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ssc2008-19a

10.27.08

Epsilon Eridani: Double the Rubble

This artist's conception shows the closest known planetary system to our own, called Epsilon Eridani. Observations fr... view image

ssc2008-05a

02.17.08

Rocky, Terrestrial Worlds

This artist's concept illustrates the idea that rocky, terrestrial worlds like the inner planets in our Solar System ... view image

sig07-012

07.13.07

Sun and Earth in Scale

This illustration shows the relative sizes of the Sun and the Earth by placing them impossibly close together. view image

sig05-018

08.07.05

Planet X: New Member of our Solar System

This artist's concept shows the planet catalogued as 2003UB313 at the lonely outer fringes of our solar system. The n... view image

ssc2005-10b

04.20.05

Alien Asteroid Belt Compared to our Own

This artist's concept illustrates what the night sky might look like from a hypothetical alien planet in a star syste... view image

ssc2005-01b

01.10.05

Massive Smash-Up at Vega

This artist concept illustrates how a massive collision of objects, perhaps as large as the planet Pluto, smashed tog... view image

ssc2004-22e

12.09.04

The View from Within AU Microscopii's Disk

This is an artist's impression of the view from the vicinity of a hypothetical terrestrial planet and moon orbiting t... view image

ssc2004-17a2

10.18.04

The Rocky World of Young Planetary Systems

This artist's concept illustrates how planetary systems arise out of massive collisions between rocky bodies. New fin... view image

ssc2004-17a

10.18.04

The Rocky World of Young Planetary Systems (Annotated)

This artist's concept illustrates how planetary systems arise out of massive collisions between rocky bodies. New fin... view image

ssc2004-05d

03.15.04

Orbit Comparisons

These four panels show the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," which lies in the far... view image

ssc2004-05c

03.15.04

Size Comparisons

The artist's rendition shows the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to other bodies in ... view image

SIRTF_departure

08.23.03

Spitzer Departing the Earth Soon After Launch

Spitzer departing the Earth soon after launch. Africa is prominently visible. The radio dish facilities at Hartebeest... view image

dust_cover

08.23.03

Artist's Conception of Spitzer Ejecting its Dust Cover

The Spitzer Space Telescope was launched with a dust cover protecting the telescope. This image shows the dust cover... view image

SIRTF_downlink

08.23.03

Spitzer Communicates with the Earth

The Spitzer Space Telescope points its high-gain antenna towards the Earth for downlinking recent observations and up... view image

   

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