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This image shows a total eclipse, complete with diamond ring effect, but not necessarily an eclipse on Earth. I have made the moon larger than it would appear in Earth's sky, so this is an alien but Earth-like planet somewhere else in the galaxy – ...
Keywords: exoplanet, satellite, ocean, eclipse, landscape, habitable, Earth-like
This illustration shows a hypothetical, Saturn-like gas giant planet (an exoplanet) viewed from a surface of one of its satellites. Another satellite is seen in the sky. The planet is eclipsing its parent star, which is lighting up its atmosphere lik...
Keywords: exoplanet, eclipse, satellite, landscape, star, ring, space art
The Solar Crown
This picture shows an impression of the Sun's outermost atmosphere, the corona. The corona is very hot, millions of degrees compared to thousands of degrees for the solar surface. But it is very tenuous and can only be seen when the Sun's bright disc...
Keywords: Sun, corona, eclipse, magnetic
3001 Earth Odyssey
Here I show the Earth in the deep future, when our technology has advanced to the point that we can clearly see it from orbit. Or perhaps it's a different planet elsewhere in the universe, somewhat like the Earth but having a greater technology than ...
Keywords: planet, Earth, terrestrial planet, Moon, eclipse, Sun, future, cities, space art...
In the Shadow of Charon
Charon is the largest of the known satellites of Pluto, the Solar System's recently demoted planet. In this depiction, Charon is in the foreground with the Sun behind, casting a sharp shadow of Charon onto the surface of Pluto beyond.
Keywords: Pluto, Charon, eclipse, dwarf planet
Some asteroids pass so close to the Sun that they must glow red-hot at times. Icarus is one such, named after the ill-fated Greek who used wax to bind bird feathers together to make himself a set of wings – only to fly so close to the Sun that the ...
Keywords: asteroid, Sun