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PHOTO GALLERY OF FANTASTIC IMAGES OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

The date each image was added to this site follows the link; moon names are in bold.

Asteroids:
    Asteroid Gaspra compared to Mars' two moons Asteroid Gaspra compared to Mars' two moons (added January 26, 2008)
    Asteroid Ida and its tiny moon Dactyl Asteroid Ida and its tiny moon Dactyl (added March 17, 2008)
Astrological Aspects:
    Astrological aspects: Jupiter conjunct Neptune depiction Jupiter conjunct Neptune depiction (added June 13, 2009)
    Astrological aspects: Jupiter conjunct Saturn depiction Jupiter conjunct Saturn depiction (added April 18, 2010)
    Astrological aspects: Saturn opposite Uranus depiction Saturn opposite Uranus depiction (added October 13, 2008)
    Astrological aspects: Saturn square Pluto depiction Saturn square Pluto depiction (added October 15, 2009)
Earth:
    Antarctic ice loss, which has increased by 75% during 1996-2006! Antarctic ice loss, which has increased dramatically - by 75% during 1996-2006! (added January 29, 2008)
    Antarctic hole in the ozone layer in 2005 Antarctic hole in the ozone layer in 2005 (added March 25, 2008)
    Arctic sea ice minimum in 1980 compared with 2007, below Arctic sea ice minimum in 1980 compared with 2007, below (added March 24, 2008)
    Arctic sea ice minimum in 2007 with a graph of its 29 year decline Arctic sea ice minimum in 2007 with a graph of its 29 year decline (added March 24, 2008)
    Bank run in New York City during the Depression of 1873-1879 Bank run in New York City during the Depression of 1873-1879 (added January 5, 2009)
    Bank run in New York City during the Great Depression of 1929-1933 Bank run in New York City during the Great Depression of 1929-1933 (added January 5, 2009)
    Burning of the Bonus Army Hooverville during the Great Depression of 1929-1933 Burning of the "Bonus Army Hooverville" during the Great Depression of 1929-1933 (added January 19, 2009)
    Declaration of Independence - the famous painting by John Trumball Declaration of Independence - the famous painting by John Trumball (added April 16, 2009)
    Earth photo taken by the crew of Apollo 17 while traveling toward the Moon Earth photo taken by the crew of Apollo 17 while traveling toward the Moon (added January 31, 2008)
    Earthrise over mountains on the Moon, captured by the Apollo 11 crew Earthrise over mountains on the Moon, captured by the Apollo 11 crew (added February 2, 2008)
    Earth is a mere dot when viewed from Saturn! Earth is a mere dot (not visible in this thumbnail) when viewed from Saturn! (added January 14, 2008)
    Glaciers in retreat - McCarty Glacier
            photographed in 1909 and 2004Glaciers in retreat - McCarty Glacier photographed in 1909 and 2004 Glaciers in retreat - McCarty Glacier photographed in 1909 and 2004 (added March 13, 2009)
    Glaciers in retreat - Muir Glacier photographed in 1941 and 2004Glaciers in retreat - Muir Glacier photographed in 1941 and 2004 Glaciers in retreat - Muir Glacier photographed in 1941 and 2004 (added March 13, 2009)
    Hurricane Isabel photographed by satellite Hurricane Isabel photographed by satellite (added January 23, 2008)
    Hurricane Katrina photographed by satellite before it flooded New Orleans Hurricane Katrina photographed by satellite before it flooded New Orleans (added January 23, 2008)
    Hurricane Katrina image showing the warm sea surface temperatures that fed her Hurricane Katrina image showing the warm sea surface temperatures that fed her (added March 7, 2008)
    Independence Hall: close-up of the clock tower on the back of the $100 bill Independence Hall - close-up of the clock tower on the back of the $100 bill (added April 16, 2009)
    Influenza Pandemic 1918-1919 - poster that appeared in Chicago movie theaters Influenza Pandemic 1918-1919 - poster that appeared in Chicago movie theaters (added May 15, 2009)
    Influenza Pandemic 1918-1919 - temporary flu hospital in a gymnasium Influenza Pandemic 1918-1919 - temporary flu hospital in a gymnasium (added May 15, 2009)
    Influenza Pandemic 2009-2010 - microscopic view of the 2009 swine flu virus Influenza Pandemic 2009-2010 - microscopic view of the 2009 swine flu virus (added May 15, 2009)
    Influenza Pandemic 2009-2010 - CDC posters aimed at those who are sick Influenza Pandemic 2009-2010 - CDC posters aimed at those who are sick (added May 15, 2009)
    2006 Lauch of the New Horizons spacecraft, which will rendevous with Pluto in 2015 New Horizons spacecraft launch in 2006.  It will rendevous with Pluto in 2015 (added February 13, 2010)
    New Orleans after it was flooded by Hurricane Katrina; photographed by satellite New Orleans after it was flooded by Hurricane Katrina; photographed by satellite (added April 1, 2010)
    Phosphate mining area in central Florida, photographed in infrared by satellite Phosphate mining area in central Florida, photographed in infrared by satellite (added March 9, 2009)
    Women demonstrating in front of the White House in 1918 for the right to vote Women demonstrating in front of the White House in 1918 for the right to vote (added January 5, 2009)
    Earth’s Moon:
        The heavily cratered far side of the Moon The heavily cratered far side of the Moon (added February 8, 2008)
        Mosaic of the Moon's north polar region Color mosaic of the Moon's north polar region (added January 31, 2008)
        False-color composite of the Moon makes it very colorful False-color composite of the Moon makes it very colorful (added January 24, 2008)
Galaxies:
    Galaxies colliding Galaxies colliding (added January 16, 2008)
Hurricanes:
    Hurricane Isabel photographed by satellite Earth's Hurricane Isabel photographed by satellite (added January 23, 2008)
    Hurricane Katrina photographed by satellite before it flooded New Orleans Earth's Hurricane Katrina photographed by satellite before it flooded New Orleans (added January 15, 2008)
    Hurricane Katrina showing the warm sea surface temperatures that fed her Earth's Hurricane Katrina showing the warm sea surface temperatures that fed her (added March 7, 2008)
    Jupiter's greatest hurricane, its Great Red Spot, is larger than Earth! Jupiter's greatest hurricane - its Great Red Spot - is larger than Earth! (added January 24, 2008)
    Neptune's huge hurricanes Neptune's huge hurricanes (added February 11, 2008)
Jupiter:
    Jupiter's Equatorial Zone, in an exaggerated color composite Jupiter's Equatorial Zone, in an exaggerated color composite (added March 7, 2008)
    Jupiter's greatest hurricane, its Great Red Spot, is larger than Earth! Jupiter's Great Red Spot (in exaggerated color) is a hurricane larger than Earth! (added January 24, 2008)
    Comet Shoemaker-Levy striking Jupiter and the huge blotches it left Comet Shoemaker-Levy striking Jupiter and the huge blotches it left (added January 19, 2008)
    Jupiter’s Moons:
        Montage of Jupiter's Great Red Spot with the Galilean moons Montage of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and the four moons first seen by Galileo, to scale (added February 1, 2008)
        Montage of Jupiter and the Galilean moons Montage of Jupiter and the Galilean moons (added January 31, 2008)
        Jupiter is eclipsed by Europa and Io Jupiter is "eclipsed" by Europa and Io (added January 21, 2008)
        Europa and Io together as crescents Europa and Io together as crescents (added January 21, 2010)
        Europa - two images of this ice ball, in false and natural colors Europa - two images of this ice ball, in false and natural colors (added February 7, 2008)
        Europa - unique, interesting patterns in its icy crust Europa - unique, interesting patterns in its icy crust (added January 21, 2010)
        Ganymede - enhanced color, global view of the largest moon in our solar system Ganymede - enhanced color, global view of the largest moon in our solar system (added March 16, 2008)
        Io in front of Jupiter and its shadow cast upon the planet's cloud tops Io in front of Jupiter and its shadow cast upon the planet's cloud tops (added January 21, 2010)
        Io appears suspended above Jupiter's cloudtops Io appears suspended above Jupiter's cloudtops (added January 21, 2010)
        Io as a thin crescent, showing huge eruptions of sulphur dioxide snow Io as a thin crescent, showing huge eruptions of sulphur dioxide "snow" (added December 21, 2009)
        Io mountains at sunset Io very high mountains at sunset (added January 21, 2010)
Mars:
    Mars' Marineris hemisphere, showing the largest canyon system in the solar system Mars' Marineris hemisphere, showing the largest canyon system in the solar system (added January 20, 2008)
    Mars' permanent, north polar ice cap, composed of dry ice and water ice Mars' permanent, north polar ice cap, composed of dry ice and water ice (added February 8, 2008)
    Mars' Olympus Mons, the tallest known volcano and mountain in our solar system Mars' Olympus Mons, the tallest known volcano and mountain in our solar system (added January 23, 2008)
    Mars' Hebes Chasma in a 3-D closeup image - evidence of water Mars' Hebes Chasma in a 3-D closeup image - evidence of water (added April 28, 2008)
    Mars’ Moons:
        Montage comparing Mars' two moons, Deimos and Phobos, with the asteroid Gaspra Montage comparing Mars' two moons, Deimos and Phobos, with the asteroid Gaspra (added January 26, 2008)
Mercury:
    Mercury as a crescent, in a close-up that looks like Earth's Moon Mercury as a crescent, in a close-up that looks like Earth's Moon (added January 20, 2008)
    Mercury's previously unseen hemisphere shown close-up for the first time Mercury's previously unseen hemisphere shown close-up for the first time (added February 11, 2008)
    Mercury's Brahms Crater, in the twilight zone Mercury's Brahms Crater, in the twilight zone (added January 27, 2008)
    A rare Mercury passage into the heart of the Sun on May 7, 2003 A rare Mercury passage into "the heart of the Sun" on May 7, 2003, in ultraviolet light (added January 20, 2008)
Montages:
    Jupiter's Great Red Spot and the four moons first seen by Galileo Jupiter's Great Red Spot and the four moons first seen by Galileo, to scale (added February 1, 2008)
    Jupiter and the four Galilean moons Jupiter and the four Galilean moons (added January 31, 2008)
    Astrological aspects: Jupiter conjunct Neptune depiction Astrological aspects: Jupiter conjunct Neptune depiction (added June 13, 2009)
    Astrological aspects: Jupiter conjunct Saturn depiction Jupiter conjunct Saturn depiction (added April 18, 2010)
    Mars' two Moons, Deimos and Phobos, compared to the asteroid Gaspras Mars' two Moons, Deimos and Phobos, compared to the asteroid Gaspra (added January 26, 2008)
    Neptune and its largest moon Triton Neptune and its largest moon Triton (added January 21, 2008)
    Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, and other dwarf planets Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, and other dwarf planets (added February 15, 2010)
    Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, Sedna, and Quaoar Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, Sedna, and Quaoar (added July 1, 2008)
    Saturn and six of its largest moons Saturn and six of its largest moons (added February 18, 2008)
    Astrological aspects: Saturn opposite Uranus depiction Astrological aspects: Saturn opposite Uranus depiction (added October 13, 2008)
    Astrological aspects: Saturn square Pluto depiction Astrological aspects: Saturn square Pluto depiction (added October 15, 2009)
    Solar System - large depictions of the planets Solar System - large depictions of the planets (added September 11, 2006)
    Solar System - planetary images taken by 6 different spacecraft Solar System - planetary images taken by 6 different spacecraft (added January 19, 2008)
    Solar System - photographs of the planets, to scale Solar System - photographs of the planets, to scale (added February 7, 2008)
Moon - see Earth’s Moon under Earth
Neptune:
    Global image of Neptune, including the south pole and the Great Dark Spot hurricane Global image, including the south pole and the Great Dark Spot hurricane (added January 18, 2008)
    Neptune and its largest moon Triton as crescents - we will never see them like this from Earth! Neptune and its largest moon Triton as crescents - we will never see them like this from Earth! (added May 19, 2008)
    Neptune's south pole as a crescent Neptune's south pole as a crescent (added February 21, 2010)
    Neptune's streaks of cloudtops 31 miles high stretched by 1300 MPH winds! Neptune's streaks of cloudtops 31 miles high stretched by 1300 MPH winds! (added February 3, 2008)
    Neptune's huge hurricanes Neptune's huge hurricanes (added February 11, 2008)
    Neptune's evanescent eye - a large storm system that has since disappeared Neptune's evanescent "eye" - a large storm system that has since disappeared (added September 11, 2006)
    Neptune’s Moon Triton:
        Close-up of Neptune's largest moon Triton, in a montage with Neptune Close-up of Neptune's largest moon Triton, in a montage with Neptune (added January 21, 2008)
Pluto and its Moons:
    Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, and other dwarf planets Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, and other dwarf planets (added February 15, 2010)
    Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, Sedna, and Quaoar Pluto compared in size to Earth, our Moon, Sedna, and Quaoar (added July 1, 2008)
    Pluto, its moon Charon, and the two moons discovered in May 2005, Nix and Hydra Pluto, its moon Charon, and the two moons discovered in May 2005, Nix and Hydra (added September 17, 2006)
    2006 Lauch of the New Horizons spacecraft, which will rendevous with Pluto in 2015 New Horizons spacecraft launch in 2006.  It will rendevous with Pluto in 2015 (added February 13, 2010)
Saturn:
    Saturn eclipses the Sun in this incredible backlit view of the planet never seen before Saturn eclipses the Sun in this incredible backlit view of the planet never seen before (added January 20, 2008)
    Largest, most detailed, global, natural color view of Saturn and its rings ever made Largest, most detailed, global, natural color view of Saturn and its rings ever made (added February 2, 2008)
    Spectacular, natural color mosaic of Saturn and the dark side of the rings Spectacular, natural color mosaic of Saturn and the dark side of the rings (added March 18, 2008)
    Exaggerated, false color photo of Saturn, its rings, and four of its moons Exaggerated, false color photo of Saturn, its rings, and four of its moons (added March 26, 2008)
    The rings, viewed edge-on, cast a dramatic shadow on Saturn's cloud tops The rings, viewed edge-on, cast a dramatic shadow on Saturn's cloud tops (added March 26, 2008)
    Saturn’s Moons and Rings:
        Montage of Saturn and six of its largest moons Montage of Saturn and six of its largest moons (added February 18, 2008)
        Dione appears to roll down the rings while tiny Atlas looks like a mere speck Dione appears to roll down the rings while tiny Atlas looks like a mere speck (added March 16, 2008)
        Dione is eclipsed by smaller Mimas above the rings Dione is eclipsed by smaller Mimas above the rings (added February 21, 2010)
        Enceladus as a crescent below the rings, spraying a distinct jet of ice particles Enceladus as a crescent below the rings, spraying a distinct jet of ice particles (added March 26, 2008)
        Enceladus and the E ring it creates, including a view of Earth from Saturn Enceladus and the E ring it creates, including a view of Earth from Saturn (added January 14, 2008)
        Enceladus in a color-enhanced image of one of the moon's geysers Enceladus in a color-enhanced image of one of the moon's geysers (added September 19, 2006)
        Enceladus, Mimas, the dark side of Saturn, and the rings Enceladus, Mimas, the dark side of Saturn, and the rings (added February 13, 2010)
        Mimas half lit, showing the outline of its largest crater Mimas half lit, showing the outline of its largest crater (added February 21, 2010)
        Mimas - a closeup in front of the edge of Saturn Mimas - a closeup in front of the edge of Saturn showing its cratered surface (added February 28, 2010)
        Mimas is highlighted by strikingly beautiful, blue shadows of the rings Mimas is highlighted by strikingly beautiful, blue shadows of the rings (added February 13, 2010)
        Mimas' shadow stretches across the rings at Saturn's equinox Mimas' shadow stretches across the rings at Saturn's equinox (added December 21, 2009)
        Phoebe - closeup of a small, irregular shaped, icy moon Phoebe - closeup of a small, irregular shaped, icy moon (added February 28, 2010)
        Rhea, the 2nd largest moon, eclipses Saturn Rhea, Saturn's 2nd largest moon, "eclipses" Saturn (added January 16, 2008)
        Rhea is partially hidden by the rings Rhea is partially hidden by the rings (added September 9, 2006)
        Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is cut by the rings and partially eclipsed by Enceladus Tethys, Titan and the dark side of the rings (added February 21, 2010)
        Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is cut by the rings and partially eclipsed by Enceladus Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is cut by the rings and partially eclipsed by Enceladus (added September 11, 2006)
        Titan appears bisected by the rings, seen here as a black line Titan appears bisected by the rings, seen here as a black line (added September 11, 2006)
        The dark side of Saturn's rings The dark side of Saturn's rings (added January 13, 2008)
        The dark side of Saturn's rings Saturn illuminated by "ringlight" and the dark side of the rings (added February 21, 2010)
Solar System:
    Montage of planetary images taken by 6 different spacecraft Montage of planetary images taken by 6 different spacecraft (added January 19, 2008)
    Montage of large depictions of the planets Montage of large depictions of the planets (added September 11, 2006)
    Montage of photographs of the planets, to scale Montage of photographs of the planets, to scale (added February 7, 2008)
Sun:
    A huge sunspot, as large as 15 Earths and the largest seen since 1989 A huge sunspot, as large as 15 Earths and the largest seen since 1989 (added February 18, 2008)
    The Sun in extreme ultraviolet light showing its corona and magnetic storms The Sun in extreme ultraviolet light showing its corona and magnetic storms (added January 9, 2008)
    The Sun in ultraviolet light with a huge solar prominence The Sun in ultraviolet light with a huge solar prominence (added September 19, 2006)
    A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, in ultraviolet light A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, in ultraviolet light (added September 19, 2006)
Uranus:
    Uranus as a crescent - we will never see it this way from Earth Uranus as a crescent - we will never see it this way from Earth! (added January 21, 2008)
    Uranus as a large crescent, taken by Voyager 2 Uranus as a large crescent, taken by Voyager 2 (added December 28, 2009)
    Uranus' atmosphere is revealed in this multi-colored image Uranus’ atmosphere is revealed in this multi-colored image (added February 1, 2008)
    Uranus’ Moons:
        Two images of Uranus, its rings and 8 of its moons, showing their movement over time Two images of Uranus, its rings and 8 of its moons, showing their movement over time (added January 19, 2008)
        Ariel - mosaic of the most detailed photos showing its very long and deep canyons Ariel - mosaic of the most detailed photos showing its very long and deep canyons (added December 21, 2009)
        Miranda - global mosaic showing its bizarre geography Miranda - global mosaic showing its bizarre geography (added April 22, 2008)
        Miranda - photo of its amazing, 12 mile-high, shear cliffs Miranda - photo of its amazing, 12 mile-high, shear cliffs! (added February 3, 2008)
Venus:
    Hemispheric, multi-colored composite of radar images of elevation Hemispheric, multi-colored composite of radar images of elevation (added January 17, 2008)
    Multi-colored composite of radar images of elevation (the hemisphere opposite the above) Multi-colored composite of radar images of elevation (the hemisphere opposite the above) (added January 27, 2008)
    Beautiful, multi-colored, radio-thermal emissions image of a volcano on Venus Beautiful, multi-colored, radio-thermal emissions image of a volcano on Venus (added January 30, 2008)
    Three-dimensional view of three impact craters on Venus Three-dimensional view of three impact craters on Venus (added February 26, 2008)
    Computer-generated, three-dimensional view of two volcanoes on Venus Computer-generated, three-dimensional view of two volcanoes on Venus (added January 17, 2008)
    A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, close-up of the beginning A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, close-up of the beginning (added September 13, 2006)
    A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, in ultraviolet light A rare Venus passage in front of the Sun on June 8, 2004, in ultraviolet light (added September 19, 2006)

Acronyms in photo credits are NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration; JPL - Jet Propulsion Laboratory (at Caltech - California Institute of Technology); USGS - United States Geological Survey; NSSDC - National Space Science Data Center; STScI - Space Telescope Science Institute; SVS - Scientific Visualization Studio; ESA - European Space Agency; TRACE - Transition Region and Coronal Explorer; LMSAL - Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory; MODIS - Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer; SOHO - Solar and Heliospheric Observatory.

Links to Gary’s Favorite Fantastic Photos on Other Sites:
Cassiopeia A:
    Beautiful, multi-colored, composite image of a supernova remnant shell of gases (link added January 16, 2008)
Crab Nebula:
    Clearest, most detailed image of the nebula ever made (link added January 16, 2008)
Good Timing and Location are Keys to Success

Gary Brand, Traditional Astrologer
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850-656-5758


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