar Collection: Waning crescent Moon

Waning crescent Moon. Image 27 of 27. Optical image of a waning (decreasing in apparent size) crescent Moon 27 days into its 28-day cycle

Background imageLunar Collection: Frau im Mond advert, 1929

Frau im Mond advert, 1929
Frau im Mond advert. The science fiction silent film Woman in the Moon (German: Frau im Mond), released in 1929, was written and directed by Austrian film-maker Fritz Lang

Background imageLunar Collection: Earthrise - Apollo 8, December 24, 1968. Creator: William A Anders

Earthrise - Apollo 8, December 24, 1968. Creator: William A Anders
Earthrise - Apollo 8, December 24, 1968. This view of the rising Earth greeted the Apollo 8 astronauts as they came from behind the Moon after the fourth nearside orbit

Background imageLunar Collection: Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Hidden Lunar City

Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Hidden Lunar City
HIDDEN CITY by Chesters Geier. Two spacemen spot a hidden circular city rising out of a crater on a seemingly deserted moon Date: 1947

Background imageLunar Collection: Apollo spacecraft at the Moon, artwork

Apollo spacecraft at the Moon, artwork
Apollo spacecraft at the Moon. Artwork of the Apollo Lunar Module (LM, left, gold) and the Apollo Command/Service Module (CSM, right, grey) at the Moon, with the Earth in the background

Background imageLunar Collection: President Kennedy makes his We choose to go to the Moon speech, Rice University, 1962

President Kennedy makes his We choose to go to the Moon speech, Rice University, 1962. US President John F. Kennedy gives his We choose to go to the Moon speech in Houston, Texas

Background imageLunar Collection: Lunar Society

Lunar Society
The Lunar Society of Birmingham sought to improve society using science; its members included Priestley, Wedgwood, Erasmus Darwin, Herschel, and Watt

Background imageLunar Collection: A gigantic scarp on the surface of Uranus moon, Miranda

A gigantic scarp on the surface of Uranus moon, Miranda. It is the sheerest known cliff in the solar system. It may be 3 miles high

Background imageLunar Collection: A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

Background imageLunar Collection: USA, Washington State. Begginning of the end of Blood Moon (lunar eclipse) in Seattle

USA, Washington State. Begginning of the end of Blood Moon (lunar eclipse) in Seattle as sunlight strikes the moons lower edge. Digital composite

Background imageLunar Collection: Earthrise from the Moon, artwork

Earthrise from the Moon, artwork
Earthrise from the Moon, computer artwork

Background imageLunar Collection: Solar system map from 1853

Solar system map from 1853
Historical map of the solar system, published in Germany in 1853. The main diagram shows the orbits of the first seven planets out to Uranus

Background imageLunar Collection: Far side of the Moon

Far side of the Moon
The Moon, showing part of its far side, photographed from the Apollo 16 spacecraft after its landing on the Moon in April 1972

Background imageLunar Collection: Moon

Moon
The Moon, showing part of its far side, photographed from the departing Apollo 15 spacecraft in August 1971, after its Moon landing

Background imageLunar Collection: Annular solar eclipse, artwork

Annular solar eclipse, artwork. An eclipse occurs when the Moon passes in front of the Sun. Here, the Moon is at a distant point in its orbit

Background imageLunar Collection: Waxing gibbous Moon, computer-enhanced

Waxing gibbous Moon, computer-enhanced image. The colour saturation of this image has been enhanced to accentuate the natural variation in colour of the Moons surface

Background imageLunar Collection: Full Moon

Full Moon. The Moon appears full when it is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun during its orbit, when it presents its full sunlit face to Earth

Background imageLunar Collection: Composite image of the phases of the Moon

Composite image of the phases of the Moon
Moon phases. Time-lapse image of the phases of the Moon, as seen from Earth during a lunar (synodic) month. A full Moon is at centre, with pairs of (from inner to outer) gibbous Moons

Background imageLunar Collection: Lunar surface, artwork

Lunar surface, artwork
Lunar surface. Computer artwork of a view across the surface of the Moon towards Earth in the distance. The Moon has no atmosphere to scatter sunlight

Background imageLunar Collection: Soviet lunar craft Zond 5, 1968

Soviet lunar craft Zond 5, 1968
Soviet lunar exploration craft Zond 5, being taken onboard the ship Vasilli Golovnin in Russia, 1968. Zond 5 was intended to be a precursor for Soviet manned Moon missions

Background imageLunar Collection: Druids

Druids lunar ceremony

Background imageLunar Collection: Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse
The Moon in eclipse

Background imageLunar Collection: Early map of the Moon, 1635

Early map of the Moon, 1635
Map of the Moon, by Johann Doppelmayr (1671- 1750). This early engraving of the Moon by the German mathematician and astronomer Doppelmayer is thought to date from 1730

Background imageLunar Collection: The North Cape by Moonlight, 1848. Creator: Peder Balke

The North Cape by Moonlight, 1848. Creator: Peder Balke
The North Cape by Moonlight, 1848

Background imageLunar Collection: Discovery of America. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaica. 15

Discovery of America. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaica. 15
Jamaica. 15th century. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaicans refuse to give food to Columbus and he, knowing that there will be a lunar eclipse, tells them that God will deny the light

Background imageLunar Collection: Scene from movie The First Men in the Moon - H. G. Wells

Scene from movie The First Men in the Moon - H. G. Wells
A scene from the Gaumont film adaptation of the H. G. Wells book, The First Men on the Moon, in which the author approved all dresses and supervised the production

Background imageLunar Collection: Chemist Shop at Night, 1938, (1946). Artist: Eric Ravilious

Chemist Shop at Night, 1938, (1946). Artist: Eric Ravilious
Chemist Shop at Night, 1938, (1946). Coloured Lithograph originally for, High Street by Eric Ravilious published 1938. From English Printed Books, by Francis Meynell. [Collins, London, 1946]

Background imageLunar Collection: Moonlight over the Port of Boulogne, 1869. Artist: Edouard Manet

Moonlight over the Port of Boulogne, 1869. Artist: Edouard Manet
Moonlight over the Port of Boulogne, 1869. Located in the collection at Musee d Orsay, Paris, France

Background imageLunar Collection: Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, c1558-1560

Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, c1558-1560. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, 1558-1560. One from a series depicting twelve proverbs. From the Museum Mayer van der Berg, Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageLunar Collection: Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979

Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979. Four separate pictures of these moons sometimes known as the Galilean moons taken from Voyager 1

Background imageLunar Collection: Lucky Red Lanterns Chinese New Year Decorations Ditan Park Beijing China. During Lunar New Year

Lucky Red Lanterns Chinese New Year Decorations Ditan Park Beijing China. During Lunar New Year
Lucky Red Lanterns Chinese New Year Decorations Ditan Park, Beijing, China. During Lunar New Year, many parks and temples in China have large outdoor fairs, festivals

Background imageLunar Collection: Lunar Corona, 1911, (1913). Artist: Edward Wilson

Lunar Corona, 1911, (1913). Artist: Edward Wilson
Lunar Corona, 1911, (1913). The final expedition of British Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912) left London on 1 June 1910 bound for the South Pole

Background imageLunar Collection: A spaceship in orbit over Mars moon, Phobos, with the red planet Mars in the background

A spaceship in orbit over Mars moon, Phobos, with the red planet Mars in the background
The landing struts on this Mars-bound spaceship are deployed and checked in orbit prior to landing on the red planet. Mars is seen here some 93, 000 kilometres away from the its inner satellite

Background imageLunar Collection: Saturn seen from the surface of its moon, Rhea

Saturn seen from the surface of its moon, Rhea. It is the largest of Saturns airless satellites. It was discovered in 1672 by Giovanni Cassini

Background imageLunar Collection: ISS and the Moon C013 / 5148

ISS and the Moon C013 / 5148
ISS and the Moon. The International Space Station (ISS, upper left) is orbiting the Earth here at an altitude of around 390 kilometres



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"Lunar: A Celestial Journey Unveiling the Mysteries of Earth's Enigmatic Neighbor" Earthrise over Moon, Apollo 8: Witnessing the breathtaking beauty of our home planet rising above the lunar horizon, captured by the courageous Apollo 8 astronauts. Earthrise photograph, artwork: An awe-inspiring portrayal of that iconic moment when humanity first glimpsed the delicate blue orb amidst a desolate lunar landscape. Coming from Evening Church, 1830 (1947): Samuel Palmer's evocative painting transports us to a moonlit evening where ethereal light bathes an ancient church in mystical radiance. Full Moon: Illuminating the night sky with its radiant glow, casting enchantment and stirring emotions since time immemorial. Apollo 17 astronaut: Standing on the surface of another world, an intrepid explorer gazes at distant horizons while leaving indelible footprints as testament to human ingenuity and ambition. Astronaut footprints on the Moon: The imprints left behind by pioneers who ventured beyond our earthly confines serve as a reminder of mankind's audacious quest for knowledge and exploration. Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Hidden Lunar City: Unveiling fantastical visions of hidden lunar metropolises through captivating science fiction artistry that sparks imagination and wonder. Early map of the Moon, 1810: Delving into history reveals intricate cartographic depictions that reflect humanity's fascination with unraveling lunar mysteries long before setting foot there ourselves. Phases of the Moon: From crescent slivers to full luminosity and back again—a celestial dance reminding us of nature's cyclical rhythms and eternal cosmic ballets overhead. Optical image of a waxing gibbous moon: Through advanced technology capturing every detail in stunning clarity, we marvel at this intermediary phase between half-moon splendor and full lunar radiance. Waning crescent Moon.