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An impression of the greenhouse planet, the third smallest planet in the Solar System (after Mars and Mercury). Venus is almost totally featureless seen from space, owing to its dense carbon-dioxide atmosphere.An impression of the greenhouse planet, the third smallest planet in the Solar System (after Mars and Mercury). Venus is almost totally featureless seen from space, owing to its dense carbon-dioxide atmosphere.
An impression of the greenhouse planet, the third smallest planet in the Solar System (after Mars and Mercury). Venus is almost totally featureless seen from space, owing to its dense carbon-dioxide atmosphere.An impression of the greenhouse planet, the third smallest planet in the Solar System (after Mars and Mercury). Venus is almost totally featureless seen from space, owing to its dense carbon-dioxide atmosphere.
Artwork of the orbits of the solar systemArtwork of the orbits of the solar system
Child's teepee, mural of solar system on wallChild's teepee, mural of solar system on wall
May 3, 2013: Solar energy system on the roof of Energy Bunker, IBA, International Building Exhibition, Wilhelmsburg, Hamburg, GermanyMay 3, 2013: Solar energy system on the roof of Energy Bunker, IBA, International Building Exhibition, Wilhelmsburg, Hamburg, Germany
Side view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy systemSide view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy system
Side view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy systemSide view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy system
Side view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy systemSide view of mature experienced male technician in uniform and helmet standing with solar panel near yellow building while working on installation of renewable energy system
Solar system formation, illustration - OffsetSolar system formation, illustration - Offset
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).
Diagram showing the interior of the Sun. The solar interior is composed of a core (central 30%), a radiative zone outside this, and finally a convective layer occupying the outermost 30% or so. Solar astronomers, using a branch of astronomy called helioseismology, have established that the Sun vibrates in several different modes, somewhat like the skin of a drum.Diagram showing the interior of the Sun. The solar interior is composed of a core (central 30%), a radiative zone outside this, and finally a convective layer occupying the outermost 30% or so. Solar astronomers, using a branch of astronomy called helioseismology, have established that the Sun vibrates in several different modes, somewhat like the skin of a drum.
Pre-school teacher explaining solar system model to boys in kindergartenPre-school teacher explaining solar system model to boys in kindergarten
Pre-school teacher and boys exploring solar system model in kindergartenPre-school teacher and boys exploring solar system model in kindergarten
Pre-school teacher explaining solar system model to boys in kindergartenPre-school teacher explaining solar system model to boys in kindergarten
Portrait of a little boy dressed as a solar system for HalloweenPortrait of a little boy dressed as a solar system for Halloween
Little boy dressed as a solar system for HalloweenLittle boy dressed as a solar system for Halloween
Panel of modern solar battery installed on dry ground in Wadi Rum valley on sunny dayPanel of modern solar battery installed on dry ground in Wadi Rum valley on sunny day
Low angle view of solar eclipse at nightLow angle view of solar eclipse at night
Busy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny dayBusy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny day
Electric screwdriver placed on top of contemporary solar battery at factoryElectric screwdriver placed on top of contemporary solar battery at factory
Black workman in helmet and protective mask installing solar battery in industrial area of contemporary plantBlack workman in helmet and protective mask installing solar battery in industrial area of contemporary plant
Cropped unrecognizable busy male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny dayCropped unrecognizable busy male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny day
Cropped unrecognizable busy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny dayCropped unrecognizable busy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny day
Screwdriver placed on top of contemporary solar battery at factoryScrewdriver placed on top of contemporary solar battery at factory
Cropped unrecognizable busy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny dayCropped unrecognizable busy black male engineers installing solar batteries in construction site of modern factory during sunny day
Top view of various metal elements placed on modern solar batteries in industrial area of factoryTop view of various metal elements placed on modern solar batteries in industrial area of factory
Germany- Baden-Wurttemberg- Waiblingen- Aerial view of modern suburbGermany- Baden-Wurttemberg- Waiblingen- Aerial view of modern suburb
Germany- Baden-Wurttemberg- Waiblingen- Aerial view of modern suburb at sunsetGermany- Baden-Wurttemberg- Waiblingen- Aerial view of modern suburb at sunset
Group of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential buildingGroup of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential building
Senior man technician in uniform working with alternative solar panel and preparing for installation near residential buildingSenior man technician in uniform working with alternative solar panel and preparing for installation near residential building
Group of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential buildingGroup of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential building
Group of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential buildingGroup of male technicians in uniform working with alternative solar panels and preparing for installation near residential building
GPS charging via solar panel under beautiful mountain sceneGPS charging via solar panel under beautiful mountain scene
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Gorek Shep at 5100m is the last village on the trek to Everest Base Camp.Gorek Shep at 5100m is the last village on the trek to Everest Base Camp.
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Gorek Shep at 5100m is the last village on the trek to Everest Base Camp.Gorek Shep at 5100m is the last village on the trek to Everest Base Camp.
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Aerial view over a solar farm in the United Arab EmiratesAerial view over a solar farm in the United Arab Emirates
Artwork of Earth and CMEArtwork of Earth and CME
Illustration of the Earth with a ring. The planet is imagined with a ring system around its equator, like those of the giant planets. This is the view looking west towards Central America from Colombia. The ring is casting a shadow.Illustration of the Earth with a ring. The planet is imagined with a ring system around its equator, like those of the giant planets. This is the view looking west towards Central America from Colombia. The ring is casting a shadow.
Vast canyon system of Valles Marineris on Mars, flooded with waterVast canyon system of Valles Marineris on Mars, flooded with water
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The Solar Eclipse shows off sunspots and granulation on the surface of the Sun (photosphere).The Solar Eclipse shows off sunspots and granulation on the surface of the Sun (photosphere).
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The Solar Eclipse shows off sunspots and granulation on the surface of the Sun (photosphere).The Solar Eclipse shows off sunspots and granulation on the surface of the Sun (photosphere).
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Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.
Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.
Illustration of the Earth-Moon system, seen from a vantage point above the Moon's far side. This side of the Moon is never seen from the Earth, because of synchronous rotation. This means that the Moon rotates on its axis once a month, exactly the same as its period of revolution about the Earth.Illustration of the Earth-Moon system, seen from a vantage point above the Moon's far side. This side of the Moon is never seen from the Earth, because of synchronous rotation. This means that the Moon rotates on its axis once a month, exactly the same as its period of revolution about the Earth.
Germany- Bavaria- Eurasburg- Aerial view of fog floating over sewage treatment plantGermany- Bavaria- Eurasburg- Aerial view of fog floating over sewage treatment plant
Artwork of early Earth-Moon systemArtwork of early Earth-Moon system
Solar nebula, illustration - Offset CollectionSolar nebula, illustration - Offset Collection
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.

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