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Pendulum Waves

Pendulum Waves

Photo Tour of The Solar System (Part 1) If possible, the first images in each set will be true-color, as you would see them with your own eyes. Most images will either be true-color or monochrome (black and white), unless stated otherwise. Many images can be vastly enlarged by clicking on them and choosing a larger size from the Flickr page. It appears there's a limit to the size of diaries, so this first part of the tour ends about 3/4 of the way through the Saturn system (which is quite extensive). I. You might be tempted to think Mercury is very similar to the Moon, but compare and contrast them, and think about what the differences might mean. II. Through UV and orange filters: From the Soviet Venera 13 lander: From Venera 14: This is a perspective mosaic of Venera images put together by Don P. III. Can you spot Earth in this Voyager 2 image taken beyond Pluto? Luna IV. There are only two NEOs that have clear, interesting, photographic images at the moment. 25143 Itokawa 433 Eros V. Northern ice cap: Phobos Deimos VI. Dactyl Ceres Io

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