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Jupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, FranceJupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, FranceJupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Jupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes

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The Milky Way over the Jura in summer, Jupiter and Saturn shining near the Milky Way, Croix de Famban, in the Grand Colombier massif, Ain, FranceThe Milky Way over the Jura in summer, Jupiter and Saturn shining near the Milky Way, Croix de Famban, in the Grand Colombier massif, Ain, FranceThe Milky Way over the Jura in summer, Jupiter and Saturn shining near the Milky Way, Croix de Famban, in the Grand Colombier massif, Ain, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Milky Way over the Jura in summer, Jupiter and Saturn shining

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Starry sky in Ardèche, the Milky Way, Jupiter and Saturn shine in a pure sky, north of the Mont Gerbier des Joncs, visible in the middle of the horizon (4 minutes exposure), FranceStarry sky in Ardèche, the Milky Way, Jupiter and Saturn shine in a pure sky, north of the Mont Gerbier des Joncs, visible in the middle of the horizon (4 minutes exposure), FranceStarry sky in Ardèche, the Milky Way, Jupiter and Saturn shine in a pure sky, north of the Mont Gerbier des Joncs, visible in the middle of the horizon (4 minutes exposure), France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Starry sky in Ardèche, the Milky Way, Jupiter and Saturn shine in

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Saturn, Jupiter and the Milky Way over the Jura. Constellation of Sagittarius, and Scorpio on the right, with the star Antares, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura massif, FranceSaturn, Jupiter and the Milky Way over the Jura. Constellation of Sagittarius, and Scorpio on the right, with the star Antares, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura massif, FranceSaturn, Jupiter and the Milky Way over the Jura. Constellation of Sagittarius, and Scorpio on the right, with the star Antares, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura massif, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Saturn, Jupiter and the Milky Way over the Jura. Constellation of

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Jupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, FranceJupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, FranceJupiter, Saturn and the Milky Way over the Jura Mountains, Crêtes du Grand Colombier, South of the Jura Massif, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Moon and SaturnMoon and SaturnMoon and Saturn© Dominique Delfino / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Moon and Saturn

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Peaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peach© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Peaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peach

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Peaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peach© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Peaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peachPeaches 'Sweet Cap' Saturn peach© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Milky Way and Megalith - Isle of Hœdic Brittany France  ; A large menhir stands on one of the highlights of Hoëdic Island. Its silhouette stands among the stars of Sagittarius, while to the right, Scorpio rises with Saturn above its pincers.Milky Way and Megalith - Isle of Hœdic Brittany France Milky Way and Megalith - Isle of Hœdic Brittany France ; A large menhir stands on one of the highlights of Hoëdic Island. Its silhouette stands among the stars of Sagittarius, while to the right, Scorpio rises with Saturn above its pincers.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Milky Way and Megalith - Isle of Hœdic Brittany France ; A large

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Last glow of the Milky Way - Isle of Houat France ; The Milky Way is fading gradually in the sky that glows because of the presence of the Crescent Moon, but especially because of the progression of duskLast glow of the Milky Way - Isle of Houat FranceLast glow of the Milky Way - Isle of Houat France ; The Milky Way is fading gradually in the sky that glows because of the presence of the Crescent Moon, but especially because of the progression of dusk© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Last glow of the Milky Way - Isle of Houat France ; The Milky Way

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Milky Way in the sky illuminated by the moon - Houat France ; Despite the presence of the big crescent Moon, the Milky Way is still clearly visible. The black figure is the island of Er Yoc'h, while the far right, the white lights are those of the borough of Île d'Houat. Milky Way in the sky illuminated by the moon - Houat FranceMilky Way in the sky illuminated by the moon - Houat France ; Despite the presence of the big crescent Moon, the Milky Way is still clearly visible. The black figure is the island of Er Yoc'h, while the far right, the white lights are those of the borough of Île d'Houat. © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Milky Way in the sky illuminated by the moon - Houat France ;

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Milky Way above the island of Houat - Brittany France ; Notice the black shape just right of center of the Milky Way. It evokes a rearing horse whose legs pointing towards the star Antares, around which are visible low nebulosity. Milky Way above the island of Houat - Brittany FranceMilky Way above the island of Houat - Brittany France ; Notice the black shape just right of center of the Milky Way. It evokes a rearing horse whose legs pointing towards the star Antares, around which are visible low nebulosity. © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Milky Way above the island of Houat - Brittany France ; Notice

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Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France  ; Thin clouds (cirrus) diffuse starlight and allow to appreciate the brilliance and color. Cirrus clouds are orange left because they reflect light orange streetlights, while on the right, they are dark because the sky above the ocean is devoid of light pollution. The Milky Way appears in a cloud above the semaphore Penmarc gap. All right, the star is the brightest Saturn.Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France ; Thin clouds (cirrus) diffuse starlight and allow to appreciate the brilliance and color. Cirrus clouds are orange left because they reflect light orange streetlights, while on the right, they are dark because the sky above the ocean is devoid of light pollution. The Milky Way appears in a cloud above the semaphore Penmarc gap. All right, the star is the brightest Saturn.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France ; Thin clouds

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Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France Astronomical twilight to Penmarc - Brittany France © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Abbey Paimpont reflecting in the pond - France  ; To the right of the Abbey, Scorpio and brilliant Antares, and right, Saturn in Libra and Artcurus Bouvier top right.Abbey Paimpont reflecting in the pond - France Abbey Paimpont reflecting in the pond - France ; To the right of the Abbey, Scorpio and brilliant Antares, and right, Saturn in Libra and Artcurus Bouvier top right.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Abbey Paimpont reflecting in the pond - France ; To the right of

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Oak Guillotin - Forest Dark Forest Brittany France ; It is 1000 years old! It takes its name from the Abbot Guillotin would have hidden in its hollow trunk during the French Revolution of 1789. Area The Moon illuminates the shade tree and the sky blue sky that are visible above the old tree Three Beautiful Summer: Altair, Vega and Deneb. Scorpio rises in right field, before (top right) by Saturn.Oak Guillotin - Forest Dark Forest Brittany FranceOak Guillotin - Forest Dark Forest Brittany France ; It is 1000 years old! It takes its name from the Abbot Guillotin would have hidden in its hollow trunk during the French Revolution of 1789. Area The Moon illuminates the shade tree and the sky blue sky that are visible above the old tree Three Beautiful Summer: Altair, Vega and Deneb. Scorpio rises in right field, before (top right) by Saturn.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Oak Guillotin - Forest Dark Forest Brittany France ; It is 1000

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Milky Way above the Virgin Island - Brittany FranceMilky Way above the Virgin Island - Brittany FranceMilky Way above the Virgin Island - Brittany France© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France  ; Quarter Moon is just lying. In a still a little blue sky, the arch of the Milky Way is beautiful. Emerging from above lights Douarnenez, it extends to the left in the direction of the Eagle, Swan and Cassiopeia. All right, Mars in Virgo and left, Saturn in Libra.Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France ; Quarter Moon is just lying. In a still a little blue sky, the arch of the Milky Way is beautiful. Emerging from above lights Douarnenez, it extends to the left in the direction of the Eagle, Swan and Cassiopeia. All right, Mars in Virgo and left, Saturn in Libra.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France  ; All right, Mars in Virgo and Saturn to his left, and bottom left, the Scorpion, the right of the Milky Way. Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France ; All right, Mars in Virgo and Saturn to his left, and bottom left, the Scorpion, the right of the Milky Way. © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Stars shining over the sea - Brittany France ; All right, Mars

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Shore of the island Virgin under a starry sky - Brittany France ; Mars in Virgo (right), Saturn in Libra and Scorpio (center) and Lyra and Cygnus left.Shore of the island Virgin under a starry sky - Brittany FranceShore of the island Virgin under a starry sky - Brittany France ; Mars in Virgo (right), Saturn in Libra and Scorpio (center) and Lyra and Cygnus left.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Shore of the island Virgin under a starry sky - Brittany France ;

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Mars in the constellation Virgo - Britain France  ; Mars is near opposition. Located in the constellation Virgo, it is visible in the foreground with the Virgin Island. At the top, the star Arcturus of Bootes and lower, over the island, Saturn in Libra. Mars in the constellation Virgo - Britain France Mars in the constellation Virgo - Britain France ; Mars is near opposition. Located in the constellation Virgo, it is visible in the foreground with the Virgin Island. At the top, the star Arcturus of Bootes and lower, over the island, Saturn in Libra. © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Mars in the constellation Virgo - Britain France ; Mars is near

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Mars in Virgo over the Virgin Island - Bretagne France  ; Mars is near opposition. Located in the constellation Virgo, it is visible in the foreground with the Virgin Island. Saturn is close to the horizon in the center of the image. Waxing and is in top right corner. [AT]Mars in Virgo over the Virgin Island - Bretagne France Mars in Virgo over the Virgin Island - Bretagne France ; Mars is near opposition. Located in the constellation Virgo, it is visible in the foreground with the Virgin Island. Saturn is close to the horizon in the center of the image. Waxing and is in top right corner. [AT]© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Milky Way above the sea - France Brittany CrozonMilky Way above the sea - France Brittany CrozonMilky Way above the sea - France Brittany Crozon© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Panorama of Pointe Saint-Mathieu in Finisterre ; The beams of light emerging clear of brushes in the sky to the horizon. Are visible from left to right: the semaphore, the ruins of the church, the lighthouse, the museum and chapel. All right, Saturn is visible in the constellation Virgo alongside the star Spica.  Panorama of Pointe Saint-Mathieu in FinisterrePanorama of Pointe Saint-Mathieu in Finisterre ; The beams of light emerging clear of brushes in the sky to the horizon. Are visible from left to right: the semaphore, the ruins of the church, the lighthouse, the museum and chapel. All right, Saturn is visible in the constellation Virgo alongside the star Spica.  © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Conjunction Saturn-Mars-44 and M Tree silhouette France ; In mid-June 2006, the planets Saturn (left) and Mars (right) had the good sense to approach each other near the star cluster in the Beehive (M44Conjunction Saturn-Mars-44 and M Tree silhouette FranceConjunction Saturn-Mars-44 and M Tree silhouette France ; In mid-June 2006, the planets Saturn (left) and Mars (right) had the good sense to approach each other near the star cluster in the Beehive (M44© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Mars Saturn Castor and Pollux reflected in a river France ; Saturn crosses the star cluster Cancer is close to Mars (lower right). Farther to the right, the stars Castor and Pollux of Gemini. The stars reflect in the calm waters of the river Odet. Mars Saturn Castor and Pollux reflected in a river FranceMars Saturn Castor and Pollux reflected in a river France ; Saturn crosses the star cluster Cancer is close to Mars (lower right). Farther to the right, the stars Castor and Pollux of Gemini. The stars reflect in the calm waters of the river Odet. © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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4 planets around a jib crane in the evening sky France ; On April 29, 2002, four planets are together in the evening sky. Just right of the crane, Venus, then lower left, Mercury. To the left of the crane, the duo formed by Mars (right) and Saturn (left). 4 planets around a jib crane in the evening sky France4 planets around a jib crane in the evening sky France ; On April 29, 2002, four planets are together in the evening sky. Just right of the crane, Venus, then lower left, Mercury. To the left of the crane, the duo formed by Mars (right) and Saturn (left). © Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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4 planets around a jib crane in the evening sky France ; On April

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Mars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo disappears at nightfall. Over and above his tail, starry triangle of Coma (Coma Berenices) and Bootes and Ursa Major decapitated. Mars is low over horizon, right of Regulus. To the left of the last Saturn.Mars with Saturn and Regulus in LeoMars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo disappears at nightfall. Over and above his tail, starry triangle of Coma (Coma Berenices) and Bootes and Ursa Major decapitated. Mars is low over horizon, right of Regulus. To the left of the last Saturn.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Mars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo

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Mars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo disappears at nightfall. Over and above his tail, starry triangle of Coma (Coma Berenices) and Bootes and Ursa Major decapitated. Mars is low over horizon, right of Regulus. To the left of the last Saturn.Mars with Saturn and Regulus in LeoMars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo disappears at nightfall. Over and above his tail, starry triangle of Coma (Coma Berenices) and Bootes and Ursa Major decapitated. Mars is low over horizon, right of Regulus. To the left of the last Saturn.© Laurent Laveder / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Mars with Saturn and Regulus in Leo ; At the end of June, Leo

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Sunrise on a Mount Lozère menhir Cévennes FranceSunrise on a Mount Lozère menhir Cévennes FranceSunrise on a Mount Lozère menhir Cévennes France© Olivier Sauzereau / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Man and Moon rising close to a menhir Lozere Mount ; Site : menhir of Cham des Bondons, Mount LozèreMan and Moon rising close to a menhir Lozere MountMan and Moon rising close to a menhir Lozere Mount ; Site : menhir of Cham des Bondons, Mount Lozère© Olivier Sauzereau / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Man and Moon rising close to a menhir Lozere Mount ; Site :

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Basilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins Morocco ; Dates from the 2nd and 3rd centuries ADBasilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins MoroccoBasilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins Morocco ; Dates from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Basilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins Morocco ;

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Basilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins Morocco ; Dates from the 2nd and 3rd centuries ADBasilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins MoroccoBasilica and Temple of Saturn Volubilis Roman ruins Morocco ; Dates from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Planetary conjunction above Polignac Haute-Loire France ; On June 26, 2005 at sunset, 3 planets were crowded together above Polignac fortress. Venus, the most shiny, Mercure close to it (it will be even closer on 27 in the evening) and Saturn close to the horizon.Planetary conjunction above Polignac Haute-Loire FrancePlanetary conjunction above Polignac Haute-Loire France ; On June 26, 2005 at sunset, 3 planets were crowded together above Polignac fortress. Venus, the most shiny, Mercure close to it (it will be even closer on 27 in the evening) and Saturn close to the horizon.© Hubert Querlioz / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Planetary conjunction above Polignac Haute-Loire France ; On June

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Saturne et quatre de ses plus gros satellites ; Site d'observation : Observatoire du Pic du MidiSaturne et quatre de ses plus gros satellitesSaturne et quatre de ses plus gros satellites ; Site d'observation : Observatoire du Pic du Midi© Vincent Decorde / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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La planète Saturne vue de l'observatoire du Pic du Midi ; Image réalisée avec le télescope de 1 m de diamètre de l'observatoire. Cliché unique, image réalisée sans compositage.La planète Saturne vue de l'observatoire du Pic du MidiLa planète Saturne vue de l'observatoire du Pic du Midi ; Image réalisée avec le télescope de 1 m de diamètre de l'observatoire. Cliché unique, image réalisée sans compositage.© Vincent Decorde / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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La planète Saturne vue de l'observatoire du Pic du Midi ; Image

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Conjonction planétaire au-dessus du village de Polignac ; Conjonction : 26.06.2005. A la tombée du jour. Vénus (la plus brillante), Mercure près d'elle (qui sera encore plus proche le 27 au soir) et Saturne proche de l'horizon. Forteresse de Polignac.Conjonction planétaire au-dessus du village de PolignacConjonction planétaire au-dessus du village de Polignac ; Conjonction : 26.06.2005. A la tombée du jour. Vénus (la plus brillante), Mercure près d'elle (qui sera encore plus proche le 27 au soir) et Saturne proche de l'horizon. Forteresse de Polignac.© Hubert Querlioz / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Conjonction serrée entre la Lune et Saturne vue de France ; Le 16 avril 2002, la planète Saturne a frôlé la Lune à 0°2' pour les habitants de l'Auvergne. Au nord de la France, la planète aux anneaux est passée derrière la Lune ( on parle d'occultation ). C'est un phénomène relativement rare.Conjonction serrée entre la Lune et Saturne vue de FranceConjonction serrée entre la Lune et Saturne vue de France ; Le 16 avril 2002, la planète Saturne a frôlé la Lune à 0°2' pour les habitants de l'Auvergne. Au nord de la France, la planète aux anneaux est passée derrière la Lune ( on parle d'occultation ). C'est un phénomène relativement rare.© Laurent Pacelli / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Conjonction serrée entre la Lune et Saturne vue de France ; Le 16

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Premier croissant de Lune et Saturne visuellement prochePremier croissant de Lune et Saturne visuellement prochePremier croissant de Lune et Saturne visuellement proche© Olivier Sauzereau / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Artist's concept illustrating the gravity assist maneuver used by spacecraft through the solar system. 
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Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. While Titan is one of the largest terrestrial worlds in the Solar System, larger even than any of the known dwarf planets, the pull of gravity at its surface is only 1/10th the Earth's. A 150 pound astronaut with a 200 pound suit would weigh only 35 pounds on Titan. Titan's surface gravity is lower than even the Moon's (which is 1/6th the Earth's), and yet Titan's diameter is about 50% larger than the Moon's. The reason for the discrepancy is because Titan's interior is composed of roughly equal parts water ice and rock, while the Moon's interior consists of denser silicates, and possibly iron at the core.Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. While Titan is one of the largest terrestrial worlds in the Solar System, larger even than any of the known dwarf planets, the pull of gravity at its surface is only 1/10th the Earth's. A 150 pound astronaut with a 200 pound suit would weigh only 35 pounds on Titan. Titan's surface gravity is lower than even the Moon's (which is 1/6th the Earth's), and yet Titan's diameter is about 50% larger than the Moon's. The reason for the discrepancy is because Titan's interior is composed of roughly equal parts water ice and rock, while the Moon's interior consists of denser silicates, and possibly iron at the core.Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. While Titan is one of the largest terrestrial worlds in the Solar System, larger even than any of the known dwarf planets, the pull of gravity at its surface is only 1/10th the Earth's. A 150 pound astronaut with a 200 pound suit would weigh only 35 pounds on Titan. Titan's surface gravity is lower than even the Moon's (which is 1/6th the Earth's), and yet Titan's diameter is about 50% larger than the Moon's. The reason for the discrepancy is because Titan's interior is composed of roughly equal parts water ice and rock, while the Moon's interior consists of denser silicates, and possibly iron at the core.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's

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Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. Titan's first human visitors are protected by thick suits and helmets to shield them from the extreme cold, and possibly toxic compounds such as hydrogen cyanide. They carry their own oxygen as Titan's atmosphere is primarily nitrogen with lesser amounts of argon, methane and other gases. Each explorer also carries head lights attached to their helmets to help them navigate a terrain that receives only 1/1000th the Sun's illumination on the Earth; while this means that noon on Titan would appear relatively dim, it would yet be over 300 times brighter than the Earth under a full moon. . Beneath Titan's 350 miles of atmosphere, intrepid explorers would likely find a dark, forbidding landscape of rock, ice, and possibly tarry layers of hydrocarbons and lakes of liquid ethane and/or methane (AKA natural gas). The Surface temperature would be around minus 300° F, cold enough to freeze exposed human tissue within seconds. There would be no oxygen to breathe, and any water to be found would be as hard and dense as granite. Despite these harsh conditions, Titan could yet yield secrets regarding the origin of life itself as it is believed that, with the exception of the extreme cold, Titan resembles the primordial Earth at the time living organisms first appeared. . Perhaps some day in the far future humans will set foot on Saturn's mysterious moon Titan, one of the most interesting worlds in the Solar System. Larger than the planet Mercury, Earth's moon, and the dwarf planet Pluto, and second only in size to Jupiter's satellite Ganymede, Titan is the only known extraterrestrial world with a dense atmosphere that realistically could be visited by humans. A visit to Titan would require a space journey of a year or more and traverse over 700 million miles. . . 
Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. Titan's first human visitors are protected by thick suits and helmets to shield them from the extreme cold, and possibly toxic compounds such as hydrogen cyanide. They carry their own oxygen as Titan's atmosphere is primarily nitrogen with lesser amounts of argon, methane and other gases. Each explorer also carries head lights attached to their helmets to help them navigate a terrain that receives only 1/1000th the Sun's illumination on the Earth; while this means that noon on Titan would appear relatively dim, it would yet be over 300 times brighter than the Earth under a full moon. . Beneath Titan's 350 miles of atmosphere, intrepid explorers would likely find a dark, forbidding landscape of rock, ice, and possibly tarry layers of hydrocarbons and lakes of liquid ethane and/or methane (AKA natural gas). The Surface temperature would be around minus 300° F, cold enough to freeze exposed human tissue within seconds. There would be no oxygen to breathe, and any water to be found would be as hard and dense as granite. Despite these harsh conditions, Titan could yet yield secrets regarding the origin of life itself as it is believed that, with the exception of the extreme cold, Titan resembles the primordial Earth at the time living organisms first appeared. . Perhaps some day in the far future humans will set foot on Saturn's mysterious moon Titan, one of the most interesting worlds in the Solar System. Larger than the planet Mercury, Earth's moon, and the dwarf planet Pluto, and second only in size to Jupiter's satellite Ganymede, Titan is the only known extraterrestrial world with a dense atmosphere that realistically could be visited by humans. A visit to Titan would require a space journey of a year or more and traverse over 700 million miles. . . Artist's concept of astronauts exploring the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. Titan's first human visitors are protected by thick suits and helmets to shield them from the extreme cold, and possibly toxic compounds such as hydrogen cyanide. They carry their own oxygen as Titan's atmosphere is primarily nitrogen with lesser amounts of argon, methane and other gases. Each explorer also carries head lights attached to their helmets to help them navigate a terrain that receives only 1/1000th the Sun's illumination on the Earth; while this means that noon on Titan would appear relatively dim, it would yet be over 300 times brighter than the Earth under a full moon. . Beneath Titan's 350 miles of atmosphere, intrepid explorers would likely find a dark, forbidding landscape of rock, ice, and possibly tarry layers of hydrocarbons and lakes of liquid ethane and/or methane (AKA natural gas). The Surface temperature would be around minus 300° F, cold enough to freeze exposed human tissue within seconds. There would be no oxygen to breathe, and any water to be found would be as hard and dense as granite. Despite these harsh conditions, Titan could yet yield secrets regarding the origin of life itself as it is believed that, with the exception of the extreme cold, Titan resembles the primordial Earth at the time living organisms first appeared. . Perhaps some day in the far future humans will set foot on Saturn's mysterious moon Titan, one of the most interesting worlds in the Solar System. Larger than the planet Mercury, Earth's moon, and the dwarf planet Pluto, and second only in size to Jupiter's satellite Ganymede, Titan is the only known extraterrestrial world with a dense atmosphere that realistically could be visited by humans. A visit to Titan would require a space journey of a year or more and traverse over 700 million miles. . . © Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A pair of balloon-borne probes leisurely survey a methane-ethane swamp on Titan. Each probe carries its own spot light illuminating the terrain below, augmenting the haze-filtered sunlight. . . Scientists have long speculated that methane and ethane may exist as liquids on Titan's extremely cold surface, but it wasn't until 2005 that the Cassini spacecraft's radar imager detected what indeed may be large hydrocarbon lakes on Titan's northern latitudes. While it is believed that the liquid in these lakes would be primarily methane and ethane, this won't be confirmed until the lakes are actually sampled. Whatever lies on Titan's surface, there is the possibility that the ancient and exotic environment has given rise to compounds heretofore unknown on Earth. . Large quantities of Methane and ethane exist in Earth's relatively warm environment as components of natural gas.A pair of balloon-borne probes leisurely survey a methane-ethane swamp on Titan. Each probe carries its own spot light illuminating the terrain below, augmenting the haze-filtered sunlight. . . Scientists have long speculated that methane and ethane may exist as liquids on Titan's extremely cold surface, but it wasn't until 2005 that the Cassini spacecraft's radar imager detected what indeed may be large hydrocarbon lakes on Titan's northern latitudes. While it is believed that the liquid in these lakes would be primarily methane and ethane, this won't be confirmed until the lakes are actually sampled. Whatever lies on Titan's surface, there is the possibility that the ancient and exotic environment has given rise to compounds heretofore unknown on Earth. . Large quantities of Methane and ethane exist in Earth's relatively warm environment as components of natural gas.A pair of balloon-borne probes leisurely survey a methane-ethane swamp on Titan. Each probe carries its own spot light illuminating the terrain below, augmenting the haze-filtered sunlight. . . Scientists have long speculated that methane and ethane may exist as liquids on Titan's extremely cold surface, but it wasn't until 2005 that the Cassini spacecraft's radar imager detected what indeed may be large hydrocarbon lakes on Titan's northern latitudes. While it is believed that the liquid in these lakes would be primarily methane and ethane, this won't be confirmed until the lakes are actually sampled. Whatever lies on Titan's surface, there is the possibility that the ancient and exotic environment has given rise to compounds heretofore unknown on Earth. . Large quantities of Methane and ethane exist in Earth's relatively warm environment as components of natural gas.© 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 how Saturn and Titan might look from a position in orbit around Titan. While in reality Saturn is vastly larger than Titan, it appears smaller here because Titan's orbit puts Saturn at a distance of about 700 thousand miles. Sunlight filtering through Titan's upper atmospheric haze, extending over 300 miles above the surface, gives a bluish cast to its limb.Artist's concept of how Saturn and Titan might look from a position in orbit around Titan. While in reality Saturn is vastly larger than Titan, it appears smaller here because Titan's orbit puts Saturn at a distance of about 700 thousand miles. Sunlight filtering through Titan's upper atmospheric haze, extending over 300 miles above the surface, gives a bluish cast to its limb.Artist's concept of how Saturn and Titan might look from a position in orbit around Titan. While in reality Saturn is vastly larger than Titan, it appears smaller here because Titan's orbit puts Saturn at a distance of about 700 thousand miles. Sunlight filtering through Titan's upper atmospheric haze, extending over 300 miles above the surface, gives a bluish cast to its limb.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of Saturn amongst the hydrocarbon haze of its moon Titan. Saturn and its rings would be a majestic sight lording over Titan's hydrocarbon haze. The viewpoint is from 50 miles above Titan's surface and three-quarters of a million miles away from Saturn itself. Three of Saturn's smaller satellites can also be seen extending from the ring plane; to the left of Saturn is Enceladus, and to the right are Tethys and Rhea. . Technically, the orange clouds mark the beginning of Titan's condensate haze, which consists of ethane, methane, nitrogen, and a variety of hydrocarbons known collectively as tholin. These gases and hydrocarbons extend upward another 250 miles, resulting in a bluish, earth-like sky, albeit darker due to Titan's great distance from the Sun. Tholin is created by the interaction of the nitrogen-rich gases with ultraviolet light from the Sun and ultimately precipitates all the way down to Titan's surface. Notwithstanding its flame-like colors, this haze is chilled to minus 330º F.Artist's concept of Saturn amongst the hydrocarbon haze of its moon Titan. Saturn and its rings would be a majestic sight lording over Titan's hydrocarbon haze. The viewpoint is from 50 miles above Titan's surface and three-quarters of a million miles away from Saturn itself. Three of Saturn's smaller satellites can also be seen extending from the ring plane; to the left of Saturn is Enceladus, and to the right are Tethys and Rhea. . Technically, the orange clouds mark the beginning of Titan's condensate haze, which consists of ethane, methane, nitrogen, and a variety of hydrocarbons known collectively as tholin. These gases and hydrocarbons extend upward another 250 miles, resulting in a bluish, earth-like sky, albeit darker due to Titan's great distance from the Sun. Tholin is created by the interaction of the nitrogen-rich gases with ultraviolet light from the Sun and ultimately precipitates all the way down to Titan's surface. Notwithstanding its flame-like colors, this haze is chilled to minus 330º F.Artist's concept of Saturn amongst the hydrocarbon haze of its moon Titan. Saturn and its rings would be a majestic sight lording over Titan's hydrocarbon haze. The viewpoint is from 50 miles above Titan's surface and three-quarters of a million miles away from Saturn itself. Three of Saturn's smaller satellites can also be seen extending from the ring plane; to the left of Saturn is Enceladus, and to the right are Tethys and Rhea. . Technically, the orange clouds mark the beginning of Titan's condensate haze, which consists of ethane, methane, nitrogen, and a variety of hydrocarbons known collectively as tholin. These gases and hydrocarbons extend upward another 250 miles, resulting in a bluish, earth-like sky, albeit darker due to Titan's great distance from the Sun. Tholin is created by the interaction of the nitrogen-rich gases with ultraviolet light from the Sun and ultimately precipitates all the way down to Titan's surface. Notwithstanding its flame-like colors, this haze is chilled to minus 330º F.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A manned blimp tows a sensor through one of Titan's many bodies of liquid ethane in search of new discoveries. A blimp would be an efficient form of transportation given Titan's combination of high atmospheric pressure and low surface gravity.A manned blimp tows a sensor through one of Titan's many bodies of liquid ethane in search of new discoveries. A blimp would be an efficient form of transportation given Titan's combination of high atmospheric pressure and low surface gravity.A manned blimp tows a sensor through one of Titan's many bodies of liquid ethane in search of new discoveries. A blimp would be an efficient form of transportation given Titan's combination of high atmospheric pressure and low surface gravity.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Illustration of a spacecraft and astronauts at a large-scale mining operation site on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. 100 years from now space exploration may have evolved to space exploitation on some very exotic worlds.Illustration of a spacecraft and astronauts at a large-scale mining operation site on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. 100 years from now space exploration may have evolved to space exploitation on some very exotic worlds.Illustration of a spacecraft and astronauts at a large-scale mining operation site on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. 100 years from now space exploration may have evolved to space exploitation on some very exotic worlds.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept showing how Saturn might look from high above the ring plane and at a right angle to the Sun, a perspective that we could never get from the Earth nor from the Hubble Space Telescope.Artist's concept showing how Saturn might look from high above the ring plane and at a right angle to the Sun, a perspective that we could never get from the Earth nor from the Hubble Space Telescope.Artist's concept showing how Saturn might look from high above the ring plane and at a right angle to the Sun, a perspective that we could never get from the Earth nor from the Hubble Space Telescope.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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