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Illustration comparing the size of Earth (left) with the planet Uranus. Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun, with an average distance from it of 19.2 times the Earth-Sun distance. A fluid world of mostly hydrogen and helium, it is rich in ices of methane, water and ammonia, causing some astronomers to label it (along with Neptune) an ice giant. With a diameter of four times that of the Earth, Uranus is the Solar System's third largest planet (after Jupiter and Saturn).Illustration comparing the size of Earth (left) with the planet Uranus. Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun, with an average distance from it of 19.2 times the Earth-Sun distance. A fluid world of mostly hydrogen and helium, it is rich in ices of methane, water and ammonia, causing some astronomers to label it (along with Neptune) an ice giant. With a diameter of four times that of the Earth, Uranus is the Solar System's third largest planet (after Jupiter and Saturn).
Women not social distancing breathe in aerosolsWomen not social distancing breathe in aerosols
Women not social distancing breathe in aerosols as they engage in conversationWomen not social distancing breathe in aerosols as they engage in conversation
Friends social distancing with book and digital tablets in parkFriends social distancing with book and digital tablets in park
People in protective face masks sunbathing and social distancing on sunny beachPeople in protective face masks sunbathing and social distancing on sunny beach
White man and black woman kissing through face maskWhite man and black woman kissing through face mask
White man and black woman kissing with corona mouth maskWhite man and black woman kissing with corona mouth mask
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Moons of Saturn, illustration. Like Jupiter, Saturn is surrounded by a large system of varied satellites. This composite shows the nine largest on the same scale. From left to right, in order of increasing distance from Saturn, they are: Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, Hyperion, Iapetus and Phoebe. For comparison, our Moon is about 67 per cent the size of Titan. Saturn is shown at the bottom, on the same scale.Moons of Saturn, illustration. Like Jupiter, Saturn is surrounded by a large system of varied satellites. This composite shows the nine largest on the same scale. From left to right, in order of increasing distance from Saturn, they are: Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, Hyperion, Iapetus and Phoebe. For comparison, our Moon is about 67 per cent the size of Titan. Saturn is shown at the bottom, on the same scale.
Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.
Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.
Sasquatch family relaxing in hammock together and watching yetis and lake monsters in the distanceSasquatch family relaxing in hammock together and watching yetis and lake monsters in the distance
Woman with virus infects a group of peopleWoman with virus infects a group of people
Couple kissing and silhouette of man in distanceCouple kissing and silhouette of man in distance
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Location marker above commercial truck driving among rural fieldsLocation marker above commercial truck driving among rural fields
Doctor tries to balance his emotional attachment to a patientDoctor tries to balance his emotional attachment to a patient
Passengers in face masks waiting on passenger boarding bridge on airport tarmacPassengers in face masks waiting on passenger boarding bridge on airport tarmac
Woman in face mask sunbathing in taped off section on summer beachWoman in face mask sunbathing in taped off section on summer beach
Lonely woman sitting in sunny windowLonely woman sitting in sunny window
Travelers in face masks waiting in line at airportTravelers in face masks waiting in line at airport
Business people in face masks boarding public busBusiness people in face masks boarding public bus
Woman at window watching floating coronavirus particlesWoman at window watching floating coronavirus particles
Woman looking at swimming fish from windowWoman looking at swimming fish from window
Woman video chatting with friends on large smart phone screenWoman video chatting with friends on large smart phone screen
Woman and dog sitting in sunny windowWoman and dog sitting in sunny window
Therapist and patient in face masks talking in officeTherapist and patient in face masks talking in office
Business people in face masks working at computersBusiness people in face masks working at computers
Woman relaxing in armchair listening to music with headphones and smart phoneWoman relaxing in armchair listening to music with headphones and smart phone
People in protective masks passing man on bench watching landscape billboardPeople in protective masks passing man on bench watching landscape billboard
Portrait woman in protective mask standing at apartment windowPortrait woman in protective mask standing at apartment window
Baby boomer sitting on opposite end of a bench from a young Generation Z man on his cell phoneBaby boomer sitting on opposite end of a bench from a young Generation Z man on his cell phone
Group of young people wearing masks communicating via video conference callsGroup of young people wearing masks communicating via video conference calls
Woman in flu mask pulling senior man in covered wagonWoman in flu mask pulling senior man in covered wagon
Woman in flu mask riding empty busWoman in flu mask riding empty bus
Woman reading book on sofaWoman reading book on sofa
Woman reading book against bookcaseWoman reading book against bookcase
Pedestrians in flu masks walking in cityPedestrians in flu masks walking in city
Location pin above male backpacker enjoying scenic mountain viewLocation pin above male backpacker enjoying scenic mountain view
Map pin icons above business people walking and talking on smart phones in cityMap pin icons above business people walking and talking on smart phones in city
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