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Spectacular Saturn: Cassini's epic pictures using a one megapixel camera | Science | The Guardian

NASAs Cassini spacecraft captured images of the spinning vortex at Saturns north polar storm which resembles a red rose when viewed through filters used to differentiate the height of the storm. Red equals lower clouds while green indicate greater height.

As the Soviet Zond 7 spacecraft passed the Moon in it snapped this seldom-seen version of Earthrise.

Wow!  Sunset on Mars (Opportunity rover)

Sunset on Mars, as seen by the Opportunity rover. Credit: NASA / JPL / Cornell / color mosaic © Don Davis

The Curiosity Mars rover caught a stunning blue sunset on the Red Planet - The Washington Post

Sunset Sequence in Mars' Gale Crater: NASA's Curiosity Mars rover recorded this sequence of views of the sun setting at the close of the mission's Martian day, or sol (April from the rover's location in Gale Crater.

Opportunity's Devilish View from on High

Opportunity's Devilish View from on High. From its perch high on a ridge, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity recorded this image of a Martian dust devil twisting through the valley below.

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This enhanced-color view obtained on September 1998 from NASA's Galileo spacecraft shows an intricate pattern of linear fractures on the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa.

Martian 'Blueberries' Anyone? These are little soil spherules nicknamed "blueberries" because of their shape and color.  These concretions formed in the presence of water and are made of hematite mineral.  They were discovered by the Opportunity rover on Mars in 2004 and provide evidence of a watery ancient Mars.

Martian Concretions Near Fram Crater These small spherules on the Martian surface are near Fram Crater, visited by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity during April The area shown is inches centimeters) across.

Space Images

'Spirit Mound' at Edge of Endeavour Crater, Mars (Enhanced Color)

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The rippled surface of the first Martian sand dune ever studied up close fills this view of 'High Dune' from the Mastcam on NASA's Curiosity rover. This site is part of the 'Bagnold Dunes' field along the northwestern flank of Mount Sharp.