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Solar system planets
Solar system planets
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Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio, 1595, by Gerardus Merc
Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio, 1595, by Gerardus Merc
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The Ambassadors, 1533 (oil on panel)
The Ambassadors, 1533 (oil on panel)
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Solar System, artwork
Solar System, artwork
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Snake tongue greenhoods (Pterostylis ophioglossa)
Snake tongue greenhoods (Pterostylis ophioglossa)
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Startling Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Science Island
Startling Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Science Island
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The Earth
The Earth
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China. Han Dynasty (206 aC-220 BC). Invention
China. Han Dynasty (206 aC-220 BC). Invention
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Description de la Terre Universelle (1667). Map
Description de la Terre Universelle (1667). Map
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By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
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Super-Earth extrasolar planet, artwork C015/0800
Super-Earth extrasolar planet, artwork C015/0800
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Porcelain orchid (Chloraea magellanica)
Porcelain orchid (Chloraea magellanica)
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Solar System, artwork Featured Image

Solar System, artwork

Solar System. Artwork of Earth's solar system, showing the planets and other objects that orbit the Sun (upper right). The separations of the orbits are not shown to scale. Most of the mass of the solar system is found in the Sun. The planets, from inner to outer, are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Also shown here (beyond Neptune) is Pluto, a former planet now considered a large dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt. The asteroid belt is shown between Mars and Jupiter. At upper left is a meteor shower, shown as it would appear from the Earth's surface as the meteors impact the atmosphere

© CLAUS LUNAU/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view
Mauritian Dodo (Raphus cucullatus), compact bird with curved, brown bill and brown feet, side view
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Christmas Island red crab (Gecarcoidea natalis)
Christmas Island red crab (Gecarcoidea natalis)
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Sun and its planets
Sun and its planets
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A new and correct map of the world laid down according to the newest discoveries
A new and correct map of the world laid down according to the newest discoveries
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Artwork of supervolcano erupting on Mars
Artwork of supervolcano erupting on Mars
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La Guerre dans Mars (The War on Mars)
La Guerre dans Mars (The War on Mars)
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Kepler-10b exoplanet, artwork
Kepler-10b exoplanet, artwork
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Endangered Mona Island ground Iguana (Cyclura)
Endangered Mona Island ground Iguana (Cyclura)
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Male Bonaire Whiptail Lizard (Cnemidophorus)
Male Bonaire Whiptail Lizard (Cnemidophorus)
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Australian Brush-turkey (Alectura lathami)
Australian Brush-turkey (Alectura lathami)
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India, Ranthambore. Gray Langur monkey of
India, Ranthambore. Gray Langur monkey of
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Africa, Tanzania, Lake Manyara. A solitary
Africa, Tanzania, Lake Manyara. A solitary
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Kepler-10b exoplanet, artwork Featured Image

Kepler-10b exoplanet, artwork

January 10, 2011
WASHINGTON -- NASA's Kepler mission confirmed the discovery of its
first rocky planet, named Kepler-10b. Measuring 1.4 times the size of
Earth, it is the smallest planet ever discovered outside our solar
system.
The discovery of this so-called exoplanet is based on more than eight
months of data collected by the spacecraft from May 2009 to early
January 2010.
"All of Kepler's best capabilities have converged to yield the first
solid evidence of a rocky planet orbiting a star other than our sun, "
said Natalie Batalha, Kepler's deputy science team lead at NASA's
Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif. and primary author of
a paper on the discovery accepted by the Astrophysical Journal. "The
Kepler team made a commitment in 2010 about finding the telltale
signatures of small planets in the data, and it's beginning to pay
off."
Kepler's ultra-precise photometer measures the tiny decrease in a
star's brightness that occurs when a planet crosses in front of it.
The size of the planet can be derived from these periodic dips in
brightness. The distance between the planet and the star is
calculated by measuring the time between successive dips as the
planet orbits the star.
Kepler is the first NASA mission capable of finding Earth-size planets
in or near the habitable zone, the region in a planetary system where
liquid water can exist on the planet's surface. However, since it
orbits once every 0.84 days, Kepler-10b is more than 20 times closer
to its star than Mercury is to our sun and not in the habitable zone.
Kepler-10 was the first star identified that could potentially harbor
a small transiting planet, placing it at the top of the list for
ground-based observations with the W.M. Keck Observatory 10-meter
telescope in Hawaii.
Scientists waiting for a signal to confirm Kepler-10b as a planet were
not disappointed. Keck was able to measure tiny changes in the star's
spectrum, called Doppler shifts, caused by the telltale tug exerted
by the orbiting planet on the star.
"The discovery of Kepler 10-b is a significant milestone in the search
for planets similar to our own, " said Douglas Hudgins, Kepler program
scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "Although this planet
is not in the habitable zone, the exciting find showcases the kinds
of discoveries made possible by the mission and the promise of many
more to come, " he said.
Knowledge of the planet is only as good as the knowledge of the star
it orbits. Because Kepler-10 is one of the brighter stars being
targeted by Kepler, scientists were able to detect high frequency
variations in the star's brightness generated by stellar
oscillations, or starquakes. This analysis allowed scientists to pin
down Kepler-10b's properties.
There is a clear signal in the data arising from light waves that
travel within the interior of the star. Kepler Asteroseismic Science
Consortium scientists use the information to better understand the
star, just as earthquakes are used to learn about Earth's interior
structure. As a result of this analysis, Kepler-10 is one of the most
well characterized planet-hosting stars in the universe.
That's good news for the team studying Kepler-10b. Accurate stellar
properties yield accurate planet properties. In the case of
Kepler-10b, the picture that emerges is of a rocky planet with a mass
4.6 times that of Earth and with an average density of 8.8 grams per
cubic centimeter -- similar to that of an iron dumbbell

© Detlev van Ravenswaay

Ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta)
Ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta)
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Secretarybird (Sagittarius serpentarius)
Secretarybird (Sagittarius serpentarius)
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Sierra negra giant tortoise (Chelonoidis niger guentheri)
Sierra negra giant tortoise (Chelonoidis niger guentheri)
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Volcan Alcedo tortoise (Chelonoidis niger vandenburghi)
Volcan Alcedo tortoise (Chelonoidis niger vandenburghi)
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Santiago Island giant tortoise (Chelonoidis niger darwini)
Santiago Island giant tortoise (Chelonoidis niger darwini)
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Abingdon Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni)
Abingdon Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni)
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Snowy sheathbill (Chionis alba)
Snowy sheathbill (Chionis alba)
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Apatosaurus (Apatosaurus sp.)
Apatosaurus (Apatosaurus sp.)
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Chinese stripe-necked turtle (Ocadia sinensis)
Chinese stripe-necked turtle (Ocadia sinensis)
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Rough treefern (Cyathea australis)
Rough treefern (Cyathea australis)
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Granular poison frog (Oophaga granulifera)
Granular poison frog (Oophaga granulifera)
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Strawberry poison-dart frog (Oophaga pumilio)
Strawberry poison-dart frog (Oophaga pumilio)
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Abingdon Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni) Featured Image

Abingdon Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni)

Abingdon Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni). Lonesome George, last survivor of its species and icon for conservation efforts in the Galapagos Islands. He died on June 24, 2012 at an estimated age of 101 or 102 years old. Charles Darwin Research Station, Santa Cruz (Indefatigable) Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

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Tiger leech (Haemadipsa picta)
Tiger leech (Haemadipsa picta)
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Southern ground hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri)
Southern ground hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri)
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Texas tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri)
Texas tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri)
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Indefatigable Island tortoise (Chelonoidis porteri)
Indefatigable Island tortoise (Chelonoidis porteri)
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Costa Rican coral snake (Micrurus nigrocinctus) )
Costa Rican coral snake (Micrurus nigrocinctus) )
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Red-legged partridge (Alectoris rufa)
Red-legged partridge (Alectoris rufa)
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Plains-wanderer (Pedionomus torquatus)
Plains-wanderer (Pedionomus torquatus)
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Southern crested caracara (Caracara plancus)
Southern crested caracara (Caracara plancus)
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Spot-legged poison frog (Ameerega picta)
Spot-legged poison frog (Ameerega picta)
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Kalahari tent tortoise (Psammobates oculifer)
Kalahari tent tortoise (Psammobates oculifer)
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Coconut crab (Birgus latro)
Coconut crab (Birgus latro)
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