Kosmos

kosmos
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Marsjańska pustynia

Marsjańska pustynia

Lawina na Iapetusie

Lawina na Iapetusie

Beta Hydri

Beta Hydri

Cień Charona , na Plutonie

Cień Charona , na Plutonie

Pierścienie Saturna

Pierścienie Saturna

Europa

Europa

Dalej na Io

Dalej na Io

Eksploracja Io

Eksploracja Io

Widok z Księżyca

Widok z Księżyca

Księżyc

Księżyc


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Sunrise on Mercury: The slow rotation and short year of Mercury combine to produce two sunrises and two sunsets every day. Mercury is three times closer to the sun than Earth is, and its light and heat are nine times more intense.

Out of This World: Ron Miller's Spectacular Space Art

Sunrise on Mercury: The slow rotation and short year of Mercury combine to produce two sunrises and two sunsets every day. Mercury is three times closer to the sun than Earth is, and its light and heat are nine times more intense.

Venus: Crushing pressure, sulfuric acid rain, 700-degree temperatures. If you want to see Venus' towering Maxwell Mountains you better look fast — because it'd be a race to see whether you'd be crushed, incinerated or dissolved first.

Out of This World: Ron Miller's Spectacular Space Art

Venus: Crushing pressure, sulfuric acid rain, 700-degree temperatures. If you want to see Venus' towering Maxwell Mountains you better look fast — because it'd be a race to see whether you'd be crushed, incinerated or dissolved first.

Новости

Новости

Terra, a 150 milhões de quilômetros do Sol. Um eclipse solar estampa os céus sobre uma lagoa pacata, em meio ao clima ameno e à vida pulsante de nosso belo planeta (Foto: Ron Miller | Divulgação)

Terra, a 150 milhões de quilômetros do Sol. Um eclipse solar estampa os céus sobre uma lagoa pacata, em meio ao clima ameno e à vida pulsante de nosso belo planeta (Foto: Ron Miller | Divulgação)

The Sun from Pluto, which has a highly elliptical orbit, is an average of 5.91 billion kilometers (3.67 billion miles) from the Sun

The Sun from Pluto, which has a highly elliptical orbit, is an average of 5.91 billion kilometers (3.67 billion miles) from the Sun

Ο ήλιος. Από γωνιές του ηλιακού μας συστήματος.   Ίσως πια στο μυαλό μας να έχουμε εικόνες από τους πλανήτες του ηλιακού μας συστήματος. Τα διαστημικά ταξίδια άλλωστε επανδρωμένων ή μη σκαφών έχουν βοηθήσει την ζωηρή φαντασία μας. Ωστόσο πως θα σου φαινόταν να μπορώ να σου δείξω τη θέα του ήλιου από οικόπεδα με καταπληκτική θέα που δεν είναι στην γη; Ότι θα δεις από δω και κάτω είναι η δουλειά του Ron Miller που προσπάθησε να αποτυπώσει τη θέα του ήλιου από πλανήτες δορυφόρους και λοιπά…

Ο ήλιος. Από γωνιές του ηλιακού μας συστήματος. Ίσως πια στο μυαλό μας να έχουμε εικόνες από τους πλανήτες του ηλιακού μας συστήματος. Τα διαστημικά ταξίδια άλλωστε επανδρωμένων ή μη σκαφών έχουν βοηθήσει την ζωηρή φαντασία μας. Ωστόσο πως θα σου φαινόταν να μπορώ να σου δείξω τη θέα του ήλιου από οικόπεδα με καταπληκτική θέα που δεν είναι στην γη; Ότι θα δεις από δω και κάτω είναι η δουλειά του Ron Miller που προσπάθησε να αποτυπώσει τη θέα του ήλιου από πλανήτες δορυφόρους και λοιπά…

Artist Ron Miller - Science, SyFY, paintings

Artist Ron Miller - Science, SyFY, paintings

The Great Wall (officially known as "Verona Rupes") of Miranda, one of the moons of Uranus, is a fabulous, sheer-walled cliff 15,000 feet high. The great height of the cliff combined with the low gravity on Miranda would mean that a clumsy astronaut falling from the edge would take more than five minutes to reach the bottom.

Out of This World: Ron Miller's Spectacular Space Art

The Great Wall (officially known as "Verona Rupes") of Miranda, one of the moons of Uranus, is a fabulous, sheer-walled cliff 15,000 feet high. The great height of the cliff combined with the low gravity on Miranda would mean that a clumsy astronaut falling from the edge would take more than five minutes to reach the bottom.

Valles Marineris (Mars) a canyon as long as the United States is wide and up to 4.3 miles (7 km) deep.

The Seven Wonders of the Solar System

Valles Marineris (Mars) a canyon as long as the United States is wide and up to 4.3 miles (7 km) deep.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot: Jupiter is a planet of storms. Vast cyclones rage through its atmosphere. The largest of these hurricanes is so enormous that it is visible from the earth.  It was first seen in the seventeenth century, when it was named the Great Red Spot. Its swirling clouds cover an oval 7,500 miles long and 1,500 miles wide -- an area large enough to swallow two whole earths.

Out of This World: Ron Miller's Spectacular Space Art

Jupiter's Great Red Spot: Jupiter is a planet of storms. Vast cyclones rage through its atmosphere. The largest of these hurricanes is so enormous that it is visible from the earth. It was first seen in the seventeenth century, when it was named the Great Red Spot. Its swirling clouds cover an oval 7,500 miles long and 1,500 miles wide -- an area large enough to swallow two whole earths.

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