Ganymede Pictures

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18 Aug 2014
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US-SPACE-PLANETS-CONJUNCTION
By: STAN HONDA
AFP
16 Oct 2013
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ENGLAND-ARTS-FRIEZE ART FAIR
By: LEON NEAL
AFP
12 Jan 2012
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Greek Statues To Return Greece
By: Bloomberg
Bloomberg
01 Jan 2012
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The shallow, scalloped depression in the center of this picture from NASA's Galileo spacecraft is a caldera-like feature 5 to 20 kilometers wide on Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The ancient, dark terrain of Nicholson Regio shows many large impact craters, and zones of fractures oriented generally parallel to the boundary between the dark and bright regions of Jupiter's moon Ganymede. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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On the afternoon of March 5, 1979, Voyager 1 took this picture of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest satellite.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This color picture is acquired by Voyager 1 during its approach to Ganymede.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This color picture is acquired by Voyager 1 during its approach to Ganymede.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This composite includes the four largest moons of Jupiter which are known as the Galilean satellites. Shown from left to right in order of increasing distance from Jupiter, Io is closest, followed by Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Two impact craters surrounded by an unusual ejecta blanket dominate this high resolution image of the surface of Jupiter's moon, Ganymede. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Cutaway views of the possible internal structures of the Galilean satellites. Ganymede is at the lower left, Callisto at the lower right, Io on the upper left, and Europa on the upper right.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Cutaway views of the possible internal structures of the Galilean satellites. Ganymede is at the lower left, Callisto at the lower right, Io on the upper left, and Europa on the upper right.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Cutaway views of the possible internal structures of the Galilean satellites. Ganymede is at the lower left, Callisto at the lower right, Io on the upper left, and Europa on the upper right.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
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Cutaway views of the possible internal structures of the Galilean satellites. Ganymede is at the lower left, Callisto at the lower right, Io on the upper left, and Europa on the upper right.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Cutaway views of the possible internal structures of the Galilean satellites. Ganymede is at the lower left, Callisto at the lower right, Io on the upper left, and Europa on the upper right.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Natural color view of Ganymede from the Galileo spacecraft during its first encounter with the satellite.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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An image of Ganymede. One of Jupiter's moons.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The northern hemisphere of Ganymede. One of Jupiter's moons.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This composite includes the four largest moons of Jupiter which are known as the Galilean satellites. Shown from left to right in order of increasing distance from Jupiter, Io is closest, followed by Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179800516
This composite includes the four largest moons of Jupiter which are known as the Galilean satellites. Shown from left to right in order of increasing distance from Jupiter, Io is closest, followed by Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179799106
This composite includes the four largest moons of Jupiter which are known as the Galilean satellites. Shown from left to right in order of increasing distance from Jupiter, Io is closest, followed by Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179799103
This composite includes the four largest moons of Jupiter which are known as the Galilean satellites. Shown from left to right in order of increasing distance from Jupiter, Io is closest, followed by Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Galileo.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This montage compares New Horizons' best views of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. LORRI.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This montage compares New Horizons' best views of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. LORRI.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This montage compares New Horizons' best views of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. LORRI.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This montage compares New Horizons' best views of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. LORRI.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The Galilean satellites surrounding Jupiter. Io, Ganymede, Europa and Callisto.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image was acquired on September 12, 2010, when Jupiter was close to opposition. South is up and the "Great Red Spot" is visible. Two of Jupiter's moons, Io and Ganymede, can also be seen in this image.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
02 Oct 2011
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Jupiter and its moons
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
02 Oct 2011
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Jupiter and its moons
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
12 Sep 2011
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Jupiter and its moons
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
12 Sep 2011
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Jupiter and its moons
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
18 Jul 2011
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Jupiter Aurora
By: NASA
SSPL
17 May 2010
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Slovak National Theater (Bratislava, Slovakia)
By: Jordan McAlister
Moment
01 Dec 2009
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Ganymede on a swan's back
By: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
28 Nov 2009
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The rape of Ganymede and putti
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
28 Nov 2009
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The rape of Ganymede and putti
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
30 May 2009
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Jupiter
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
30 May 2009
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Jupiter
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
05 Jun 2008
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Jupiter kissing Ganymede, 1760, by Anton Raphael Mengs (1728-1779), fresco detached and placed onto canvas, 187x137 cm. (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images)
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
04 May 2008
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Ganymede resembling an eagle abducted by Zeus
By: DEA / S. VANNINI
De Agostini
22 Feb 2008
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Teapot decorated with bas-relief
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
25 Apr 2007
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3D model of Ganymede.
By: MyLoupe
Universal Images Group
08 Aug 2006
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Ganymede
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
08 Aug 2006
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Ganymede
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
01 Mar 2006
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The Tomb of the Three Brothers in Palmyra, Syria in March, 2006.
By: Raphael GAILLARDE
Gamma-Rapho
People: Claude Vibert-Guigue
01 Mar 2006
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The Tomb of the Three Brothers in Palmyra, Syria in March, 2006.
By: Raphael GAILLARDE
Gamma-Rapho
People: Tomb Raider
01 Mar 2006
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The Tomb of the Three Brothers in Palmyra, Syria in March, 2006.
By: Raphael GAILLARDE
Gamma-Rapho
People: Claude Vibert-Guigue; Helene Eristov...
13 Nov 2005
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Cup, red-figure pottery
By: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
17 Jan 2005
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Stevens & Hall In 'As You Like It'
By: Jack Vartoogian/Getty Images
Archive Photos
People: Dan Stevens; Rebecca Hall
18 Dec 2004
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Relief depicting Ganymede
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
04 Mar 2004
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Ganymede and the eagle of Jupiter
By: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
01 Jan 2004
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Rape of Ganymede, by Unknown Artist from North Italy, 17th - 18th Century, fresco
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Renée de France; Ganymede
01 Jan 2004
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Ganymede and the Eagle, by Angelica Kauffman, 1793, 18th century, oil on canvas
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Kauffmann; Angelica Kauffmann; Gany...
01 Jan 2004
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Apulian red-figured bell-shaped situla, by Ganymede Painter, IV Century, 340-320, cm 21 diamentroorlo 16.2 cm, piede 10 cm
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Ganymede Painter
01 Jan 2004
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Apulian red-figured bell-shaped situla, by Ganymede Painter, IV Century, 340-320, cm 21 diamentroorlo 16.2 cm, piede 10 cm
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Ganymede Painter
01 Jan 2004
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Apulian red-figured lebes gamikos, by Ganymede Painter, IV Century, 340-320, cm 33 diamentro orlo 6.6 cm, piede 7 cm
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Ganymede Painter
01 Jan 2004
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Apulian red-figured lebes gamikos, by Ganymede Painter, IV Century, 340-320, cm 33 diamentro orlo 6.6 cm, piede 7 cm
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
People: Ganymede Painter
01 Jan 2004
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The Abduction of Ganymede, by Lelio Orsi, 1546 - 1557, 16th Century, removed fresco placed on an octagonal support
By: Mondadori Portfolio
Hulton Fine Art Collection
01 Jan 2004
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Jupiter, 2004.
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
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