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Background imageCosmos Collection: Johannes Keplers model of the universe. Line engraving from his Mysterium Cosmographicum, 1596

Johannes Keplers model of the universe. Line engraving from his Mysterium Cosmographicum, 1596
KEPLERs UNIVERSE, 1596. Johannes Keplers model of the universe. Line engraving from his Mysterium Cosmographicum, 1596

Background imageCosmos Collection: GALILEO: MOON. Sketches by Galileo of the moon as he saw it through the telescope

GALILEO: MOON. Sketches by Galileo of the moon as he saw it through the telescope, from his book The Starry Messenger, 1610

Background imageCosmos Collection: JOHN FLAMSTEED, c. 1700. Royal astronomer John Flamsteed, his one paid assistant, and friend, Marsh

JOHN FLAMSTEED, c. 1700. Royal astronomer John Flamsteed, his one paid assistant, and friend, Marsh, in the old observing room at the Greenwich Observatory, England. English color engraving, c. 1700

Background imageCosmos Collection: Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover

Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover and the lunar module Falcon at the Hadley-Apennine
APOLLO 15: JIM IRWIN, 1971. Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover and the lunar module Falcon at the Hadley-Apennine landing site, during the Apollo 15 mission

Background imageCosmos Collection: JAPAN: ASTRONOMY, 1936. Women watching stars. Color drawing, 1936, by Ota Chou

JAPAN: ASTRONOMY, 1936. Women watching stars. Color drawing, 1936, by Ota Chou

Background imageCosmos Collection: MARS MISSION, 1950s. American magazine illustration by Chesley Bonestell, early 1950s

MARS MISSION, 1950s. American magazine illustration by Chesley Bonestell, early 1950s, depicting an exploratory expedition to Mars preparing for its return flight to Earth

Background imageCosmos Collection: PTOLEMY (2nd CENTURY A. D. ). Alexandrian astronomer, mathematician and geographer

PTOLEMY (2nd CENTURY A. D. ). Alexandrian astronomer, mathematician and geographer: colored line engraving, French
PTOLEMY (2nd CENTURY A.D.). Alexandrian astronomer, mathematician and geographer: colored line engraving, French, 1584

Background imageCosmos Collection: CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE, 1660. Schillers Christianized Heaven, southern hemisphere

CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE, 1660. Schillers Christianized Heaven, southern hemisphere, from Andreas Cellarius " Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica" published, 1660, in Amsterdam

Background imageCosmos Collection: TURKISH ASTRONOMERS. Astronomers in the Istanbul observatory

TURKISH ASTRONOMERS. Astronomers in the Istanbul observatory. Ottoman manuscript illumination, late 16th century

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 11: BUZZ ALDRIN. Astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin standing on moon

APOLLO 11: BUZZ ALDRIN. Astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin standing on moon. Neil Armstrong and Eagle reflected in his visor
APOLLO 11: BUZZ ALDRIN. Astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin standing on moon. Armstrong and Eagle reflected in his visor, 20 July 1969

Background imageCosmos Collection: Southern Hemisphere, by Carel Allard, Amsterdam

Southern Hemisphere, by Carel Allard, Amsterdam
CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE. Southern Hemisphere, by Carel Allard, Amsterdam

Background imageCosmos Collection: PHASES OF THE MOON. Woodcut designed by Hans Holbein the Younger from Sebastian Munsters Canones

PHASES OF THE MOON. Woodcut designed by Hans Holbein the Younger from Sebastian Munsters Canones super novum instrumentum luminarium, Basel, 1534

Background imageCosmos Collection: GALILEO GALILEI (1564-1642). Galileo before the Holy Office in 1633

GALILEO GALILEI (1564-1642). Galileo before the Holy Office in 1633. After the painting, 1847, by Tony Robert-Fleury

Background imageCosmos Collection: Chinese Astronomer, 1675

Chinese Astronomer, 1675
CHINESE ASTRONOMER, 1675. Chinese painting, 1675

Background imageCosmos Collection: tower built in the 11th century. Water-driven gears rotate an armillary sphere and a celestial globe

tower built in the 11th century. Water-driven gears rotate an armillary sphere and a celestial globe
CHINESE ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK tower built in the 11th century. Water-driven gears rotate an armillary sphere and a celestial globe

Background imageCosmos Collection: Anatomical / Astrological Man. Miniature depicting the influence of the zodiacal stars

Anatomical / Astrological Man. Miniature depicting the influence of the zodiacal stars on the human body from the 15th
ANATOMICAL MAN. Anatomical/Astrological Man. Miniature depicting the influence of the zodiacal stars on the human body from the 15th century manuscript of the " Tres Riches Heures" of Jean

Background imageCosmos Collection: The Earth as the center of the universe, surrounded by the 12 wind gods

The Earth as the center of the universe, surrounded by the 12 wind gods. Color woodcut by Albrecht Durer from W
PTOLEMAIC UNIVERSE, 1525. The Earth as the center of the universe, surrounded by the 12 wind gods. Color woodcut by Albrecht Durer from W

Background imageCosmos Collection: A pre-Copernican (Ptolemaic) conception of the universe with the earth at the center

A pre-Copernican (Ptolemaic) conception of the universe with the earth at the center
PRE-COPERNICAN UNIVERSE. A pre-Copernican (Ptolemaic) conception of the universe with the earth at the center and showing the movements of the heavens

Background imageCosmos Collection: YOUNG ASTRONOMER. Leyden School. Oil on oak, second half of 17th century

YOUNG ASTRONOMER. Leyden School. Oil on oak, second half of 17th century

Background imageCosmos Collection: MENTAL ILLNESS. The moon affecting womens minds. Detail of a French engraving, 17th century

MENTAL ILLNESS. The moon affecting womens minds. Detail of a French engraving, 17th century

Background imageCosmos Collection: CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE, 1660. Celestial planisphere of the northern hemisphere from Andreas

CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE, 1660. Celestial planisphere of the northern hemisphere from Andreas Cellarius Atlas Coelestis
CELESTIAL PLANISPHERE, 1660. Celestial planisphere of the northern hemisphere from Andreas Cellarius " Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica" published, 1660, in Amsterdam

Background imageCosmos Collection: ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. Observatory at Peking, China. French engraving, 1747

ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. Observatory at Peking, China. French engraving, 1747, after an engraving from Le Comtes Voyage au Chine, 1698

Background imageCosmos Collection: COMET OF 1812. Seen from the Pont Neuf in Paris. Contemporary French colored engraving

COMET OF 1812. Seen from the Pont Neuf in Paris. Contemporary French colored engraving

Background imageCosmos Collection: JOHANNES HEVELIUS (1611-1687). Polish astronomer. Hevelius and his wife, Elisabeth

JOHANNES HEVELIUS (1611-1687). Polish astronomer. Hevelius and his wife, Elisabeth, observing the heavens. Copper engraving from Hevelius Machina coelestis, 1673

Background imageCosmos Collection: TYCHO BRAHE (1546-1601). Danish astronomer. Brahe surrounded by his instruments

TYCHO BRAHE (1546-1601). Danish astronomer. Brahe surrounded by his instruments and assistants in his castle of Uraniborg, Denmark. Line engraving, early 17th century

Background imageCosmos Collection: SPACE: APOLLO 11. President Richard M. Nixon applauds astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins

SPACE: APOLLO 11. President Richard M. Nixon applauds astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Buzz Aldrin in the quarantine trailer, 1969

Background imageCosmos Collection: SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER. Photographed in orbit

SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER. Photographed in orbit

Background imageCosmos Collection: SPACE: APOLLO 9. Apollo 9, March 1969: Command and Service Modules viewed from docked Lunar Module

SPACE: APOLLO 9. Apollo 9, March 1969: Command and Service Modules viewed from docked Lunar Module

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 15, 1971. Jim Irwin standing by the lunar rover, Mount Hadley in the background

APOLLO 15, 1971. Jim Irwin standing by the lunar rover, Mount Hadley in the background

Background imageCosmos Collection: ZEISS PLANETARIUM PROJECTOR. Greenwich Planetarium, England

ZEISS PLANETARIUM PROJECTOR. Greenwich Planetarium, England

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 17: BOULDER, 1972. Astronaut Harrison H. Jack Schmitt standing by a huge split boulder

APOLLO 17: BOULDER, 1972. Astronaut Harrison H. Jack Schmitt standing by a huge split boulder on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 17 mission, 13 December 1972

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 17, DECEMBER 1972: Front of Lunar Rover and Schmitt working by large boulder

APOLLO 17, DECEMBER 1972: Front of Lunar Rover and Schmitt working by large boulder

Background imageCosmos Collection: GEMINI 4: SPACEWALK, 1965. Astronaut Edward H. White during spacewalk, 3 June 1965

GEMINI 4: SPACEWALK, 1965. Astronaut Edward H. White during spacewalk, 3 June 1965

Background imageCosmos Collection: MAP OF THE UNIVERSE, 1660. According to the theories of Tycho Brahe (1546-1601)

MAP OF THE UNIVERSE, 1660. According to the theories of Tycho Brahe (1546-1601) from Andreas Cellarius " Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica" published, 1660, in Amsterdam

Background imageCosmos Collection: NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473-1543). Polish astronomer. Observing the skies at night

NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473-1543). Polish astronomer. Observing the skies at night. After the painting by Otto Brausewetter (1835-1904)

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 11: EARTH. Apollo 11: View of Earth from 160, 000 miles

APOLLO 11: EARTH. Apollo 11: View of Earth from 160, 000 miles

Background imageCosmos Collection: ASTRONOMER, 1530. An astronomer trying to discover the secrets behind the Milky Way

ASTRONOMER, 1530. An astronomer trying to discover the secrets behind the Milky Way. Swiss or German woodcut, 1530

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 15: MOON, 1971. Oblique view of the Moons farside from command module in orbit, 1971

APOLLO 15: MOON, 1971. Oblique view of the Moons farside from command module in orbit, 1971

Background imageCosmos Collection: APOLLO 16: EARTH. Apollo 16: Earth from command module with North America at center

APOLLO 16: EARTH. Apollo 16: Earth from command module with North America at center

Background imageCosmos Collection: ASTRONOMERS atop Mount Athos, Greece, study the heavens with the aid of astrolabes while others

ASTRONOMERS atop Mount Athos, Greece, study the heavens with the aid of astrolabes while others record their readings: 15th century ms. illumination

Background imageCosmos Collection: JUPITER, EUROPA, & IO. Voyager I photograph of Jupiter, Europa, and Io from 20 million miles

JUPITER, EUROPA, & IO. Voyager I photograph of Jupiter, Europa, and Io from 20 million miles

Background imageCosmos Collection: PTOLEMY: ALMAGEST, 1490. List of star positions from an English ms

PTOLEMY: ALMAGEST, 1490. List of star positions from an English ms. Latin translation of Ptolemys Almagest, 1490

Background imageCosmos Collection: SPACE: SKYLAB 3, 1973. The Skylab 3 space station photographed in orbit, 1973

SPACE: SKYLAB 3, 1973. The Skylab 3 space station photographed in orbit, 1973

Background imageCosmos Collection: ESCORIAL: TAPESTRY. Tapestry depicting astronomy at the Escorial Palace, Spain, 16th century

ESCORIAL: TAPESTRY. Tapestry depicting astronomy at the Escorial Palace, Spain, 16th century

Background imageCosmos Collection: ZODIAC SIGN: LIBRA, c1350. Manuscript illumination, Polish, mid-14th century

ZODIAC SIGN: LIBRA, c1350. Manuscript illumination, Polish, mid-14th century, for Al-Sufis Book of Fixed Stars, written in Arabic, c964

Background imageCosmos Collection: ZODIAC: SAGITTARIUS. Fresco, 1575, from Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Italy

ZODIAC: SAGITTARIUS. Fresco, 1575, from Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Italy


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