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Background imageSpace Collection: Total solar eclipse, artwork

Total solar eclipse, artwork
Total solar eclipse. Computer artwork of the stages before and after a total solar eclipse (centre). The outer corona (white) is seen here

Background imageSpace 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 imageSpace Collection: Apollo 11 astronaut footprint on Moon

Apollo 11 astronaut footprint on Moon
Armstrongs footprint on the Moon. Apollo 11 photograph of the footprint of astronaut Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, imprinted in the lunar surface

Background imageSpace Collection: Earthrise photograph, artwork

Earthrise photograph, artwork
Earthrise photograph. Artwork based on the famous Earthrise photographs taken by the Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders

Background imageSpace Collection: 1919 solar eclipse

1919 solar eclipse. Image 2 of 3. This set of images, taken by the British astronomer Arthur Eddington (1882-1944), confirmed Einsteins theory of general relativity

Background imageSpace Collection: Messier objects, full set

Messier objects, full set
Messier objects. These 110 astronomical objects were catalogued by the French astronomer Charles Messier (1730-1817), a comet hunter who wanted to list the permanent objects in the sky that might be

Background imageSpace Collection: Orion nebula

Orion nebula. Coloured composite infrared and visible light image of the Orion nebula M42. This emission nebula, a cloud of gas and dust in which starbirth takes place

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo Lunar Module interior

Apollo Lunar Module interior. Designed for a crew of two, the controls were used by the pilot to descend from lunar orbit to the Moons surface

Background imageSpace Collection: Orion nebula (M42)

Orion nebula (M42), optical image. This is a huge starbirth region, where gas is coalescing to form new stars. Radiation from the hot young stars ionises the gases in the nebula

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth

Apollo 17 photograph of whole earth
Home planet. Classic photograph of the Earth, taken from Apollo 17 as it made its way to the Moon in December 1972. The continent of Africa fills the upper left quadrant, with Arabia at top centre

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo control panel

Apollo control panel. This is the main control panel from the Apollo command modules. Photographed at the National Air and Space Museum, Dulles, Washington DC, USA

Background imageSpace Collection: Solar prominence

Solar prominence. Ultraviolet SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) satellite image of a solar prominence (bottom left)

Background imageSpace Collection: Orions belt

Orions belt. Optical image of the line of three bright stars making up the belt in the constellation of Orion. The stars are, from lower left to upper right: Alnitak (Zeta Orionis)

Background imageSpace Collection: M51 whirlpool galaxy

M51 whirlpool galaxy

Background imageSpace Collection: Jupiter and Io, New Horizons image

Jupiter and Io, New Horizons image
Jupiter and Io. Montage of images of Jupiter (left) and its moon Io (right), obtained by the New Horizons spacecraft in February and March 2007 as it passed Jupiter on its way to Pluto

Background imageSpace Collection: Spiral galaxy M81, composite image

Spiral galaxy M81, composite image in visible (yellow), infrared (red), and ultraviolet (blue) light. The yellow centre indicates older stars, the blue areas in the spiral arms are hot, young stars

Background imageSpace Collection: Milky Way

Milky Way, optical image. The Milky Way is our own galaxy. Because Earth lies in one of its spiral arms, we look into the central mass of stars and see the galaxy as a band of light crossing the sky

Background imageSpace Collection: Solar system

Solar system. Composite computer artwork of the nine planets of the solar system that orbit the Sun (far right). In order of their distance from the Sun and anticlockwise from top right they are

Background imageSpace Collection: Scorpius constellation

Scorpius constellation. This is a large zodiacal constellation in the southern hemisphere that is visible in summer. The Sun passes though it in late November

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronaut on Moon with Earth

Astronaut on Moon with Earth

Background imageSpace Collection: Christmas star as planetary conjunction

Christmas star as planetary conjunction. Artwork of a possible Christmas Star in the night sky of the year 7 BC. Traces of the planetary conjunction of Jupiter

Background imageSpace Collection: Pillars of Creation

Pillars of Creation, combined Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope image. These towering columns are formed of interstellar hydrogen gas and dust

Background imageSpace Collection: Mars Exploration Rover

Mars Exploration Rover on the surface of Mars, artwork. The first of two identical NASA rovers, Spirit, landed on Mars on 4 January 2004

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo-Soyuz Test Project poster

Apollo-Soyuz Test Project poster. 1979 poster celebrating the joint US/Soviet Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) that flew in 1975

Background imageSpace Collection: Optical photo of the star Sirius using star filter

Optical photo of the star Sirius using star filter
The two bright stars just below centre are Alpha Centauri (left) & Beta Centauri. To their right are the four stars forming the constellation of the Southern Cross, or Crux Australis

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo 14 astronaut on the Moon

Apollo 14 astronaut on the Moon
Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell walking on the Moon and studying a map during the Apollo 14 moon landings. The gravity on the Moon is around a sixth of that on earth

Background imageSpace Collection: Torus universe, artwork

Torus universe, artwork
Torus universe. Computer artwork of a universe shaped like a torus (doughnut-shaped). Some cosmologists believe that the universe could be this shape due to gravity warping spacetime

Background imageSpace Collection: Earthrise as seen from above surface of the moon

Earthrise as seen from above surface of the moon
Earthrise as seen from above the surface of the Moon, photographed by astronauts on board the Apollo 8 spacecraft as it orbited the Moon in 1968

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo lunar rover, artwork

Apollo lunar rover, artwork. Two Apollo astronauts in a lunar rover, exploring on the Moon. Their lunar landing module is at upper left

Background imageSpace Collection: Io and Jupiter, Cassini image

Io and Jupiter, Cassini image. Io, the round object at left, is one of the largest of the moons of Jupiter. Clouds in Jupiters atmosphere form the backdrop to this image

Background imageSpace Collection: Space suits

Space suits hanging in a row from hooks. These space suits, known as Extravehicular Mobility Units (EMUs), have been designed for use during shuttle missions

Background imageSpace Collection: Large Magellanic cloud

Large Magellanic cloud
Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), infrared image. The LMC is a dwarf galaxy, and a satellite of our own Milky Way galaxy. It contains regions of emission nebula (green, yellow and red)

Background imageSpace Collection: Eagle Nebula

Eagle Nebula. Optical image of the Eagle Nebula (M16, NGC 6611). This is an emission nebula, a cloud of gas that glows as the hydrogen gas it contains is ionised by radiation from the hot young stars

Background imageSpace Collection: Diamond ring effect

Diamond ring effect seen during the total solar eclipse of 11th August 1999. This effect may be seen just before or after totality

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronaut descending Lunar Module ladder

Astronaut descending Lunar Module ladder
Astronaut descending ladder of Apollo Lunar Module at the National Air & Space Museum, Washington DC. The lunar module is a flight model spacecraft (LM-2)

Background imageSpace Collection: Meccano Apollo lunar module

Meccano Apollo lunar module on display at the National Space Centre, Leicester, UK. According to the label, the 2579 pieces were assembled by " the MeccanoTeam, Calais, France" in 257 hours

Background imageSpace Collection: Whirlpool Galaxy

Whirlpool Galaxy (M51, NGC 5194), visible light image. The Whirlpool galaxy is locked in a gravitational interaction with the smaller irregular galaxy NGC 5195 (left of M51)

Background imageSpace Collection: Pleiades star cluster, infrared image

Pleiades star cluster, infrared image
Pleiades star cluster, Spitzer infrared image. These bright young stars (blue) are surrounded by interstellar gas and dust (red, orange and green)

Background imageSpace Collection: Orion constellation

Orion constellation. The most prominent feature of the constellation is Orions Belt, a row of three bright stars (centre left)

Background imageSpace Collection: Astronaut footprints on the Moon

Astronaut footprints on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageSpace Collection: Full Moon

Full Moon. The Moon appears full when it is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun during its orbit, when it presents its full sunlit face to Earth

Background imageSpace Collection: Planets internal structures

Planets internal structures, and Pluto, computer artwork. Mercury, Mars and Venus consist of a large iron core (spherical), surrounded by a thick silicate mantle (yellow) covered in a surface crust

Background imageSpace Collection: Neptune, Voyager 2 image

Neptune, Voyager 2 image
Neptune. Neptune is a gas giant, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium with some methane. Seen at centre is the Great Dark Spot, thought to be a hole in the methane cloud deck of Neptune

Background imageSpace Collection: Spacewalk over Earth

Spacewalk over Earth
Spacewalk. Composite image of an astronaut floating free during a spacewalk against a backdrop of cloud systems on Earth. A spacewalk is also known as ExtraVehicular Activity (EVA)

Background imageSpace Collection: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageSpace Collection: Mars, composite satellite images

Mars, composite satellite images
Mars. Composite satellite images of the surface of Mars from multiple aspects. North is at top. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun, and is a rocky desert world

Background imageSpace Collection: Quantised orbits of the planets

Quantised orbits of the planets
Quantum orbits of the planets. Conceptual computer artwork showing the planets of the solar system on a model of atomic orbitals

Background imageSpace Collection: Earth

Planet Earth. Enhanced colour version of the classic Apollo 17 view of the Earth taken in December 1972. The image shows the continents of Africa (centre) and Antarctica (bottom)

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