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Earth, Sun and Moon
Earth, Sun and Moon
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Solar system planets
Solar system planets
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Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini
Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini
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Aztec calendar
Aztec calendar
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Solar prominence
Solar prominence
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Northern Lights over lake in Iceland - Aurora Borealis
Northern Lights over lake in Iceland - Aurora Borealis
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Diamond ring effect
Diamond ring effect
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Trundholm Sun Chariot
Trundholm Sun Chariot
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Ancient Egyptian Writing
Ancient Egyptian Writing
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Copernicus/Solar System
Copernicus/Solar System
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Solar system planets and sun
Solar system planets and sun
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Annular solar eclipse, artwork
Annular solar eclipse, artwork
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Earth, Sun and Moon Featured Image

Earth, Sun and Moon

Earth, Sun and Moon. Artwork of the Earth, Sun and Moon seen from space. Earth is centred on Europe. Earth is the third planet from the Sun. It is thought to be the only planet in the solar system that can support life. The Moon (upper right) has a diameter just over a quarter of the Earth's. It orbits at a distance of around 385, 000 kilometres, taking nearly 30 days for one orbit. It does not have an atmosphere and is a heavily cratered and barren piece of rock. The Earth-Moon system orbits the Sun (upper centre) at a distance of about 150 million kilometres. The bright band of the Milky Way runs across the background

© Detlev Van Ravenswaay/Science Photo Library

Solar coronal loops, TRACE image
Solar coronal loops, TRACE image
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Solar corona
Solar corona
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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
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Main components of the Solar System
Main components of the Solar System
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Total solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse
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Total solar eclipse, 29/03/2006
Total solar eclipse, 29/03/2006
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Total solar eclipse, 1991
Total solar eclipse, 1991
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Model of Russian Molniya-1 satellite
Model of Russian Molniya-1 satellite
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Solar prominence, SOHO image
Solar prominence, SOHO image
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Aurora borealis
Aurora borealis
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Colourful display of the Aurora Australis over an island in the ocean at Blue Hour
Colourful display of the Aurora Australis over an island in the ocean at Blue Hour
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Solar panel with sun
Solar panel with sun
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Solar coronal loops, TRACE image Featured Image

Solar coronal loops, TRACE image

Solar coronal loops. Coloured ultraviolet TRACE image of coronal loops on the Sun following a solar flare event observed in November 2000. The bases of the loops are the hottest areas (white). These areas raise the temperature of the solar corona (atmosphere) thousands of times above that of the Sun's surface (dark, lower frame). The loops comprise electrically charged gases (plasma) at millions of degrees Celsius. Gas is heated as it is ejected from the surface, and follows the path of magnetic field lines before crashing back down on the Sun's surface at over 100 kilometres per second. TRACE (Transition Region and Coronal Explorer) is a space observatory launched in 1998 to study the Sun at ultraviolet wavelengths

© Lmsal/Stanford Univ/Nasa/Science Photo Library

The Globe KD2G-2 Firefly target drone
The Globe KD2G-2 Firefly target drone
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Stonehenge at sunrise
Stonehenge at sunrise
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Aurora borealis, northern lights at midnight east of Boise, Idaho following an unusually
Aurora borealis, northern lights at midnight east of Boise, Idaho following an unusually
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Solar reflectors at Albuquerque, power station
Solar reflectors at Albuquerque, power station
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Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt
Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt
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Comparative Orbits
Comparative Orbits
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Book of the Dead Plate 2
Book of the Dead Plate 2
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Solar System 1860
Solar System 1860
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Solar activity, SDO image
Solar activity, SDO image
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Total solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse
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Sunlight underwater
Sunlight underwater
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Egyptian solar system model
Egyptian solar system model
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Solar activity, SDO image Featured Image

Solar activity, SDO image

Solar activity, SDO image. Coloured image of the surface of the Sun, showing one of an unusual series of eruptions that led to a series of fast puffs, which forced the slow ejection of a massive burst of solar plasma from the Sun's corona (outermost atmosphere). The puffs occurred roughly once every three hours. After around 12 hours, a much larger eruption of material began. Data, including that used to create this image, enabled scientists to conclude that the source of the puffs was a series of energetic jets and related flares - localised catastrophic releases of energy that spew material out from the Sun, into space. Imaged by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) in three wavelengths of light, on 17th January 2013

© Alzate/SDO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Solar photovoltaic panels on roof
Solar photovoltaic panels on roof
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Solar eclipse, 18th century artwork
Solar eclipse, 18th century artwork
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Solar probes
Solar probes
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Stonehenge
Stonehenge
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Solar eclipse
Solar eclipse
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Space Donut
Space Donut
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Palmistry. Planetary and zodiacal diagram of the
Palmistry. Planetary and zodiacal diagram of the
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Poster advertising the Solar Boats, Egypt, United Arab Republic. Date: circa 1950s
Poster advertising the Solar Boats, Egypt, United Arab Republic. Date: circa 1950s
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Solar eclipse of 17 April 1912
Solar eclipse of 17 April 1912
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Two views of the surface of the planet Mercury
Two views of the surface of the planet Mercury
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Advert, Aluminium Castings Company, Greenock
Advert, Aluminium Castings Company, Greenock
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The Solar Microscope
The Solar Microscope
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