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Illustration of a view of Pluto seen from the surface of its largest moon Charon. Because Pluto and Charon are tidally locked, they keep the same face towards each other at all times, as the Moon does to the Earth. So if one stood on Charon (or Pluto) the other world would stay fixed in the sky - never setting or rising, but still cycling through its phases. And if one were on the wrong hemisphere of Pluto (or Charon) one would never see the other world.Illustration of a view of Pluto seen from the surface of its largest moon Charon. Because Pluto and Charon are tidally locked, they keep the same face towards each other at all times, as the Moon does to the Earth. So if one stood on Charon (or Pluto) the other world would stay fixed in the sky - never setting or rising, but still cycling through its phases. And if one were on the wrong hemisphere of Pluto (or Charon) one would never see the other world.
Three monkeys sitting on the floor, one singing, one playing the banjo and the other covering its earsThree monkeys sitting on the floor, one singing, one playing the banjo and the other covering its ears
February 1, 2020: Gondolier, Venetian gondola, canal, Venice, historical center, Veneto, Italy, northern Italy, EuropeFebruary 1, 2020: Gondolier, Venetian gondola, canal, Venice, historical center, Veneto, Italy, northern Italy, Europe
Illustration of Woman Applying LipstickIllustration of Woman Applying Lipstick
Bird staying in cage with open barsBird staying in cage with open bars
Peacock staying in cage with open barsPeacock staying in cage with open bars
Trappist-1 Compared to JupiterTrappist-1 Compared to Jupiter
Red dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustrationRed dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustration
Red dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustrationRed dwarf NGTS-1 and its planet, illustration
Diagram showing the interior of the Earth's Moon. The outermost layer, the crust, is about 70 km thick. This is thicker than the Earth's crust, which cooled down at a much slower rate. Beneath the crust is a thick silicate mantle, then a zone of partial melt with a radius of 480 km. This is probably where moonquakes occur. Current thinking, based on a re-examination of Apollo lunar seismometer data, is that the core, once thought solid, is now composed of a liquid outer component (330 km radius) and a solid inner one (240 km).Diagram showing the interior of the Earth's Moon. The outermost layer, the crust, is about 70 km thick. This is thicker than the Earth's crust, which cooled down at a much slower rate. Beneath the crust is a thick silicate mantle, then a zone of partial melt with a radius of 480 km. This is probably where moonquakes occur. Current thinking, based on a re-examination of Apollo lunar seismometer data, is that the core, once thought solid, is now composed of a liquid outer component (330 km radius) and a solid inner one (240 km).
Illustration of a Voyager probe at the Oort cloud. The two Voyager probes were launched in late 1970s. Voyager 1 has now passed into interstellar space - beyond the influence of the Sun's magnetic field - and Voyager 2 is set to do so in the early 2020s. Some 300 years from now, the probes will enter the beginnings of the Oort cloud - a swarm of inert comet nuclei surrounding the Sun up to perhaps 50,000 astronomical units from it. The cloud is so vast that the probes are expected to take around 40,000 years to pass through it into clear space.Illustration of a Voyager probe at the Oort cloud. The two Voyager probes were launched in late 1970s. Voyager 1 has now passed into interstellar space - beyond the influence of the Sun's magnetic field - and Voyager 2 is set to do so in the early 2020s. Some 300 years from now, the probes will enter the beginnings of the Oort cloud - a swarm of inert comet nuclei surrounding the Sun up to perhaps 50,000 astronomical units from it. The cloud is so vast that the probes are expected to take around 40,000 years to pass through it into clear space.
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid beltCeres is a dwarf planet, the only one that orbits in the asteroid belt
Illustration of the exoplanet (extrasolar planet) Wasp 39b. Wasp 39b is a so-called hot Saturn, with a mass about one-third that of JupiterIllustration of the exoplanet (extrasolar planet) Wasp 39b. Wasp 39b is a so-called hot Saturn, with a mass about one-third that of Jupiter
Father pulling wagon with daughter and dogFather pulling wagon with daughter and dog
Illustration of Woman Sitting in front of Vanity TableIllustration of Woman Sitting in front of Vanity Table
Illustration of cogs turning in a woman's headIllustration of cogs turning in a woman's head
Man standing in front of an ATM withdrawing moneyMan standing in front of an ATM withdrawing money
Tangled cables with one plug fitting in socketTangled cables with one plug fitting in socket
Businessman holding umbrella in one hand and diagrams in the otherBusinessman holding umbrella in one hand and diagrams in the other
Father running with baby strollerFather running with baby stroller
Father running with baby strollerFather running with baby stroller
Teacher erasing European Union and leaving map of British IslesTeacher erasing European Union and leaving map of British Isles
Illustration of Man in Front of Canned FoodIllustration of Man in Front of Canned Food
Illustration of Man Mowing the LawnIllustration of Man Mowing the Lawn
Reflection of moose in field in binoculars held by a man with a beardReflection of moose in field in binoculars held by a man with a beard
Illustration of one person who is much larger than the others seated around a table and eating with chopsticksIllustration of one person who is much larger than the others seated around a table and eating with chopsticks
Heart and coronary arteriesHeart and coronary arteries
Toronto, Canada - May 1, 2015: Grocery cart filled with snacks in a supermarket aisleToronto, Canada - May 1, 2015: Grocery cart filled with snacks in a supermarket aisle
An illustration of a flower group listening to one big aggressive flowerAn illustration of a flower group listening to one big aggressive flower
One man dictates while the other man writes the wrong wordsOne man dictates while the other man writes the wrong words
Illustration depicting a young boy stargazingIllustration depicting a young boy stargazing
Digital hand swinging number of followers on gold chainDigital hand swinging number of followers on gold chain
Empty swing dangling from maze inside of headEmpty swing dangling from maze inside of head
Waiter serving landscape on trayWaiter serving landscape on tray
Man walks from one hand to anotherMan walks from one hand to another
Midsection of father holding newborn baby against blue backgroundMidsection of father holding newborn baby against blue background
One light bulb turned onOne light bulb turned on
One light bulb turned on in a rowOne light bulb turned on in a row
Father carrying daughter on shoulders on idyllic sunny summer ocean beachFather carrying daughter on shoulders on idyllic sunny summer ocean beach
Dog on leash pulling excited senior man on skateboardDog on leash pulling excited senior man on skateboard
Happy father and daughter riding skateboard downhillHappy father and daughter riding skateboard downhill
Mother and daughter in face masks running playfully in rainMother and daughter in face masks running playfully in rain
Father carrying daughter on shoulders at tranquil lakesideFather carrying daughter on shoulders at tranquil lakeside
British bulldog being ejected from European Union doorBritish bulldog being ejected from European Union door
Depiction of overcrowding showing a stack of houses on one side and a house about to fall off cliff on the otherDepiction of overcrowding showing a stack of houses on one side and a house about to fall off cliff on the other
Side view of woman ice-skating on rink against blue skySide view of woman ice-skating on rink against blue sky

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