Maps And Globes Pictures

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25 May 2014
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Celestial globe
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
25 May 2014
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Celestial globe gores
By: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI
De Agostini
25 May 2014
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Copernican system of the Universe
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
25 May 2014
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World Map
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
25 May 2014
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Portrait of Pierre Louis Moreau de Maupertuis
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
20 Jun 2013
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Focus on Australia and Pacific on world globe
By: Education Images
Universal Images Group
08 May 2013
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World Turmoil
By: Miami Herald
McClatchy-Tribune
22 Apr 2012
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PHILIPPINES-EARTH DAY-ENVIRONMENT
By: NOEL CELIS
AFP
22 Apr 2012
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PHILIPPINES-EARTH DAY-ENVIRONMENT
By: NOEL CELIS
AFP
22 Apr 2012
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PHILIPPINES-EARTH DAY-ENVIRONMENT
By: NOEL CELIS
AFP
22 Apr 2012
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PHILIPPINES-EARTH DAY-ENVIRONMENT
By: NOEL CELIS
AFP
01 Jan 2012
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This single frame from a color movie of Jupiter from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows what it would look like to unpeel the entire globe of Jupiter, stretch it out on a wall into the form of a rectangular map.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Northeast Africa continues to reel from the effects of the worst drought to strike the region in decades.The dry conditions are illustrated in this map, created using nine years of data. 2003 through 2010.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Today's VIS image contains a relatively young crater and its ejecta. Layering in the ejecta is visible and relates to the shock waves from the impact. This unnamed crater is located in Arabia Terra.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Dunes cover the floor of Bopolu Crater in Meridiani Planum.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity arrived at the rim of Endeavour crater on Aug. 9, 2011, after a trek of more than 13 miles lasting nearly three years since departing the rover's previous major destination, Victoria crater, in August 2008.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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A portion of the west rim of Endeavour crater sweeps southward in this false color view from NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image shows many channels from 1 meter to 10 meters wide on a scarp in the Hellas impact basin. MRO.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image shows an area of layered deposits in Candor Chasma. Here, sheets and dunes of dark-toned sand cover the light-toned, layered bedrock.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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West of Valles Marineris lies a checkerboard named Noctis Labyrinthus, which formed when the Martian crust stretched and fractured. As faults opened, they released subsurface ice and water, causing the ground to collapse.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This observation shows a fresh, approximately 7.5 kilometer diameter crater that resides in a larger crater in the Southern hemisphere. MRO.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image covers a pit in the lower West flank of Arsia Mons, one of the four giant volcanos of the Tharsis region.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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At the center of this view of an area of mid-latitude northern Mars, a fresh crater about 6 meters in diameter holds an exposure of bright material, blue in this false-color image. HiRISE.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This observation from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) shows the very steep side of a plateau, part of the northern limit of the Kasei Valles system, which is one of the largest outflow channel systems on Mars.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image from the Gordii Dorsum region of Mars shows a large area covered with polygonal ridges in an almost geometric pattern.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Ius Chasma is one of several canyons that make up Valles Marineris, the largest canyon system in the Solar System.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image covers the northern edge of the largest volcano in the solar system, Olympus Mons on Mars. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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A group of dunes in Aonia Terra. THEMIS.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This pair of THEMIS infrared images shows the so-called "face on Mars" landform viewed during both the day and night.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This pair of THEMIS infrared images shows the so-called "face on Mars" landform viewed during both the day and night.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This pair of THEMIS infrared images shows the so-called "face on Mars" landform viewed during both the day and night.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This pair of THEMIS infrared images shows the so-called "face on Mars" landform viewed during both the day and night.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Coprates Chasma comprises the central portion of the Valles Marineris canyon system complex. THEMIS.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The Tharsis Montes region on Mars is as major center of volcanic and tectonic activity. THEMIS.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The irregularly shaped rim of this bowl shaped impact crater is most likely due to erosion and the subsequent infilling of sediment. THEMIS.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This canyon system, Valles Marineris, was named in honor of its discoverer, Mariner 9. Melas Chasma is shown in the image.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This THEMIS visible image shows the effects of erosion on a beautiful sequence of dramatically layered rocks within Candor Chasma, which is part of the Valles Marineris.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Tantalus Fossae is a set of long valleys on the eastern side of Alba Patera. These valleys are referred to as grabens and are formed by extension of the crust and faulting.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image contains a portion of Aureum Chaos located just south of the Martian equator. This fractured landscape contains canyons and mesas with two large impact craters in the upper left.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Wrinkle ridges are a very common landform on Mars, Mercury, Venus, and the Moon. These ridges are linear to arcuate asymmetric topographic highs commonly found on smooth plains.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This image displays the intersection of Holden Crater with Uzboi Valles. This region of Mars contains a number of features that could be related to liquid water on the surface in the Martian past.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The so called "Face on Mars" can be seen slightly above center and to the right in this THEMIS visible image.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Some of the weirdest and least-understood landscapes on Mars are on the floor of the deep Hellas impact basin. MRO.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This computer-generated view based on multiple orbital observations shows Mars' Gale crater as if seen from an aircraft north of the crater.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This view of Shark was produced by combining the "Super Panorama" frames from the IMP camera.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This view of Moe & Pumpkin, part of the Bookshelf at the back of the Rock Garden to the southwest of the lander, was produced by combining the "Super Panorama" frames from the IMP camera
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Mini Matterhorn is a 3/4 meter rock immediately east-southeast of the Mars Pathfinder lander. This view was produced by combining the "Super Panorama" frames from the IMP camera.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Images from the latest vulcanoid search are currently being transmitted to Earth, and one of those 256 images is shown here. Vulcanoids are small rocky bodies that have been postulated to exist in orbits between Mercury and the Sun, though no such ob
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Crater Isabella, with a diameter of 175 kilometers, seen in this Magellan radar image, is the second largest impact crater on Venus.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This Magellan image shows an irregular crater of approximately 14- kilometer mean diameter. The crater is actually a cluster of four separate craters that are in rim contact.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Crater Stephania is located at 51.3 degrees latitude, 333.3 degrees longitude in northern Sedna Planitia on Venus.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This computer-generated perspective view of Latona Corona and Dali Chasma on Venus shows Magellan radar data superimposed on topography.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The Magellan spacecraft has observed remnant landslide deposits apparently resulting from the collapse of volcanic structures.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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This fractured surface belongs to a portion of a region called Gorgonum Chaos located in the southern hemisphere of Mars.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Many places on Mars display scabby, eroded landscapes that commonly are referred to as etched terrain. These places have a ragged, tortured look that reveals a geologic history of intense deposition and erosion.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Infrared imaging from NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows signs of layering exposed at the surface in a region of Mars called Terra Meridiani.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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The two depression crossing this image are called Pavonis Fossae and are located just north of the volcano.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
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Huge cyclonic storms, the Great Red Spot and the Little Red Spot, and wispy cloud patterns are seen in fascinating detail in this map of Jupiter's atmosphere obtained January 14-15, 2007, by the New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI).
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
07 Sep 2011
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Southern Hemisphere Constellations: Rees' Cyclopaedia
By: Science Museum
SSPL
07 Sep 2011
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Chart of Mars: A Handbook and Atlas of Astronomy
By: Science Museum
SSPL
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