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Saturn Collection

"Unveiling the Mysteries of Saturn: A Journey through Time and Space" Step into the realm of palmistry as we explore a captivating map etched onto the hand

Background imageSaturn Collection: Palmistry map of the hand

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

Background imageSaturn Collection: GOYA: SATURN, 1819-23. Saturn Devouring a Son. Oil by Francisco Goy, 1819-23

GOYA: SATURN, 1819-23. Saturn Devouring a Son. Oil by Francisco Goy, 1819-23

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Voyager I composite of Saturn & six of its moons

Voyager I composite of Saturn & six of its moons
Voyager 1 composite image of Saturn & six of its moons superimposed on a painted starry sky background. The moon seen large at bottom left is Dione, followed clockwise by Enceladus, Rhea

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: The Day the Earth Smiled

The Day the Earth Smiled
On July 19, 2013, in an event celebrated the world over, NASAs Cassini spacecraft slipped into Saturns shadow and turned to image the planet, seven of its moons, its inner rings,

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini

Saturn in natural color, photographed by Cassini
Saturn. Sixth planet from the Sun. Photograph taken by the Cassini-Huygens

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Saturns rings, Cassini image

Saturns rings, Cassini image. The rings consist of particles of nearly pure water ice and meteoric dust and span almost 300, 000 kilometres

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Saturn, Cassini image

Saturn, Cassini image
Saturn. Cassini spacecraft image of Saturn, its rings, and two of its moons Titan (upper right) and Tethys (bottom left). The rings, which consist of particles of nearly pure water ice

Background imageSaturn Collection: Solar System According to Ptolemy, Copernicus and Tycho, Geocentric Model, Heliocentric Model

Solar System According to Ptolemy, Copernicus and Tycho, Geocentric Model, Heliocentric Model

Background imageSaturn Collection: Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Background imageSaturn Collection: James Clerk Maxwell, caricature

James Clerk Maxwell, caricature
James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879). Caricature of the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwells works cover a wide area of science

Background imageSaturn Collection: Voyager 1 image of Saturn & three of its moons

Voyager 1 image of Saturn & three of its moons
Photograph of Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer top left), Enceladus (inner top left) and Mimas (bottom right). It was taken by Voyager 1 on October 30

Background imageSaturn Collection: Cassini-Huygens probe at Saturn, artwork

Cassini-Huygens probe at Saturn, artwork

Background imageSaturn Collection: Roman orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia

Roman orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia
Roman men and women having an orgy to celebrate the Saturnalia, held in honour of the god Saturn. Date: circa 1st century

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Illustration of Saturn and Earth to scale

Illustration of Saturn and Earth to scale
Illustration showing Saturn (left) and Earth (right) to scale. Saturn is nine times the diameter of Earth. Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun, Earth is the third

Background imageSaturn Collection: The planet Saturn, illustration

The planet Saturn, illustration

Background imageSaturn Collection: Artists concept illustrating the two Saturn-sized planets discovered by the Kepler

Artists concept illustrating the two Saturn-sized planets discovered by the Kepler
This artistas concept illustrates the two Saturn-sized planets discovered by the Kepler mission. The star system is oriented edge-on, as seen by Kepler, such that both planets cross in front

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturn seen from the surface of its moon, Rhea

Saturn seen from the surface of its moon, Rhea. It is the largest of Saturns airless satellites. It was discovered in 1672 by Giovanni Cassini

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Artwork of Hubble Space Telescope over Earth

Artwork of Hubble Space Telescope over Earth
Hubble Space Telescope. Computer artwork of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in orbit over Earth, facing a collage of images that are typical of those it produces

Background imageSaturn Collection: Solar system

Solar system

Background imageSaturn 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 imageSaturn Collection: Saturn and rings from Voyager 1

Saturn and rings from Voyager 1

Background imageSaturn Collection: Chiron passing near Saturn

Chiron passing near Saturn. Chiron is a weird cross between an asteroid and comet, which are known as centaurs

Background imageSaturn Collection: Spain, Merida, Mithraic Cronus (Saturn), from the excavations of the bullring in 1902

Spain, Merida, Mithraic Cronus (Saturn), from the excavations of the bullring in 1902 2nd Century A.D. Museo Nacional De Arte Romano (National Museum of Roman Art), Hispanic-Roman art

Background imageSaturn Collection: Kronos Eats his Children

Kronos Eats his Children
VILLAGE LIFE:butcher works, monk distributes charity, man sits in stocks, others plough irrigate, wash fleeces, as Saturn/Cronos (Time) flies by

Background imageSaturn Collection: Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving)

Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving)
7147508 Bust of the Roman god Saturn (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bust of the Roman god Saturn)

Background imageSaturn Collection: Cover illustration from Pronosticatio in latino by Johannes Lichtenberger

Cover illustration from Pronosticatio in latino by Johannes Lichtenberger
XJF128029 Cover illustration from Pronosticatio in latino by Johannes Lichtenberger, 1526 (engraving) by German School, (15th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSaturn Collection: Roman Relief of Saturn

Roman Relief of Saturn. Saturn is a god in ancient Roman religion, and a character in myth as god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal and liberation

Background imageSaturn Collection: Astronomy Diagrams and instruments C017 / 3498

Astronomy Diagrams and instruments C017 / 3498
Plate from 18th century encyclopedia showing illustrations of astronomy diagrams and instruments

Background imageSaturn Collection: Copernican worldview, 1708

Copernican worldview, 1708
Copernican worldview. This is plate 5 from the 1708 edition of the star atlas Harmonica Macrocosmica by the Dutch-German mathematician and cosmographer Andreas Cellarius (1596-1665)

Background imageSaturn Collection: 1731 Johann Scheuchzer planet orbit C008 / 8008

1731 Johann Scheuchzer planet orbit C008 / 8008
1731 Physica Sacra (Sacred Physics) by Johann Scheuchzer (1672-1733) folio copper engraving drawn by a team of engravers under the direction of Johann Andreas Pfeffel (1674-1748)

Background imageSaturn Collection: 16th-century astronomy

16th-century astronomy. Artwork of Atlas holding up the heavens. This artwork was published in Freiburg in 1503 in the encyclopedia Margarita Philosophica by the German author Gregor Reisch

Background imageSaturn Collection: Saturns rings

Saturns rings. Artwork of the rings of Saturn, as seen from Saturns upper cloud layers. The most visible rings extend outwards from Saturn for around 120, 000 kilometres

Background imageSaturn Collection: Humanity and the universe, artwork

Humanity and the universe, artwork. Titled A Far Sunset, this artwork shows a silhouetted human couple standing in a shallow sea with mist rising from the surface



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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Saturn: A Journey through Time and Space" Step into the realm of palmistry as we explore a captivating map etched onto the hand, revealing secrets that lie within. Transporting us back to the 14th century, the Catalan Atlas unveils its celestial wonders, showcasing Saturn amidst a mesmerizing Solar System artwork. Behold. The planets of our vast Solar System come alive before our eyes. Witness their grandeur as they stand side by side, each with its unique size and allure. Voyager I grants us an extraordinary composite view accompanied by six enchanting moons, leaving us in awe of their celestial dance. Cassini's lens captures Saturn in all its natural glory - a breathtaking sight that leaves no room for doubt about its ethereal beauty. "The Day the Earth Smiled" echoes throughout space as Cassini immortalizes this momentous encounter. Embark on a lunar expedition through time with an early map from 1810, guiding us across craters and valleys on our quest for knowledge. Our journey takes flight once more towards distant realms within our Solar System; behold Saturn's majestic rings in all their splendor through Cassini's lens. Yet amidst this cosmic marvel lies GOYA's haunting masterpiece - "Saturn Devouring a Son. " Oil strokes depict both fascination and fear as we ponder over mankind's eternal struggle between creation and destruction. From ancient maps to modern-day revelations, let your imagination soar among stars as you delve into the enigmatic world – where mysteries unfold at every turn.