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Neptune_TritonA.jpg
Neptune: Triton634 viewsThis view of Triton's southern hemisphere shows the only parts of the surface that Voyager 2 was able to image at high resolution.
JupiterMoons2a_Io-plume.jpg
Jupiter: Io467 viewsThe volcanic plume rising from the Pele eruptive center was made with modeled geometry to which a couple of overlapping transparency gradients were applied; the MacroPhoto plugin was used to blur the edges. Ganymede is visible in the distance.
SaturnB.jpg
Saturn444 viewsA view looking down on Saturn's north pole, showing the "hexagon" cloud formation.
MercuryB.jpg
Mercury and the Sun418 viewsNotice how small and densely packed the stars are -- it indicates how wide of an angle I had to set the field of view in order to see both the Sun and a substantial crescent of Mercury.
Earth-Australia.jpg
Earth: Australia410 views
Earth-NorthAmerica_nightside.jpg
Earth: North America nightside400 views
JupiterC_GreatRedSpot.jpg
Jupiter400 viewsThe Great Red Spot on the horizon.
Earth-NorthAmerica.jpg
Earth: North America386 views
UranusMoons5_Oberon.jpg
Uranus: Oberon380 views
Neptune.jpg
Neptune378 viewsNeptune showing the Great Dark Spot (which dissipated in the years after Voyager 2's encounter).
JupiterMoons1_Amalthea.jpg
Jupiter and Amalthea375 viewsThe irregular moon Amalthea orbiting above Jupiter.
SaturnD.jpg
Saturn371 viewsThe Sun shines through Saturn's rings.
Earth-Europe.jpg
Earth: Europe369 views
EarthMoonB.jpg
Earth and the Moon369 viewsThe Earth with the Moon barely visible in the background. The wide-angle camera makes the Moon look small.
UranusB.jpg
Uranus366 views
Earth-PacificOcean.jpg
Earth: Pacific Ocean364 views
Earth-Africa.jpg
Earth: Africa361 views
Earth-WesternHemisphere.jpg
Earth: Western Hemisphere361 views
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