Now dozens of spacecraft travel through our solar system, and we decided that we would do well to look at the pictures of the great celestial body made by NASA and ESA during their travels far from Mercury, Earth, Moon, Mars, Saturn and several "intermediate stations" . Collected here are photos taken in our solar system on a scale of one inch to millions of kilometers.
September 8, 2010 in the sun erupted class C3. When sunspot turns away from the Earth, the active region erupted, producing a solar flare and a fantastic bulge. The flash also produced coronary mass ejection into space.
Relief on the surface of Mercury, including craters Kipling (bottom left) and Steichen (upper right). The picture was taken on September 29 spacecraft NASA «MESSENGER». (NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Carnegie Institution of Washington)
Earth and Moon from afar May 6, 2010 at a distance of 183 million kilometers from the ship «MESSENGER», from which the picture was taken. North bottom of the image. (NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Carnegie Institution of Washington)
Disappearing crescent and a thin line of Earth's atmosphere. Picture taken by a crew member «Expedition 24" on the International Space Station on Sept. 4. (NASA)
Earth - the view from the Moon on 12 June. This image was created by a team of orbital station «Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter» of several photos taken on 12 June during the sequence settings. (NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University)