Interesting photo for anyone interested in space.
What are the landscapes of Venus and Mars? Giant hexagons on the surface of Saturn? And the anticyclonic storm on the Jupiter.
Mercury and its surface
These images of the planet were obtained by spacecraft “Messenger” in 2011.
In the center of the photo is a 90-km unnamed crater.
It looks like the surface of the planet inside the pool Kaloris.
One of the pools of the shock origin.
The surface of mercury was subjected to the insane cosmic bombardment. Most of the planet covered with craters of different sizes.
Also on the planet there are rocks and plains. Some rocks reach the height of 2 km.
The plains was created by lava flows.
Pictures of the surface of Venus taken by the Soviet spacecraft “Venera – 13” and “Venera – 14”
The pictures were taken in 1982
On Venus, very difficult conditions: high temperatures and acidic clouds, which incapacitate the most reliable technique.
On Venus there are large plains which were created by lava flows in the past. These plains cover about 80% of the surface of the planet. Also there are numerous a variety of education.
The Surface Of Mars
The surface of this planet is one of the most studied in our Solar system (except earth). In the picture you can see the dunes.
Collapsed lava tube in the region of Tharsis
The planet’s surface is mostly basalt, covered with a thin layer of iron oxide
Portion of amazing pictures of Mars
The great Red Spot storm is anticyclonic type, which does not subside for several centuries
If Jupiter was 80 times more planets then this would be “lit up” and became a star. It’s all about the mass. But now the planet generates heat due to gravitational compression.
Vortex in the Northern hemisphere of Saturn
The picture was taken at a distance of about 419 000 km from Saturn
One of the pictures taken apparatus “Cassini”
A giant hexagon on the North pole of Saturn
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Saturn’s famous rings near
The image obtained by the spacecraft “Voyager-2”.
Ariel in the background cloud layer of the planet
The planet’s atmosphere consists of 83% hydrogen, 15% helium and 2.5% of methane.
It looks like the clouds on Neptune
Camera “Voyager-2” has managed to capture the first close to Neptune in 1989
The picture was taken with a distance of 4 950 km from the planet
Neptune’s atmosphere is similar to the planets of Jupiter and Saturn, is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium.
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