The Moon and Saturn
The Moon and Saturn filmed together, yet 1.2 Billion km apart, above Perth, Western Australia.
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Image credit: Colin Legg
Venus is the second planet in the Solar System and the first in terms of temperature. Although it ranks second in terms of distance to the sun, it is the hottest planet because its atmosphere does not allow incoming sun rays to come out.
Saturn and Titan. Infrared Image
Gemini North infrared image of Saturn and Titan (at about 6 o'clock position). Image obtained on May 7, 2009 (5:31 UTC) using the Altair adaptive optics system with the Near-infrared imager (NIRI). At the perimeter
Enseladus is Saturn's sixth largest satellite. Approximately 500 kilometers in diameter, Enseladus is one-tenth the size of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Enseladus is one of the most reflective celestial objects in the solar system as it
Jupiter in Ultraviolet
Jupiter looks a bit different in ultraviolet light. To better interpret Jupiter's cloud motions and to help NASA's robotic Juno spacecraft understand the planetary context of the small fields that it sees, the Nasahubble tele