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Amazing Hi-Def CME by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

A beautiful prominence eruption shot off the east limb (left side) of the sun on April This image was captured by NASA’s SDO satellite.

Uranus: the planet shines faintly, is greatly tilted on its axis, and has icy rings. Scientists say that this planet is so consistent in its color that it doesn't look real.

Uranus Voyager 1986 ( ring at North / South instead of East / West / scientists believe it suffered a catastrophic impact that caused this peculiar orientation to occur ⭐️

Saturn - second largest planet; 62 moons; orbit = 29.5 Earth years; rotation = 10h, 32m, 35s; the rings are only 20 meters in thickness

Have you ever seen the Southern or Northern Lights? Earth isn't the only planet that puts on these beautiful light shows, which are also called the "aurora". Aurora have been seen at both poles of Saturn, too, as well as at the poles of Jupiter.

Ganymede A satellite of Jupiter and the largest moon in the Solar System. It is the seventh moon and third Galilean satellite outward from Jupiter. Completing an orbit in roughly seven days, Ganymede participates in a 1:2:4 orbital resonance with the moons Europa and Io, respectively.

Ganymede A satellite of Jupiter and the largest moon in the Solar System. It is the seventh moon and third Galilean satellite outward from Jupiter. Completing an orbit in roughly seven days, Ganymede participates in a orbital resonance with the moon

Ganymede. One of Jupiter's Moons. Largest satellite in the solar system with a diameter of 3270 mi. It is larger than Mercury & Pluto, & 3/4 the size of Mars. If Ganeymede orbited the Sun instead of Jupiter, it would be classified as a planet.

Ganymede is a satellite of Jupiter and is the largest moon in the solar system. It is even bigger than the planet Mercury. The image is an enhanced-color Galileo spacecraft image of Ganymede’…

Galaxies light up the night sky in amazing cosmic vista Can you spot the Milky Way and its closest neighbor, Andromeda, in this stunning vertical panorama?

mothernaturenetwork: “ Galaxies light up the night sky in amazing cosmic vista Can you spot the Milky Way and its closest neighbor, Andromeda, in this stunning vertical panorama?