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Jupiter Collection

"Jupiter: A Celestial Giant Unveiled Through Time and Space" In the intricate lines of a palmistry map of the hand

Background imageJupiter Collection: Palmistry map of the hand

Palmistry map of the hand
A palmistry map of the hand, labelling the different areas

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system planets

Solar system planets. Artwork showing the Sun (left) and the eight planets of the solar system and their orbits. From left to right they are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn

Background imageJupiter Collection: Catalan Atlas, 14th century

Catalan Atlas, 14th century. The 6-page Catalan Atlas (1375) was produced on vellum by the Jewish cartographer Abraham Cresques

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar System, artwork

Solar System, artwork
Solar System. Artwork of Earths solar system, showing the planets and other objects that orbit the Sun (upper right). The separations of the orbits are not shown to scale

Background imageJupiter Collection: Sizes of Solar System planets compared

Sizes of Solar System planets compared
Planets of the Solar System. The eight planets of the Solar System are shown in this artwork at their correct relative sizes

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter and Io, New Horizons image

Jupiter and Io, New Horizons image
Jupiter and Io. Montage of images of Jupiter (left) and its moon Io (right), obtained by the New Horizons spacecraft in February and March 2007 as it passed Jupiter on its way to Pluto

Background imageJupiter Collection: Early map of the Moon, 1810

Early map of the Moon, 1810
Map of the Moon, 1810. This plate depicts the geographical features of the moon using observations by Cassini and Riccioli

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system

Solar system. Composite computer artwork of the nine planets of the solar system that orbit the Sun (far right). In order of their distance from the Sun and anticlockwise from top right they are

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system planets

Solar system planets. Computer artwork of the eight planets of the solar system, which are arrayed from left to right in order of distance from the Sun (left)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061

Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 1823 C017 / 8061
Epicycles of Mercury and Venus, 19th-century diagram. This geocentric (Earth-centred) model shows the orbits of Mercury and Venus as a series of epicycles (loops)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter from Europa, artwork

Jupiter from Europa, artwork
Jupiter from Europa. Computer artwork of a view towards Jupiter and its moons, across the surface of Europa as it might have looked four billion years ago

Background imageJupiter Collection: Voyager 1 photo of Jupiter

Voyager 1 photo of Jupiter
Jupiter. Voyager 1 spacecraft photograph of the planet Jupiter. The picture was taken on 17 January 1979 from a distance of 47 million kilometres (29 million miles)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Image of Jupiter taken with the Hubble Telescope

Image of Jupiter taken with the Hubble Telescope
Jupiter as seen from the Hubble Space Telescopes planetary camera on May 28th 1991. This image is a composite of three exposures taken with different filters aimed at studying the dynamics of

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter with moons and their shadows

Jupiter with moons and their shadows
Jupiter and its moons, infrared Hubble Space Telescope image. This image shows a rare alignment, in which two moons are visible on the face of Jupiter

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter

Jupiter. True colour optical image of Jupiter, taken from a mosaic of shots by the Cassini spacecraft on 29 December 2000

Background imageJupiter Collection: Oracle of Zeus, Dodona

Oracle of Zeus, Dodona
ZEUS / JUPITER DODONEUS whose oracle at Dodona was the oldest in Greece : the prophecies came from the sacred oak, which is depicted here as having human form

Background imageJupiter Collection: Io and Jupiter, Cassini image

Io and Jupiter, Cassini image. Io, the round object at left, is one of the largest of the moons of Jupiter. Clouds in Jupiters atmosphere form the backdrop to this image

Background imageJupiter Collection: The Earth and Moon

The Earth and Moon
During its flight, the Galileo spacecraft returned images of the Earth and Moon. Separate images of the Earth and Moon were combined to generate this view

Background imageJupiter Collection: Zeus / Jupiter

Zeus / Jupiter
Zeus (Jupiter) and Hera (Juno) sit with his eagle, visited by Poseidon (Neptune) Hermes (Mercury) and his son (by Alkmene, not Hera, hence her gesture) Herakles

Background imageJupiter Collection: Voyager mosaic of Jupiter & its 4 Galilean moons R370 / 0003

Voyager mosaic of Jupiter & its 4 Galilean moons R370 / 0003
Mosaic of Voyager spacecraft photographs of Jupiter & its four Galilean moons: Callisto (bottom right), Ganymede (bottom left), Europa (centre) & Io (top left)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system planets

Solar system planets. Artwork of the eight planets of the solar system arrayed from right to left in order of their distance from the Sun. The size of each planet is to scale

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system planets and sun

Solar system planets and sun
Solar system. Computer artwork showing the Sun and planets of the Solar System. The planets are arranged in order of distance from the massive Sun (at top)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter

Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun and the largest in the solar system. The planet has a rocky core but is mostly composed of liquid and gaseous hydrogen and helium

Background imageJupiter Collection: Composite image of Jupiter & four of its moons

Composite image of Jupiter & four of its moons
Composite display of Voyager spacecraft images of the planet Jupiter with its satellite moons Io (far left), Europa (immediately below Jupiter), Ganymede (bottom left) and Callisto

Background imageJupiter Collection: Quantised orbits of the planets

Quantised orbits of the planets
Quantum orbits of the planets. Conceptual computer artwork showing the planets of the solar system on a model of atomic orbitals

Background imageJupiter Collection: Keck I and II telescopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii

Keck I and II telescopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Keck telescopes. Domes of the Keck I (at left) and Keck II optical telescopes seen at sunset at the Mauna Kea observatory in Hawaii, USA. The Orion constellation is seen above them in the sky

Background imageJupiter Collection: Christmas star as planetary conjunction

Christmas star as planetary conjunction. Artwork of a possible Christmas Star in the night sky of the year 7 BC. Traces of the planetary conjunction of Jupiter

Background imageJupiter Collection: Galileos Jovian moon observations, 1610

Galileos Jovian moon observations, 1610
Galileos Jovian moon observations. These first six observations of the four largest moons of Jupiter are from the work Sidereus Nuncius (1610) by the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)

Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Creator: Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique (1780-1867)
Jupiter and Antiope, 1851. Found in the collection of the Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Background imageJupiter Collection: Artwork of the solar system

Artwork of the solar system
Solar system. Artwork of the solar system, showing the paths (blue lines) of the nine planets as they orbit around the Sun

Background imageJupiter Collection: Jupiters Great Red Spot

Jupiters Great Red Spot
This view of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1. This image was taken through color filters and recombined to produce the color image

Background imageJupiter Collection: Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979

Four moons of Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, 1979. Four separate pictures of these moons sometimes known as the Galilean moons taken from Voyager 1

Background imageJupiter Collection: US-JUPITER

US-JUPITER
This true-color simulated view of Jupiter released 30 December, 2000 by NASA is composed of four images taken by NASAs Cassini spacecraft on 07 December, 2000

Background imageJupiter Collection: Bristol Jupiter and Bristol Lucifer engine production

Bristol Jupiter and Bristol Lucifer engine production in the early 1920s. Date: 1920

Background imageJupiter Collection: 1953 Jowett Jupiter. Creator: Unknown

1953 Jowett Jupiter. Creator: Unknown
1953 Jowett Jupiter

Background imageJupiter Collection: Voyager probe trajectory, artwork C018 / 0285

Voyager probe trajectory, artwork C018 / 0285
Voyager probe trajectory, artwork. Artwork of the trajectory of one of the Voyager probes as it travels out of the solar system

Background imageJupiter Collection: By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
By Jove! - denizens of Ganymede, satellite of Jupiter Date: 1937

Background imageJupiter Collection: Red Hell of Jupiter, Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover

Red Hell of Jupiter, Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover
THE RED HELL OF JUPITER - The Planetary Explorers disintegrate the Rogans with the death tube Date: 1931

Background imageJupiter Collection: Planets internal structures

Planets internal structures, and Pluto, computer artwork. Mercury, Mars and Venus consist of a large iron core (spherical), surrounded by a thick silicate mantle (yellow) covered in a surface crust

Background imageJupiter Collection: Solar system

Solar system

Background imageJupiter Collection: Sun and its planets

Sun and its planets. Artwork of the eight planets of the solar system arrayed from left to right in their order from the Sun (far left). The size of the Sun and planets is to scale

Background imageJupiter Collection: PMYT2A-00075

PMYT2A-00075
Roman Jupiter, or Zeus in Greek mythology, god of the sky and of laws. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageJupiter Collection: Goddess Minerva

Goddess Minerva
The Roman Goddess of crafts, poetry and wisdom and the daughter of Jupiter

Background imageJupiter Collection: Oracle of Jupiter-Ammon

Oracle of Jupiter-Ammon
ZEUS/JUPITER AMMON - the Libyan/Egyptian form of the god, who had a famous oracle at the oasis of Siwwa, Libya

Background imageJupiter Collection: Baalbek Temples Bacchus Jupiter sunset 1936 Lebanon

Baalbek Temples Bacchus Jupiter sunset 1936 Lebanon
Baalbek. Temples of Bacchus & Jupiter at sunset. 1936, Lebanon, Ba╩╗labakk

Background imageJupiter Collection: Milky Way, zodiacal light and other celestial objects from summit of Gila National Wilderness

Milky Way, zodiacal light and other celestial objects from summit of Gila National Wilderness
A 160 degree panorama showing the zodiacal light (at right in the west), the Milky Way, the zodiacal band across the frame at top

Background imageJupiter Collection: Conjunction of Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Mars at dawn

Conjunction of Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Mars at dawn
Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Mars from top to bottom in a nice conjunction at dawn in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Background imageJupiter Collection: Panorama of the celestial night sky in southwest New Mexico

Panorama of the celestial night sky in southwest New Mexico
December 8, 2013 - A 360 degree panorama taken in the pre-dawn hours from the Painted Pony Resort in southwest New Mexico. Visible in this image, from left to right: Arcturus just on the treetop



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"Jupiter: A Celestial Giant Unveiled Through Time and Space" In the intricate lines of a palmistry map of the hand, ancient civilizations sought answers about their destiny. But little did they know that within our own solar system lay a planet so grand, it would capture the imagination for centuries to come. The Catalan Atlas from the 14th century depicted a world where Jupiter held its place among other celestial bodies in an awe-inspiring artwork showcasing our Solar System's vastness. It was here that we first glimpsed the sheer magnitude of this gas giant compared to its planetary counterparts. As we explored further, New Horizons gifted us with an image capturing Jupiter and its moon Io in stunning detail. The swirling storms on its surface seemed like abstract art painted by nature itself, leaving us mesmerized by this colossal beauty. Even early maps of the Moon from 1810 couldn't overshadow Jupiter's significance in our cosmic neighborhood. Its presence loomed large as it stood at the center of our Solar System, radiating power and majesty. Artistic renditions allowed us to envision what it might be like to witness Jupiter from one of its moons - Europa. The distant glow against a backdrop of infinite darkness evoked both wonder and curiosity about what secrets lie beneath those turbulent clouds. Epicycles traced by Mercury and Venus in 1823 reminded us that even though we are bound to Earth, there is a whole universe out there waiting to be discovered. And at the heart of it all stands mighty Jupiter, commanding attention with every orbit around the Sun. Voyager 1 ventured into uncharted territory and captured an iconic photo - a testament to human exploration reaching new frontiers. We marveled at how this massive planet coexisted harmoniously with its numerous moons while casting their shadows upon each other's surfaces. From ancient palmistry maps to modern space probes, humanity has been captivated by the enigma that is Jupiter.