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"Exploring the Wonders of Sciences: From Whole Earth to Beyond" Witness the breathtaking beauty of our planet with the iconic Blue Marble 2000 image

Background imageSciences Collection: Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)

Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)
Whole Earth. Composite satellite image of Earth centred on the Americas. This is Blue Marble 2000, one of the most detailed Earth images ever made

Background imageSciences Collection: Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth

Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth
Home planet. Classic photograph of the Earth, taken from Apollo 17 as it made its way to the Moon in December 1972. The continent of Africa fills the upper left quadrant, with Arabia at top centre

Background imageSciences Collection: British Isles, satellite image

British Isles, satellite image
UK and Ireland. Satellite image of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (Eire). North is at top. Water is blue, vegetation is green, dry or barren areas are brown, and snow and ice are white

Background imageSciences Collection: Durers world map, 1515

Durers world map, 1515. Albrecht Durer (1471- 1528) was a German artist. His skillful use of perspective and mathematical proportions made him one of the outstanding artistic figures of the early

Background imageSciences Collection: Science Allegorised

Science Allegorised
Philosophy enthroned, surrounded by the sciences - Grammar, Rhetoric, Linguistics, Music, Arithmetic, Geometry and Astronomy, with Socrates and Plato and scholars writing

Background imageSciences Collection: Earthrise as seen from above surface of the moon

Earthrise as seen from above surface of the moon
Earthrise as seen from above the surface of the Moon, photographed by astronauts on board the Apollo 8 spacecraft as it orbited the Moon in 1968

Background imageSciences Collection: 16th Century Plan of Florence

16th Century Plan of Florence
16th century plan of Florence, Italy. Detail from the map of Etruria (Tuscany and Northern Lazio), in the Gallery of Maps in the Vatican Museum.The Gallery of Maps holds maps which were commissioned

Background imageSciences Collection: North America at night, satellite image

North America at night, satellite image
Africa at night. Satellite image of the Earth at night, set against a background of stars, centred on the continent of Africa. North is at top. City lights (yellow) show areas of dense population

Background imageSciences Collection: Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina

Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina. Work attributed to the legendary alchemist Hermes Trismegistus who summarizes the process Magnum Opus or Great work for the creation of

Background imageSciences Collection: True-colour satellite image of northwest Scotland

True-colour satellite image of northwest Scotland

Background imageSciences Collection: Aurora over Antarctica, satellite image

Aurora over Antarctica, satellite image
Aurora over Antarctica, ultraviolet satellite image. Australia is at upper left. This is the aurora australis (green ring), the southern lights display

Background imageSciences Collection: 17th century map of Europe

17th century map of Europe

Background imageSciences Collection: 17th century map of the New World

17th century map of the New World
Western Hemisphere, 17th century Dutch map. This shows the New World that was being discovered by Europeans exploring the Western Hemisphere of the Earth

Background imageSciences Collection: Relief map of the United Kingdom and Eire

Relief map of the United Kingdom and Eire, lit from the east

Background imageSciences Collection: LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452-1519). Anatomic studio

LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452-1519). Anatomic studio. Drawing

Background imageSciences Collection: Firth of Forth, UK, satellite image

Firth of Forth, UK, satellite image. The Firth of Forth is the major estuary of the River Forth in Scotland. The grey area at centre is the city of Edinburgh

Background imageSciences Collection: Aurora borealis display with setting Moon

Aurora borealis display with setting Moon
Aurora. Green aurora borealis (northern lights) display over a field of ice with a setting Moon. Aurorae are caused by charged particles from the Sun stimulating gas molecules in the Earths

Background imageSciences Collection: 16th century map of Venice

16th century map of Venice showing the lagoon. Venice is a coastal city in the north-east of Italy. The main bulk of Venice is in the upper frame of the image

Background imageSciences Collection: Earth from space

Earth from space. Computer artwork of a gibbous Earth, seen from space

Background imageSciences Collection: Australia, satellite image

Australia, satellite image
Australia. Satellite image of the Earth, set against a background of stars, centred on the island continent of Australia. North is at top. Clouds (white) are seen in the atmosphere

Background imageSciences Collection: True-colour satellite image of Ulster, Ireland

True-colour satellite image of Ulster, Ireland
Northern Ireland. Satellite image of Northern Ireland, also known as Ulster. The colours approximate to natural tones. North is at top

Background imageSciences Collection: Australia, satellite image

Australia, satellite image. North is at top. Australia is the worlds smallest continent. It is located in the southern hemisphere, southeast of Asia

Background imageSciences Collection: True-colour satellite image of southwest England

True-colour satellite image of southwest England
Devon, southwest England. True-colour satellite image of the county of Devon in southwest England, Great Britain. North is at top

Background imageSciences Collection: 16th century map of the British Isles

16th century map of the British Isles
British Isles, 16th century Dutch map. This shows England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, though Ireland is not yet accurately mapped. Published in 1595, from work by Gerard Mercator

Background imageSciences Collection: 16th century world map

16th century world map made by Pierre Desceliers in 1546 on a commission by King Francis I for Henri II of France. Most noticeable is that the Northern hemisphere is upside-down

Background imageSciences Collection: South America at night, satellite image

South America at night, satellite image
South America at night. Satellite image of the Earth at night, set against a background of stars, centred on the continent of South America. North is at top

Background imageSciences Collection: India at night, satellite image

India at night, satellite image
India at night, satellite view. This image is a composite showing the change in illumination over India from 1992-2003. Satellite data from 2003 is coloured red

Background imageSciences Collection: Durers Celestial Globe, 1515

Durers Celestial Globe, 1515. This shows the northern hemisphere, and was prepared in conjunction with the astronomer Stabius

Background imageSciences Collection: Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis seen over trees through a fish-eye lens, with an observer at far right. This light display (the northern lights) is seen in the night sky at high latitudes

Background imageSciences Collection: 17th century map of the New World

17th century map of the New World

Background imageSciences Collection: Celestial map by Johannes Van Keulen (1654-1715)

Celestial map by Johannes Van Keulen (1654-1715). SPAIN. Barcelona. Barcelona Maritime Museum

Background imageSciences Collection: Water vapour maps of Antarctica, 2004

Water vapour maps of Antarctica, 2004
Water vapour maps of Antarctica. Satellite images of the increase in water vapour over Antarctica from 13 August to 14 October 2004 (the austral spring)

Background imageSciences Collection: Europe at night

Europe at night, satellite image. North is towards top left. Yellow lights mark the major cities. The Mediterranean coast is densely populated, as is the mainland of Britain

Background imageSciences Collection: Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis. This coloured atmospheric light display (the northern lights) is visible in the night sky at high latitudes

Background imageSciences Collection: NOSTRADAMUS, Michel de Notre Dame (1503-1566). French

NOSTRADAMUS, Michel de Notre Dame (1503-1566). French physician and astrologer, author of book of predictions Astrological Centuries (1555). Illustration in card of 18th century. Drawing

Background imageSciences Collection: Upper Lausitzian Library of Sciences

Upper Lausitzian Library of Sciences
Patrick Aurednik

Background imageSciences Collection: JUNG, Carl Gustav (1875-1961). Swiss psychiatrist

JUNG, Carl Gustav (1875-1961). Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist. Founder of analytical psychology. Oil

Background imageSciences Collection: Union Workhouse, Hambledon, Surrey

Union Workhouse, Hambledon, Surrey
The Hambledon Union workhouse, a building originally erected in 1786 for the united parishes of Bramley, Chiddingfold, Dunfold and Hambledon

Background imageSciences Collection: Africa, satellite image

Africa, satellite image
Africa. Satellite image of the Earth centred on Africa. Clouds are white, oceans are blue and land is green and brown. Also seen are Europe (top) Asia (upper right), the Indian Ocean (right)

Background imageSciences Collection: Aurora borealis or northern lights and Ursa Major

Aurora borealis or northern lights and Ursa Major
Aurora Borealis. Green, yellow and red Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights display over clouds and trees. The plough in the constellation of Ursa Major is prominent at upper left

Background imageSciences Collection: 17th century map of South America

17th century map of South America
South America, 17th century Dutch map. This shows the new continent that was being discovered by European explorers. The shape is distorted because it had not yet been accurately mapped

Background imageSciences Collection: Africa, night-day satellite image

Africa, night-day satellite image. This composite image of the Earth is set against a background of stars, and is centred on the continent of Africa. North is at top

Background imageSciences Collection: Natural and Moral Philosophy diagram, from The Gentlemans Recreation

Natural and Moral Philosophy diagram, from The Gentlemans Recreation
483354 Natural and Moral Philosophy diagram, from The Gentlemans Recreation published by Richard Blome, 1686 (engraving) by English School

Background imageSciences Collection: Jacky lashtail, Amphibolurus muricatus

Jacky lashtail, Amphibolurus muricatus, and Cape dwarf gecko, Lygodactylus capensis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 1816-1830

Background imageSciences Collection: Amboina sailfin lizard, Hydrosaurus amboinensis

Amboina sailfin lizard, Hydrosaurus amboinensis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 1816-1830. Illustration by J.G

Background imageSciences Collection: Earths limb, Jupiter & crescent moon

Earths limb, Jupiter & crescent moon
Airglow. View from Shuttle Endeavour showing the Earths airglow. The white point near centre is the planet Jupiter, above this is the crescent Moon

Background imageSciences Collection: True-colour satellite image of western Scotland

True-colour satellite image of western Scotland



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"Exploring the Wonders of Sciences: From Whole Earth to Beyond" Witness the breathtaking beauty of our planet with the iconic Blue Marble 2000 image, capturing the entirety of Earth in one mesmerizing view. Apollo 17's photograph of our whole earth from space reminds us of humanity's small yet significant place in the vastness of the universe. Discover a bird's-eye perspective with a satellite image showcasing the stunning British Isles, highlighting their unique geographical features and natural splendor. Unveil ancient wisdom through The Emerald Tablet, also known as Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina, an enigmatic text that holds secrets about alchemy and metaphysics. Journey back in time with Durer's world map from 1515, marveling at how early cartographers envisioned our planet before modern scientific advancements. Explore Science Allegorised, where art meets knowledge as intricate illustrations depict various branches of science and their interconnectedness. Experience awe-inspiring moments like never before with Earthrise - a captivating sight witnessed by astronauts above the moon's surface that forever changed our perception of home. Immerse yourself in history through a 16th-century plan of Florence, offering insights into both urban development and scientific progress during Renaissance times. Illuminate your nightscape curiosity with a satellite image revealing North America glowing under city lights – showcasing human activity across this vast continent after sunset. Travel through time and geography with a meticulously detailed 17th-century map depicting Europe’s diverse regions while reflecting evolving political boundaries and cultural identities. Dive into nature's wonders as you explore northwest Scotland through a true-color satellite image – unveiling its rugged landscapes, pristine lochs, and untamed beauty from above. Study topography like never before using an intricately crafted relief map showcasing United Kingdom and Eire – a tangible representation of the land's elevations and features.