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Tree trunk immersed in the river Vis, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, FranceTree trunk immersed in the river Vis, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, FranceTree trunk immersed in the river Vis, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, France© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents
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Exsurgence of Gourneyras in the Vis gorges, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, FranceExsurgence of Gourneyras in the Vis gorges, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, FranceExsurgence of Gourneyras in the Vis gorges, Grand Site du Cirque de Navacelles, Hérault, Occitanie, France© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents
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Exsurgence of Gourneyras in the Vis gorges, Grand Site du Cirque

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Billaude waterfall in autumn, Jura, FranceBillaude waterfall in autumn, Jura, FranceBillaude waterfall in autumn, Jura, France© David Henrot / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited for poster and Fine art print worlwide
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Billaude waterfall in autumn, Jura, France

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Cloud forest with hanging lichens, Barranco Madre del Agua, Orotava Valley, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, EuropeCloud forest with hanging lichens, Barranco Madre del Agua, Orotava Valley, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, EuropeCloud forest with hanging lichens, Barranco Madre del Agua, Orotava Valley, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Europe© Wolfgang Weinhäupl / imageBROKER / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cloud forest with hanging lichens, Barranco Madre del Agua,

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Gorge de Perrefitte, small gorge, brook Chalière, Perrefitte, Bernese Jura, Bern, Switzerland, EuropeGorge de Perrefitte, small gorge, brook Chalière, Perrefitte, Bernese Jura, Bern, Switzerland, EuropeGorge de Perrefitte, small gorge, brook Chalière, Perrefitte, Bernese Jura, Bern, Switzerland, Europe© Michael Szönyi / imageBROKER / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A manned rover pauses in a martian canyon while an explorer in a protective pressurized suit departs. . This rover provides a pressurized shirtsleeve environment enabling a crew of two to explore a large amount of martian surface for weeks at a time in the relative comfort of an earthbound motor home. For excursions beyond the confines of the rover two pressure suits are mounted on the back. The suits can be entered from within the rover and then detached via an airtight hatch minimizing crew contact with the abrasive and possibly caustic martian dust.A manned rover pauses in a martian canyon while an explorer in a protective pressurized suit departs. . This rover provides a pressurized shirtsleeve environment enabling a crew of two to explore a large amount of martian surface for weeks at a time in the relative comfort of an earthbound motor home. For excursions beyond the confines of the rover two pressure suits are mounted on the back. The suits can be entered from within the rover and then detached via an airtight hatch minimizing crew contact with the abrasive and possibly caustic martian dust.A manned rover pauses in a martian canyon while an explorer in a protective pressurized suit departs. . This rover provides a pressurized shirtsleeve environment enabling a crew of two to explore a large amount of martian surface for weeks at a time in the relative comfort of an earthbound motor home. For excursions beyond the confines of the rover two pressure suits are mounted on the back. The suits can be entered from within the rover and then detached via an airtight hatch minimizing crew contact with the abrasive and possibly caustic martian dust.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of astronauts exploring a dry gully on Saturn's moon Titan. In early 2005 the European Space Agency's Huygens probe revealed a surface carved by numerous drainage channels similar to river deltas on Earth. While the exact nature of these channels is not yet known, one theory proposes that Titan's surface of hydrocarbon sediments has been washed from the highlands by methane rain.Artist's concept of astronauts exploring a dry gully on Saturn's moon Titan. In early 2005 the European Space Agency's Huygens probe revealed a surface carved by numerous drainage channels similar to river deltas on Earth. While the exact nature of these channels is not yet known, one theory proposes that Titan's surface of hydrocarbon sediments has been washed from the highlands by methane rain.Artist's concept of astronauts exploring a dry gully on Saturn's moon Titan. In early 2005 the European Space Agency's Huygens probe revealed a surface carved by numerous drainage channels similar to river deltas on Earth. While the exact nature of these channels is not yet known, one theory proposes that Titan's surface of hydrocarbon sediments has been washed from the highlands by methane rain.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of an earth-like planet. There are likely earth-like planets that miss being hospitable to life because they are a little too close to their host sun(s).Artist's concept of an earth-like planet. There are likely earth-like planets that miss being hospitable to life because they are a little too close to their host sun(s).Artist's concept of an earth-like planet. There are likely earth-like planets that miss being hospitable to life because they are a little too close to their host sun(s).© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of how a martian sunrise might look from the bottom of a deep canyon. The Sun is surrounded by a bluish halo due to dust in the martian atmosphere. . . During the martian day, this dust absorbs the blue light from the Sun, resulting in an overall salmon colored sky, but it also scatters some of the blue light into the area immediately around the Sun. The blue color only becomes apparent near sunrise and sunset, when the light has to pass through the most amount of dust. The canyon is representative of the land forms found in the Olympica Fossae region, located in northern Tharsis, south of the Alba Patera volcano.Artist's concept of how a martian sunrise might look from the bottom of a deep canyon. The Sun is surrounded by a bluish halo due to dust in the martian atmosphere. . . During the martian day, this dust absorbs the blue light from the Sun, resulting in an overall salmon colored sky, but it also scatters some of the blue light into the area immediately around the Sun. The blue color only becomes apparent near sunrise and sunset, when the light has to pass through the most amount of dust. The canyon is representative of the land forms found in the Olympica Fossae region, located in northern Tharsis, south of the Alba Patera volcano.Artist's concept of how a martian sunrise might look from the bottom of a deep canyon. The Sun is surrounded by a bluish halo due to dust in the martian atmosphere. . . During the martian day, this dust absorbs the blue light from the Sun, resulting in an overall salmon colored sky, but it also scatters some of the blue light into the area immediately around the Sun. The blue color only becomes apparent near sunrise and sunset, when the light has to pass through the most amount of dust. The canyon is representative of the land forms found in the Olympica Fossae region, located in northern Tharsis, south of the Alba Patera volcano.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Mars' Valles Marineris is host to the largest canyons in the Solar System. The canyons are as long as the United States is wide with some parts five times deeper than the Earth's Grand Canyon. . This image is looking west over a complex of canyons known as the Noctis Labyrinthus. Further west on the horizon are three large volcanoes known collectively as the Tharsis Montes. Though each volcano towers 9 miles above the plains, from this orbital perspective they appear as mere bumps. From left to right the volcanoes are Arsia Mons, Pavonis Mons and Ascraeus Mons.Mars' Valles Marineris is host to the largest canyons in the Solar System. The canyons are as long as the United States is wide with some parts five times deeper than the Earth's Grand Canyon. . This image is looking west over a complex of canyons known as the Noctis Labyrinthus. Further west on the horizon are three large volcanoes known collectively as the Tharsis Montes. Though each volcano towers 9 miles above the plains, from this orbital perspective they appear as mere bumps. From left to right the volcanoes are Arsia Mons, Pavonis Mons and Ascraeus Mons.Mars' Valles Marineris is host to the largest canyons in the Solar System. The canyons are as long as the United States is wide with some parts five times deeper than the Earth's Grand Canyon. . This image is looking west over a complex of canyons known as the Noctis Labyrinthus. Further west on the horizon are three large volcanoes known collectively as the Tharsis Montes. Though each volcano towers 9 miles above the plains, from this orbital perspective they appear as mere bumps. From left to right the volcanoes are Arsia Mons, Pavonis Mons and Ascraeus Mons.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A full Mars. In this image the massive volcano Olympus Mons is clearly visible upper left of center, while at center are the three Tharsis Montes volcanoes. All these volcanoes are believed to be extinct. To the right of the Tharsis Montes are the deep canyons of Valles Marineris, a meandering network of channels as long as the United States is wide. . Mars has been known historically as a bright, reddish star in Earth's sky. The ruddy hue is due to the presence of iron oxide (i.e., rust) on the martian surface. Mars is often host to white clouds of water-ice crystals (like the high-altitude cirrus clouds on Earth) and experiences seasonal dust storms that can cover the entire planet.A full Mars. In this image the massive volcano Olympus Mons is clearly visible upper left of center, while at center are the three Tharsis Montes volcanoes. All these volcanoes are believed to be extinct. To the right of the Tharsis Montes are the deep canyons of Valles Marineris, a meandering network of channels as long as the United States is wide. . Mars has been known historically as a bright, reddish star in Earth's sky. The ruddy hue is due to the presence of iron oxide (i.e., rust) on the martian surface. Mars is often host to white clouds of water-ice crystals (like the high-altitude cirrus clouds on Earth) and experiences seasonal dust storms that can cover the entire planet.A full Mars. In this image the massive volcano Olympus Mons is clearly visible upper left of center, while at center are the three Tharsis Montes volcanoes. All these volcanoes are believed to be extinct. To the right of the Tharsis Montes are the deep canyons of Valles Marineris, a meandering network of channels as long as the United States is wide. . Mars has been known historically as a bright, reddish star in Earth's sky. The ruddy hue is due to the presence of iron oxide (i.e., rust) on the martian surface. Mars is often host to white clouds of water-ice crystals (like the high-altitude cirrus clouds on Earth) and experiences seasonal dust storms that can cover the entire planet.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Io is Jupiter's innermost large satellite and is about the same size and density as Earth's Moon. Io is 260,000 miles away from Jupiter, which about the same distance as the Moon is from the Earth.Io is Jupiter's innermost large satellite and is about the same size and density as Earth's Moon. Io is 260,000 miles away from Jupiter, which about the same distance as the Moon is from the Earth.Io is Jupiter's innermost large satellite and is about the same size and density as Earth's Moon. Io is 260,000 miles away from Jupiter, which about the same distance as the Moon is from the Earth.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A crescent Jupiter hovers near the horizon along with Jupiter's volcanic satellite Io. In the foreground a meandering crevasse cleaves Europa's icy surface, one of thousands that crisscross this moon's exceedingly flat and bright exterior. The surface of Europa is about five times brighter than our own Moon and is so flat that no feature rises more than 3,000 feet.A crescent Jupiter hovers near the horizon along with Jupiter's volcanic satellite Io. In the foreground a meandering crevasse cleaves Europa's icy surface, one of thousands that crisscross this moon's exceedingly flat and bright exterior. The surface of Europa is about five times brighter than our own Moon and is so flat that no feature rises more than 3,000 feet.A crescent Jupiter hovers near the horizon along with Jupiter's volcanic satellite Io. In the foreground a meandering crevasse cleaves Europa's icy surface, one of thousands that crisscross this moon's exceedingly flat and bright exterior. The surface of Europa is about five times brighter than our own Moon and is so flat that no feature rises more than 3,000 feet.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of how Saturn may appear from the icy surface of Enceladus, one of Saturn's eight major satellites. At a distance of 148 thousand miles, Saturn would subtend an angle of 29∫ in Enceladus' sky, about the same width as 58 Earth moon's lined up side-by-side. . While the surface of Enceladus is as reflective as new fallen snow, it would probably appear leaden about an hour before sunrise with a crescent Saturn as the only source of illumination. Like all of Saturn's major satellites, Enceladus always keeps the same side facing its host planet. From the perspective of a stationary observer on Enceladus, Saturn would always appear in the same position in the sky, cycling through its phases in about one-and-half Earth days. . This image also illustrates a phenomenon only recently discovered by NASA's Cassini probe: sunlight reflecting off of Saturn's rings casts a faint glow onto the cloud tops of Saturn's night side. The illumination is about the same as three of Earth's full moon combined.Artist's concept of how Saturn may appear from the icy surface of Enceladus, one of Saturn's eight major satellites. At a distance of 148 thousand miles, Saturn would subtend an angle of 29∫ in Enceladus' sky, about the same width as 58 Earth moon's lined up side-by-side. . While the surface of Enceladus is as reflective as new fallen snow, it would probably appear leaden about an hour before sunrise with a crescent Saturn as the only source of illumination. Like all of Saturn's major satellites, Enceladus always keeps the same side facing its host planet. From the perspective of a stationary observer on Enceladus, Saturn would always appear in the same position in the sky, cycling through its phases in about one-and-half Earth days. . This image also illustrates a phenomenon only recently discovered by NASA's Cassini probe: sunlight reflecting off of Saturn's rings casts a faint glow onto the cloud tops of Saturn's night side. The illumination is about the same as three of Earth's full moon combined.Artist's concept of how Saturn may appear from the icy surface of Enceladus, one of Saturn's eight major satellites. At a distance of 148 thousand miles, Saturn would subtend an angle of 29∫ in Enceladus' sky, about the same width as 58 Earth moon's lined up side-by-side. . While the surface of Enceladus is as reflective as new fallen snow, it would probably appear leaden about an hour before sunrise with a crescent Saturn as the only source of illumination. Like all of Saturn's major satellites, Enceladus always keeps the same side facing its host planet. From the perspective of a stationary observer on Enceladus, Saturn would always appear in the same position in the sky, cycling through its phases in about one-and-half Earth days. . This image also illustrates a phenomenon only recently discovered by NASA's Cassini probe: sunlight reflecting off of Saturn's rings casts a faint glow onto the cloud tops of Saturn's night side. The illumination is about the same as three of Earth's full moon combined.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A red dwarf star sets over mountainous terrain of an exoplanet system. One planet passes in front of the star while another is in the sky as a crescent. Stars are visible in the thin atmosphere of this mountainous planet.A red dwarf star sets over mountainous terrain of an exoplanet system. One planet passes in front of the star while another is in the sky as a crescent. Stars are visible in the thin atmosphere of this mountainous planet.A red dwarf star sets over mountainous terrain of an exoplanet system. One planet passes in front of the star while another is in the sky as a crescent. Stars are visible in the thin atmosphere of this mountainous planet.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A gas giant of an alien solar system hangs in the sky of one of its moons. A gas giant of an alien solar system hangs in the sky of one of its moons. A gas giant of an alien solar system hangs in the sky of one of its moons. © Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A gas giant of an alien solar system hangs in the sky of one of

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Pluto's blue atmosphere glows as it eclipses our sun as seen from its largest moon, Charon. One of Pluto's smaller moons is seen as a crescent in Charon's sky.Pluto's blue atmosphere glows as it eclipses our sun as seen from its largest moon, Charon. One of Pluto's smaller moons is seen as a crescent in Charon's sky.Pluto's blue atmosphere glows as it eclipses our sun as seen from its largest moon, Charon. One of Pluto's smaller moons is seen as a crescent in Charon's sky.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pluto's blue atmosphere glows as it eclipses our sun as seen from

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A view from the exoplanet Trappist system.A view from the exoplanet Trappist system.A view from the exoplanet Trappist system.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A view from the exoplanet Trappist system.

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An exoplanet orbiting two stars, a red giant and a blue star.An exoplanet orbiting two stars, a red giant and a blue star.An exoplanet orbiting two stars, a red giant and a blue star.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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An exoplanet orbiting two stars, a red giant and a blue star.

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The comet of 2014 makes a close approach to Mars and puts on a spectacular show for the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover.The comet of 2014 makes a close approach to Mars and puts on a spectacular show for the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover.The comet of 2014 makes a close approach to Mars and puts on a spectacular show for the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The comet of 2014 makes a close approach to Mars and puts on a

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NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has a ringside seat as the 2014 comet passes very close to Mars.NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has a ringside seat as the 2014 comet passes very close to Mars.NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has a ringside seat as the 2014 comet passes very close to Mars.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has a ringside seat as the

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Evidence returned from orbiting spacecraft suggests that Gale Crater may have hosted a lake of liquid water sometime during its history.Evidence returned from orbiting spacecraft suggests that Gale Crater may have hosted a lake of liquid water sometime during its history.Evidence returned from orbiting spacecraft suggests that Gale Crater may have hosted a lake of liquid water sometime during its history.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Evidence returned from orbiting spacecraft suggests that Gale

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A dust devil dances across a crater eroded by gullies in Noachis Terra, Mars. The gullies are thought to have been eroded by liquid water flowing on Mars in geologically recent times.A dust devil dances across a crater eroded by gullies in Noachis Terra, Mars. The gullies are thought to have been eroded by liquid water flowing on Mars in geologically recent times.A dust devil dances across a crater eroded by gullies in Noachis Terra, Mars. The gullies are thought to have been eroded by liquid water flowing on Mars in geologically recent times.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A dust devil dances across a crater eroded by gullies in Noachis

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A telephoto view of Curiosity; NASA’s most sophisticated Mars rover; descending into Gale Crater in August 2012. Curiosity’s two year mission will look for signs of water activity and possible ancient Martian life.A telephoto view of Curiosity; NASA’s most sophisticated Mars rover; descending into Gale Crater in August 2012. Curiosity’s two year mission will look for signs of water activity and possible ancient Martian life.A telephoto view of Curiosity; NASA’s most sophisticated Mars rover; descending into Gale Crater in August 2012. Curiosity’s two year mission will look for signs of water activity and possible ancient Martian life.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A comet lights up the Martian predawn over the twisted landscape of Candor Chasma. The distant mountains are several kilometres high. The planet Earth shines as a bright blue star in the sky.A comet lights up the Martian predawn over the twisted landscape of Candor Chasma. The distant mountains are several kilometres high. The planet Earth shines as a bright blue star in the sky.A comet lights up the Martian predawn over the twisted landscape of Candor Chasma. The distant mountains are several kilometres high. The planet Earth shines as a bright blue star in the sky.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The Martian sun sets over the high walls of Mojave Crater.The Martian sun sets over the high walls of Mojave Crater.The Martian sun sets over the high walls of Mojave Crater.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The Martian sun sets over the high walls of Mojave Crater.

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A light fog forms in a desiccated gully in Gale Crater, Mars. The crater's 5km high central mound can be seen in the background.A light fog forms in a desiccated gully in Gale Crater, Mars. The crater's 5km high central mound can be seen in the background.A light fog forms in a desiccated gully in Gale Crater, Mars. The crater's 5km high central mound can be seen in the background.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A light fog forms in a desiccated gully in Gale Crater, Mars. The

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The sun rises over Gale Crater, Mars. This is one of the prospective landing sites for the Mars Science Laboratory rover.The sun rises over Gale Crater, Mars. This is one of the prospective landing sites for the Mars Science Laboratory rover.The sun rises over Gale Crater, Mars. This is one of the prospective landing sites for the Mars Science Laboratory rover.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The sun rises over Gale Crater, Mars. This is one of the

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Dark dunes march along the floor of Gale Crater, resting on the lower reaches of the crater's central mound.Dark dunes march along the floor of Gale Crater, resting on the lower reaches of the crater's central mound.Dark dunes march along the floor of Gale Crater, resting on the lower reaches of the crater's central mound.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aram Chaos, a crater shaped by catastrophic groundwater release, as it looks on present day Mars.Aram Chaos, a crater shaped by catastrophic groundwater release, as it looks on present day Mars.Aram Chaos, a crater shaped by catastrophic groundwater release, as it looks on present day Mars.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aram Chaos, a crater shaped by catastrophic groundwater release,

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Aram Chaos as it appeared early in Martian history. Subterranian water has filled the crater and is flowing through a channel to the bottom left.Aram Chaos as it appeared early in Martian history. Subterranian water has filled the crater and is flowing through a channel to the bottom left.Aram Chaos as it appeared early in Martian history. Subterranian water has filled the crater and is flowing through a channel to the bottom left.© Steven Hobbs / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aram Chaos as it appeared early in Martian history. Subterranian

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Terragen render of Trail Canyon, Arizona, USA.Terragen render of Trail Canyon, Arizona, USA.Terragen render of Trail Canyon, Arizona, USA.© Rhys Taylor / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Terragen render of Trail Canyon, Arizona, USA.

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Astronauts observing the Fountains of Enceladus, giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.Astronauts observing the Fountains of Enceladus, giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.Astronauts observing the Fountains of Enceladus, giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Astronauts observing the Fountains of Enceladus, giant geysers of

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Giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space from Saturns moon Enceladus, also known as the Fountains of Enceladus. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.Giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space from Saturns moon Enceladus, also known as the Fountains of Enceladus. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.Giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles into space from Saturns moon Enceladus, also known as the Fountains of Enceladus. They emanate from giant fissures in the icy crust of the moon.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Giant geysers of water ice crystal shooting hundreds of miles

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Uranus' moon Miranda is covered with meandering cracks and grooves.Uranus' moon Miranda is covered with meandering cracks and grooves.Uranus' moon Miranda is covered with meandering cracks and grooves.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Uranus' moon Miranda is covered with meandering cracks and

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Saturn's moon, Tethys, is split by an enormous valley called Ithaca Chasma.Saturn's moon, Tethys, is split by an enormous valley called Ithaca Chasma.Saturn's moon, Tethys, is split by an enormous valley called Ithaca Chasma.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Saturn's moon, Tethys, is split by an enormous valley called

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A scene on the tortured, wrinkled terrain of Miranda, one of Uranus' many moons.A scene on the tortured, wrinkled terrain of Miranda, one of Uranus' many moons.A scene on the tortured, wrinkled terrain of Miranda, one of Uranus' many moons.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of a river on early Mars. Millions of years ago, water flowed down the canyons of Mars.Artist's concept of a river on early Mars. Millions of years ago, water flowed down the canyons of Mars.Artist's concept of a river on early Mars. Millions of years ago, water flowed down the canyons of Mars.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of a river on early Mars. Millions of years ago,

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Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Ariel is one of Uranus' largest moons. It's surface is criss-crossed with canyon-like trenches.Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Ariel is one of Uranus' largest moons. It's surface is criss-crossed with canyon-like trenches.Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Ariel is one of Uranus' largest moons. It's surface is criss-crossed with canyon-like trenches.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Ariel is one of

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Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Uranus' moon Ariel boasts an enormous trench-like chasm where two blocks of its icy crust have separated.Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Uranus' moon Ariel boasts an enormous trench-like chasm where two blocks of its icy crust have separated.Uranus seen from the surface of its moon, Ariel. Uranus' moon Ariel boasts an enormous trench-like chasm where two blocks of its icy crust have separated.© Ron Miller / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona.Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona.Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona.© Jonathan Tucker / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona.

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Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona.Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona.Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona.© Jonathan Tucker / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona.

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Antelope canyon, Page, Arizona.Antelope canyon, Page, Arizona.Antelope canyon, Page, Arizona.© Jonathan Tucker / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Antelope canyon, Page, Arizona.

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Waterfall, Portland, Oregon, USA.Waterfall, Portland, Oregon, USA.Waterfall, Portland, Oregon, USA.© Jonathan Tucker / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Waterfall, Portland, Oregon, USA.

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Punch Bowl Falls, Portland, Oregon, USA.Punch Bowl Falls, Portland, Oregon, USA.Punch Bowl Falls, Portland, Oregon, USA.© Jonathan Tucker / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Punch Bowl Falls, Portland, Oregon, USA.

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The rising sun begins fading away the nightime Milky Way over the needle rock formations of Bryce Canyon, Utah.The rising sun begins fading away the nightime Milky Way over the needle rock formations of Bryce Canyon, Utah.The rising sun begins fading away the nightime Milky Way over the needle rock formations of Bryce Canyon, Utah.© John Davis / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A lone explorer follows an ancient riverbed in his quest for rare mineral deposits while his cloud-covered home planet floats serenely in the black star-filled sky. A companion moon can be seen with the systems' single star beyond.A lone explorer follows an ancient riverbed in his quest for rare mineral deposits while his cloud-covered home planet floats serenely in the black star-filled sky. A companion moon can be seen with the systems' single star beyond.A lone explorer follows an ancient riverbed in his quest for rare mineral deposits while his cloud-covered home planet floats serenely in the black star-filled sky. A companion moon can be seen with the systems' single star beyond.© Frank Hettick / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of the Sun rising over Valles Marineris on Mars.Artist's concept of the Sun rising over Valles Marineris on Mars.Artist's concept of the Sun rising over Valles Marineris on Mars.© Frieso Hoevelkamp / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of the Sun rising over Valles Marineris on Mars.

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Artist's concept of a canyon on an extraterrestrial world with planets rising in the background.Artist's concept of a canyon on an extraterrestrial world with planets rising in the background.Artist's concept of a canyon on an extraterrestrial world with planets rising in the background.© Frieso Hoevelkamp / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of a canyon on an extraterrestrial world with

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Shore in mist on an extraterrestrial world.Shore in mist on an extraterrestrial world.Shore in mist on an extraterrestrial world.© Frieso Hoevelkamp / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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