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Choose from 140 pictures in our Universe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Democritus, (c460-370 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Democritus, (c460-370 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Democritus, (c460-370 BC), 1830. Democritus (c460-370 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Socratic philosopher remembered for his formulation of atomic theory of the universe. From "Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard. [Thomas Tegg, R. Griffin and Co., J. Cumming, London, Glasgow and Dublin, 1830]

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Two-image mosaic of Saturns Rings, seen from Voyager 1 spacecraft, 1980. Creator: NASA Featured Print

Two-image mosaic of Saturns Rings, seen from Voyager 1 spacecraft, 1980. Creator: NASA

Two-image mosaic of Saturn's Rings, seen from Voyager 1 spacecraft, 1980. Computer-assembled two-image mosaic of Saturn's rings, taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on 6 November 1980 at a range of 8 million kilometers (5 million miles). Approximately 95 individual concentric features in the rings can be seen. The extraordinarily complex structure of the rings is easily seen across the entire span of the ring system. The ring structure, once thought to be produced by the gravitational interaction between Saturn's satellites and the orbit of ring particles, has now been found to be too complex for this explanation alone. The 14th satellite of Saturn, discovered by Voyager 1, is seen just inside the narrow F-ring, which is less than 150 kilometers (93 miles wide)

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Oberon, moon of Uranus, from Voyager 2, 24 January 1986. Creator: NASA Featured Print

Oberon, moon of Uranus, from Voyager 2, 24 January 1986. Creator: NASA

Oberon, moon of Uranus, from Voyager 2, 24 January 1986. This image of Oberon is the best the unmanned Voyager 2 spacecraft acquired of Uranus outermost moon. The picture was taken from a distance of 660, 000 kilometers (410, 000 miles). The colour was reconstructed from images taken through the narrow-angle camera's violet, clear and green filters. The picture shows features as small as 12 km (7 miles) on the moon's surface. Clearly visible are several large impact craters in Oberon's icy surface surrounded by bright rays similar to those seen on Jupiter's moon Callisto. Quite prominent near the centre of Oberon's disk is a large crater with a bright central peak and a floor partially covered with very dark material. This may be icy, carbon-rich material erupted onto the crater floor sometime after the crater formed. Also visible is a large mountain, about 6 km (4 miles) high

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