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"The Sphere: A Captivating Journey through Time and Space" Step into the realm of the unknown, where the edge of the firmament beckons with its enigmatic allure

Background imageSphere Collection: The Blue Marble - Earth from space, December 7, 1972. Creator: NASA

The Blue Marble - Earth from space, December 7, 1972. Creator: NASA
The Blue Marble - Earth from space, December 7, 1972. This famous photograph, known as The Blue Marble, was captured by the Apollo 17 astronauts on the same day that they left Earth on a Saturn V

Background imageSphere Collection: Fully lit Earth centered on the North Pole

Fully lit Earth centered on the North Pole

Background imageSphere Collection: The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere

The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere. Meteorologie populaire by Camill Artist: Anonymous
The edge of the firmament (Flammarion engraving) From L atmosphere. Meteorologie populaire by Camille Flammarion, 16th-17th centuries. Found in the collection of Zentralbibliothek Zurich

Background imageSphere Collection: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
King Arthur welcomes the Green Knight into the Banqueting Hall and invites him to dismount and eat with the company. Everyone is amazed to see the unexpected visitor

Background imageSphere Collection: Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)

Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)
Whole Earth. Composite satellite image of Earth centred on the Americas. This is Blue Marble 2000, one of the most detailed Earth images ever made

Background imageSphere Collection: Cosmic microwave background

Cosmic microwave background. Spherical projection of the cosmic microwave background, using all-sky data from the WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe)

Background imageSphere Collection: sisyphus

sisyphus
Jeffrey Hummel

Background imageSphere Collection: Sizes of Solar System planets compared

Sizes of Solar System planets compared
Planets of the Solar System. The eight planets of the Solar System are shown in this artwork at their correct relative sizes

Background imageSphere Collection: The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt

The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt
Remarkable discoveries within the Sphinx: the temple within its hollow head. Professor G. A. Reisners interesting discoveries. A diagrammatic view of hidden temples and a stairway inside the Sphinx

Background imageSphere Collection: Durers world map, 1515

Durers world map, 1515. Albrecht Durer (1471- 1528) was a German artist. His skillful use of perspective and mathematical proportions made him one of the outstanding artistic figures of the early

Background imageSphere Collection: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
The Green Knight rides over the bridge into Camelot Castle on New Years Day. He will set King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table a special challenge

Background imageSphere Collection: Wet black Labrador Retriever dog (Canis lupus familiaris) at the dog beach, male, domestic dog

Wet black Labrador Retriever dog (Canis lupus familiaris) at the dog beach, male, domestic dog

Background imageSphere Collection: astronomy, balance, dramatic, eternal, eternity, everlasting, globe, mysterious, nasa

astronomy, balance, dramatic, eternal, eternity, everlasting, globe, mysterious, nasa
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Background imageSphere Collection: Landscape: Moeraki boulders at sunset, Otago peninsula, New Zealand

Landscape: Moeraki boulders at sunset, Otago peninsula, New Zealand
Moeraki boulders at sunset, Otago peninsula, New Zealand

Background imageSphere Collection: The Beatles rehearsing for the Royal Variety Performance

The Beatles rehearsing for the Royal Variety Performance
Photo of The Beatles jumping during rehearsal for the Royal Variety Performance Date: 1963

Background imageSphere Collection: A Fish Pontoon at Grimsby by Fortunio Matania

A Fish Pontoon at Grimsby by Fortunio Matania
An illustration of what was described in the Sphere as one of the greatest fishing ports in the world. In 1790 the population was less than 1, 000 and in 1907 it was 65, 000

Background imageSphere Collection: World map from 1520

World map from 1520
Western hemisphere of the Johannes SchAoner globe from 1520. expedition

Background imageSphere Collection: Map of the world according to Strabo

Map of the world according to Strabo 63 B.C

Background imageSphere Collection: Orange Harvest Moon

Orange Harvest Moon
The Harvest Moon gets its name from folklore. The saying is the light of the moon helped farmers gather crops when days became shorter and nights longer following the Autumnal Equinox

Background imageSphere Collection: Earth

Earth. Satellite image of the Earth, centred on Antarctica. The South Pole is at centre. Water is blue, vegetation is green, arid areas are brown, and snow and ice are white

Background imageSphere Collection: Twenties flapper girl sitting at a cocktail bar

Twenties flapper girl sitting at a cocktail bar
A flapper girl from the 1920s sitting at a cocktail bar on a high stool. She is slim, wears a slinky dress, and has a cigarette in a holder in her mouth. On the bar is her glass of champagne

Background imageSphere Collection: Ad for Goodbye, Old Man by Matania, WW1

Ad for Goodbye, Old Man by Matania, WW1
Advertisement in The Sphere magazine promoting one of the most popular images painted by their special artist Fortunino Matania as a limited edition print

Background imageSphere Collection: Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London

Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London
Londons great attraction: what to see in Shakespeares England. How to find and identify the chief reconstructions of old Tudor buildings at Earls Court. Date: 1912

Background imageSphere Collection: Solar System According to Ptolemy, Copernicus and Tycho, Geocentric Model, Heliocentric Model

Solar System According to Ptolemy, Copernicus and Tycho, Geocentric Model, Heliocentric Model

Background imageSphere Collection: Scott of the Antarctic - page from The Sphere

Scott of the Antarctic - page from The Sphere
Page from the special Scott of the Antarctic memorial number featuring a photograph of the Scott Antarctic medal, presented to the team after returning from their first successful expedition in 1904

Background imageSphere Collection: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by William McLaren
Sir Gawain takes up the challenge. As instructed by the Green Knight, he swings the battleaxe and cuts off the Green Knights head. The head falls off and rolls towards the banqueting guests

Background imageSphere Collection: Space

Space
Australian Views Space

Background imageSphere Collection: Ocean currents off the Americas

Ocean currents off the Americas. Satellite-based graphic showing ocean currents (swirling coloured lines) on an Earth globe centred on the Americas

Background imageSphere Collection: 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

Background imageSphere Collection: Sunsphere in Worlds Fair Park, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States of America, North America

Sunsphere in Worlds Fair Park, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States of America, North America

Background imageSphere Collection: Jupiter

Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun and the largest in the solar system. The planet has a rocky core but is mostly composed of liquid and gaseous hydrogen and helium

Background imageSphere Collection: The Sphere Orient Number 1936

The Sphere Orient Number 1936
Colour front cover image showing a cruise ship docking in an Asian country

Background imageSphere Collection: Durers Celestial Globe, 1515

Durers Celestial Globe, 1515. This shows the northern hemisphere, and was prepared in conjunction with the astronomer Stabius

Background imageSphere Collection: Terra Nova on front cover of The Sphere

Terra Nova on front cover of The Sphere
Farewell to civilisation - Captain Scott and his team pictured departing New Zealand in the Terra Nova, bound for Antarctica in December 1910 in their bid to become the first to reach the South Pole

Background imageSphere Collection: Internet blog map

Internet blog map. Computer generated map showing relationships between internet weblogs (blogs). Blogs are internet sites where entries are made in journal style

Background imageSphere Collection: How Captain Scott is attacking the South Pole

How Captain Scott is attacking the South Pole
Double page spread from The Sphere, showing a map of Antarctica along with the route of Captain Scott and his team of ponies, dogs and men in their attempt to be the first to reach the South Pole

Background imageSphere Collection: Mars

Mars, computer artwork. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun, and it is a rocky desert world. It orbits the Sun in around 689 days at an average distance of around 227 million kilometres

Background imageSphere Collection: Computer artwork of a beta DNA segment and spheres

Computer artwork of a beta DNA segment and spheres
DNA molecule. Computer artwork of part of a strand of beta DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) seen on a background of spheres. The spheres may represent bacteria

Background imageSphere Collection: Armillary Sphere

Armillary Sphere
An armillary sphere

Background imageSphere Collection: Amazon Spheres at Amazon headquarters campus, Seattle, Washington, USA

Amazon Spheres at Amazon headquarters campus, Seattle, Washington, USA

Background imageSphere Collection: Sunsphere in Worlds Fair Park, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States of America, North America

Sunsphere in Worlds Fair Park, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States of America, North America

Background imageSphere Collection: Castle Howard, Yorkshire, England, UK, Europe

Castle Howard, Yorkshire, England, UK, Europe

Background imageSphere Collection: Extension of the British Museum, London

Extension of the British Museum, London
Extension of the British Museum in London: the new King Edward VII Galleries. A birds eye view showing the new section of the building. Date: 1914

Background imageSphere Collection: Scene from movie The First Men in the Moon - H. G. Wells

Scene from movie The First Men in the Moon - H. G. Wells
A scene from the Gaumont film adaptation of the H. G. Wells book, The First Men on the Moon, in which the author approved all dresses and supervised the production

Background imageSphere Collection: Queen Elizabeth I Riding a Horse in Winter

Queen Elizabeth I Riding a Horse in Winter
This picture shows Queen Elizabeth I riding a horse in a snowy winter scene with a male companion. She is being waved to by a young boy and there is a dog following her

Background imageSphere Collection: Double page spread in The Sphere showing British warriors lined up waiting before

Double page spread in The Sphere showing British warriors lined up waiting before the Battle of Agincourt. The original watercolour by John Hassall

Background imageSphere Collection: Moon Phase Sequence

Moon Phase Sequence
There are eight phases in the moon. In order they are new Moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full Moon, waning gibbous, third quarter and waning crescent

Background imageSphere Collection: Vintage Map of the World

Vintage Map of the World
Vintage map of the world from 1837



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"The Sphere: A Captivating Journey through Time and Space" Step into the realm of the unknown, where the edge of the firmament beckons with its enigmatic allure. Like a Flammarion engraving, it invites us to explore L atmosphere and delve into meteorologie populaire. In this cosmic tapestry, we encounter Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, immortalized by William McLaren's brushstrokes. Their tale mirrors our own quest for balance in an ever-changing universe. Behold the Whole Earth, captured in Blue Marble 2000 - a testament to our planet's dramatic beauty. Its eternal presence reminds us of our responsibility as stewards of this fragile globe. As we gaze at the Cosmic microwave background, we are humbled by its mysterious whispers from distant galaxies. It unveils secrets hidden within space-time itself. Let us ponder on the Sizes of Solar System planets compared - each one a celestial wonder with its own unique story waiting to be unraveled. Astronomy becomes our guidebook through this vast expanse. Dürer's world map from 1515 transports us back to an era when exploration knew no bounds. The boundaries may have changed since then, but our thirst for knowledge remains everlasting. Amidst all these wonders stands a Twenties flapper girl sitting at a cocktail bar - her spirit embodies both elegance and rebellion against societal norms. She symbolizes humanity's ability to adapt and thrive amidst uncertainty. The Orange Harvest Moon casts its ethereal glow upon us; its radiance illuminates not only earthly landscapes but also dreams that reach beyond what is known. Even The Beatles rehearsing for the Royal Variety Performance find their place within The Sphere - their harmonies echoing across time as they inspire generations with their music's timeless magic. And finally, Scott of the Antarctic graces The Sphere’s pages - his indomitable spirit reminding us that even in adversity, human courage can conquer unimaginable challenges.