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This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft features a blue planet, Uranus, imaged by Cassini for the first time. Uranus is a pale blue in this natural color image because its visible atmosphere contains methane gas and few aerosols or clouds.
This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft features a blue planet, Uranus, imaged by Cassini for the first time. Uranus is a pale blue in this natural color image because its visible atmosphere contains methane gas and few aerosols or clouds.

Blue Orb on the Horizon

This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft features a blue planet, Uranus, imaged by Cassini for the first time. Uranus is a pale blue in this natural color image because its visible atmosphere contains methane gas and few aerosols or clouds.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Cassini-Huygens
Spacecraft: Cassini Orbiter
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA17178
Added: 2014-05-01

Views: 16739

Blue Orb on the Horizon

This view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft features a blue planet, Uranus, imaged by Cassini for the first time. Uranus is a pale blue in this natural color image because its visible atmosphere contains methane gas and few aerosols or clouds.

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A recent NASA Hubble Space Telescope view reveals Uranus surrounded by its four major rings and by 10 of its 17 known satellites.
A recent NASA Hubble Space Telescope view reveals Uranus surrounded by its four major rings and by 10 of its 17 known satellites.

Hubble Finds Many Bright Clouds on Uranus

A recent NASA Hubble Space Telescope view reveals Uranus surrounded by its four major rings and by 10 of its 17 known satellites.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Hubble Space Telescope (HST)
Spacecraft: Hubble Space Telescope
Instrument: Wide Field Planetary Camera 2
ID#: PIA02963
Added: 2000-08-24

Views: 10774

Hubble Finds Many Bright Clouds on Uranus

A recent NASA Hubble Space Telescope view reveals Uranus surrounded by its four major rings and by 10 of its 17 known satellites.

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This picture is part of NASA's Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus taken on January  24, 1986. The complexity of Ariel's surface indicates that a variety of geologic processes have occurred.
This picture is part of NASA's Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus taken on January  24, 1986. The complexity of Ariel's surface indicates that a variety of geologic processes have occurred.

Ariel at Voyager Closest Approach

This picture is part of NASA's Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus taken on January  24, 1986. The complexity of Ariel's surface indicates that a variety of geologic processes have occurred.

Target: Ariel
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00037
Added: 2000-06-02

Views: 6667

Ariel at Voyager Closest Approach

This picture is part of NASA's Voyager 2 imaging sequence of Ariel, a moon of Uranus taken on January 24, 1986. The complexity of Ariel's surface indicates that a variety of geologic processes have occurred.

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This color composite of the Uranian satellite Miranda was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 on January 24, 1986. Miranda, just 480 km (300 mi) across, is the smallest of Uranus' five major satellites
This color composite of the Uranian satellite Miranda was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 on January 24, 1986. Miranda, just 480 km (300 mi) across, is the smallest of Uranus' five major satellites

Miranda - Highest Resolution Color Picture

This color composite of the Uranian satellite Miranda was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 on January 24, 1986. Miranda, just 480 km (300 mi) across, is the smallest of Uranus' five major satellites

Target: Miranda
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00042
Added: 1999-08-30

Views: 6921

Miranda - Highest Resolution Color Picture

This color composite of the Uranian satellite Miranda was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 on January 24, 1986. Miranda, just 480 km (300 mi) across, is the smallest of Uranus' five major satellites

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View of Miranda showing light and dark banded scarps near the boundary of the banded ovoid and a deep graben that bounds the ovoid in this region.
View of Miranda showing light and dark banded scarps near the boundary of the banded ovoid and a deep graben that bounds the ovoid in this region.

Miranda

View of Miranda showing light and dark banded scarps near the boundary of the banded ovoid and a deep graben that bounds the ovoid in this region.

Target: Miranda
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
ID#: PIA02218
Added: 1999-08-24

Views: 4363

Miranda

View of Miranda showing light and dark banded scarps near the boundary of the banded ovoid and a deep graben that bounds the ovoid in this region.

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One wide-angle and eight narrow-angle camera images of Miranda, taken by NASA's Voyager 2, were combined in this view. The controlled mosaic was transformed to an orthographic view centered on the south pole.
One wide-angle and eight narrow-angle camera images of Miranda, taken by NASA's Voyager 2, were combined in this view. The controlled mosaic was transformed to an orthographic view centered on the south pole.

Miranda

One wide-angle and eight narrow-angle camera images of Miranda, taken by NASA's Voyager 2, were combined in this view. The controlled mosaic was transformed to an orthographic view centered on the south pole.

Target: Miranda
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
ID#: PIA02217
Added: 1999-08-24

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Miranda

One wide-angle and eight narrow-angle camera images of Miranda, taken by NASA's Voyager 2, were combined in this view. The controlled mosaic was transformed to an orthographic view centered on the south pole.

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Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites taken by NASA's Voyager 2.. From to right to left in order of decreasing distance from Uranus are Oberon, Titania, Umbriel, Ariel, and Miranda.
Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites taken by NASA's Voyager 2.. From to right to left in order of decreasing distance from Uranus are Oberon, Titania, Umbriel, Ariel, and Miranda.

Uranus - Montage of Uranus' Five Largest Satellites

Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites taken by NASA's Voyager 2.. From to right to left in order of decreasing distance from Uranus are Oberon, Titania, Umbriel, Ariel, and Miranda.

Target: Oberon
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01361
Added: 1999-08-20

Views: 6070

Uranus - Montage of Uranus' Five Largest Satellites

Montage of Uranus' five largest satellites taken by NASA's Voyager 2.. From to right to left in order of decreasing distance from Uranus are Oberon, Titania, Umbriel, Ariel, and Miranda.

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NASA's Voyager 2 took this wide-angle image of Uranus' rings as the spacecraft neared the plane of the rings less than an hour before closest approach to the planet.
NASA's Voyager 2 took this wide-angle image of Uranus' rings as the spacecraft neared the plane of the rings less than an hour before closest approach to the planet.

Uranus' Rings

NASA's Voyager 2 took this wide-angle image of Uranus' rings as the spacecraft neared the plane of the rings less than an hour before closest approach to the planet.

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01984
Added: 1999-06-30

Views: 5048

Uranus' Rings

NASA's Voyager 2 took this wide-angle image of Uranus' rings as the spacecraft neared the plane of the rings less than an hour before closest approach to the planet.

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NASA's Voyager 2 acquired this high-resolution image of the epsilon ring of Uranus on Jan. 23, 1986. This clear-filter image from Voyager's narrow-angle camera has a resolution of about 10 km (6 mi).
NASA's Voyager 2 acquired this high-resolution image of the epsilon ring of Uranus on Jan. 23, 1986. This clear-filter image from Voyager's narrow-angle camera has a resolution of about 10 km (6 mi).

Epsilon Ring of Uranus

NASA's Voyager 2 acquired this high-resolution image of the epsilon ring of Uranus on Jan. 23, 1986. This clear-filter image from Voyager's narrow-angle camera has a resolution of about 10 km (6 mi).

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01983
Added: 1999-06-30

Views: 6087

Epsilon Ring of Uranus

NASA's Voyager 2 acquired this high-resolution image of the epsilon ring of Uranus on Jan. 23, 1986. This clear-filter image from Voyager's narrow-angle camera has a resolution of about 10 km (6 mi).

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This silhouetted image of the rings of Uranus was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft on Jan. 24, 1986, just 27 minutes before its closest approach to the planet.
This silhouetted image of the rings of Uranus was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft on Jan. 24, 1986, just 27 minutes before its closest approach to the planet.

Rings of Uranus

This silhouetted image of the rings of Uranus was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft on Jan. 24, 1986, just 27 minutes before its closest approach to the planet.

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01985
Added: 1999-06-30

Views: 4713

Rings of Uranus

This silhouetted image of the rings of Uranus was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft on Jan. 24, 1986, just 27 minutes before its closest approach to the planet.

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This 'family portrait' of Uranus' five largest moons was compiled from images sent back Jan. 20, 1986, by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. Even in these distant views, the satellites exhibit distinct differences in appearance.
This 'family portrait' of Uranus' five largest moons was compiled from images sent back Jan. 20, 1986, by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. Even in these distant views, the satellites exhibit distinct differences in appearance.

Uranus - Family Portrait

This 'family portrait' of Uranus' five largest moons was compiled from images sent back Jan. 20, 1986, by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. Even in these distant views, the satellites exhibit distinct differences in appearance.

Target: Miranda
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01975
Added: 1999-06-22

Views: 7545

Uranus - Family Portrait

This 'family portrait' of Uranus' five largest moons was compiled from images sent back Jan. 20, 1986, by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. Even in these distant views, the satellites exhibit distinct differences in appearance.

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NASA's Voyager 2 returned this picture of the Uranus rings on Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles). All nine known rings are visible in this image.
NASA's Voyager 2 returned this picture of the Uranus rings on Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles). All nine known rings are visible in this image.

Uranus Rings

NASA's Voyager 2 returned this picture of the Uranus rings on Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles). All nine known rings are visible in this image.

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01977
Added: 1999-06-21

Views: 6157

Uranus Rings

NASA's Voyager 2 returned this picture of the Uranus rings on Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles). All nine known rings are visible in this image.

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Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 
close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.
Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 
close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

Uranus Moon - 1985U1

Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 
close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01357
Added: 1999-06-21

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Uranus Moon - 1985U1

Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

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This NASA Voyager 2 image of the Uranian rings delta, gamma, eta, beta and alpha (from top) was taken Jan. 23, 1986.
This NASA Voyager 2 image of the Uranian rings delta, gamma, eta, beta and alpha (from top) was taken Jan. 23, 1986.

Rings of Uranus

This NASA Voyager 2 image of the Uranian rings delta, gamma, eta, beta and alpha (from top) was taken Jan. 23, 1986.

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01981
Added: 1999-06-19

Views: 4396

Rings of Uranus

This NASA Voyager 2 image of the Uranian rings delta, gamma, eta, beta and alpha (from top) was taken Jan. 23, 1986.

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This Voyager 2 image of Miranda was taken Jan. 23, 1986, as the spacecraft neared Uranus. Miranda is the innermost of the five Uranian satellites known from Earth-based observations.
This Voyager 2 image of Miranda was taken Jan. 23, 1986, as the spacecraft neared Uranus. Miranda is the innermost of the five Uranian satellites known from Earth-based observations.

Uranus Satellite - Miranda

This Voyager 2 image of Miranda was taken Jan. 23, 1986, as the spacecraft neared Uranus. Miranda is the innermost of the five Uranian satellites known from Earth-based observations.

Target: Miranda
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01980
Added: 1999-06-19

Views: 6144

Uranus Satellite - Miranda

This Voyager 2 image of Miranda was taken Jan. 23, 1986, as the spacecraft neared Uranus. Miranda is the innermost of the five Uranian satellites known from Earth-based observations.

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Voyager 2 obtained this full-disk view of Uranus' moon Titania in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986, from a distance of about 500,000 kilometers (300,000 miles). Many circular depressions, probably impact craters, are visible in this clear-filter.
Voyager 2 obtained this full-disk view of Uranus' moon Titania in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986, from a distance of about 500,000 kilometers (300,000 miles). Many circular depressions, probably impact craters, are visible in this clear-filter.

Full-disk View of Titania

Voyager 2 obtained this full-disk view of Uranus' moon Titania in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986, from a distance of about 500,000 kilometers (300,000 miles). Many circular depressions, probably impact craters, are visible in this clear-filter.

Target: Titania
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01979
Added: 1999-06-19

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Full-disk View of Titania

Voyager 2 obtained this full-disk view of Uranus' moon Titania in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986, from a distance of about 500,000 kilometers (300,000 miles). Many circular depressions, probably impact craters, are visible in this clear-filter.

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The terminator region of Titania, one of Uranus' five large moons, was captured in this Voyager 2 image obtained in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986.
The terminator region of Titania, one of Uranus' five large moons, was captured in this Voyager 2 image obtained in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986.

Uranus Moon - Titania

The terminator region of Titania, one of Uranus' five large moons, was captured in this Voyager 2 image obtained in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986.

Target: Titania
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01978
Added: 1999-06-19

Views: 5945

Uranus Moon - Titania

The terminator region of Titania, one of Uranus' five large moons, was captured in this Voyager 2 image obtained in the early morning hours of Jan. 24, 1986.

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Voyager 2 has discovered two 'shepherd' satellites associated with the rings of Uranus. The two moons, designated 1986U7 and 1986U8, are seen here on either side of the bright epsilon ring; all nine of the known Uranian rings are visible.
Voyager 2 has discovered two 'shepherd' satellites associated with the rings of Uranus. The two moons, designated 1986U7 and 1986U8, are seen here on either side of the bright epsilon ring; all nine of the known Uranian rings are visible.

Uranus Rings and Two Moons

Voyager 2 has discovered two 'shepherd' satellites associated with the rings of Uranus. The two moons, designated 1986U7 and 1986U8, are seen here on either side of the bright epsilon ring; all nine of the known Uranian rings are visible.

Target: U Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01976
Added: 1999-06-19

Views: 4513

Uranus Rings and Two Moons

Voyager 2 has discovered two 'shepherd' satellites associated with the rings of Uranus. The two moons, designated 1986U7 and 1986U8, are seen here on either side of the bright epsilon ring; all nine of the known Uranian rings are visible.

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Taking its first peek at Uranus, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) detected six distinct clouds in images taken July 28,1997.
Taking its first peek at Uranus, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) detected six distinct clouds in images taken July 28,1997.

Hubble Tracks Clouds on Uranus

Taking its first peek at Uranus, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) detected six distinct clouds in images taken July 28,1997.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Hubble Space Telescope (HST)
Spacecraft: Hubble Space Telescope
Instrument: Wide Field Planetary Camera 2
ID#: PIA01278
Added: 1999-05-21

Views: 7383

Hubble Tracks Clouds on Uranus

Taking its first peek at Uranus, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) detected six distinct clouds in images taken July 28,1997.

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NASA's Voyager 2 took this image on January  24, 1986, showing Ariel's surface densely pitted with craters. Numerous valleys and fault scarps crisscross the highly pitted terrain.
NASA's Voyager 2 took this image on January  24, 1986, showing Ariel's surface densely pitted with craters. Numerous valleys and fault scarps crisscross the highly pitted terrain.

Ariel's Densely Pitted Surface

NASA's Voyager 2 took this image on January  24, 1986, showing Ariel's surface densely pitted with craters. Numerous valleys and fault scarps crisscross the highly pitted terrain.

Target: Ariel
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
ID#: PIA01534
Added: 1999-05-08

Views: 6682

Ariel's Densely Pitted Surface

NASA's Voyager 2 took this image on January 24, 1986, showing Ariel's surface densely pitted with craters. Numerous valleys and fault scarps crisscross the highly pitted terrain.

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Processing brings out Uranus' atmosphere in this image taken by NASA's Voyager 2.
Processing brings out Uranus' atmosphere in this image taken by NASA's Voyager 2.

Uranus' Atmosphere

Processing brings out Uranus' atmosphere in this image taken by NASA's Voyager 2.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
ID#: PIA01535
Added: 1999-05-08

Views: 7177

Uranus' Atmosphere

Processing brings out Uranus' atmosphere in this image taken by NASA's Voyager 2.

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A sliver of Uranus is seen by NASA's Voyager 2. This image was taken through three color filters and recombined to produce the color image.
A sliver of Uranus is seen by NASA's Voyager 2. This image was taken through three color filters and recombined to produce the color image.

Uranus

A sliver of Uranus is seen by NASA's Voyager 2. This image was taken through three color filters and recombined to produce the color image.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01391
Added: 1999-01-08

Views: 8268

Uranus

A sliver of Uranus is seen by NASA's Voyager 2. This image was taken through three color filters and recombined to produce the color image.

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This NASA Voyager 2 view of Uranus' moon Ariel's terminator shows a complex array of transecting valleys with super-imposed impact craters.
This NASA Voyager 2 view of Uranus' moon Ariel's terminator shows a complex array of transecting valleys with super-imposed impact craters.

Ariel's transecting valleys

This NASA Voyager 2 view of Uranus' moon Ariel's terminator shows a complex array of transecting valleys with super-imposed impact craters.

Target: Ariel
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01356
Added: 1998-12-05

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Ariel's transecting valleys

This NASA Voyager 2 view of Uranus' moon Ariel's terminator shows a complex array of transecting valleys with super-imposed impact craters.

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These two pictures of Uranus were compiled from images recorded by NASA's Voyager 2 on Jan. 1O, 1986. This view is toward the planet's pole of rotation, which lies just left of center. The image on the right is a false-color image.
These two pictures of Uranus were compiled from images recorded by NASA's Voyager 2 on Jan. 1O, 1986. This view is toward the planet's pole of rotation, which lies just left of center. The image on the right is a false-color image.

Uranus, towards the planet's pole of rotation.

These two pictures of Uranus were compiled from images recorded by NASA's Voyager 2 on Jan. 1O, 1986. This view is toward the planet's pole of rotation, which lies just left of center. The image on the right is a false-color image.

Target: Uranus
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01360
Added: 1998-12-05

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Uranus, towards the planet's pole of rotation.

These two pictures of Uranus were compiled from images recorded by NASA's Voyager 2 on Jan. 1O, 1986. This view is toward the planet's pole of rotation, which lies just left of center. The image on the right is a false-color image.

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Distinct bright patches are visible on Ariel, the brightest of Uranus' five largest satellites. NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this image Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles).
Distinct bright patches are visible on Ariel, the brightest of Uranus' five largest satellites. NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this image Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles).

Bright patches on Ariel

Distinct bright patches are visible on Ariel, the brightest of Uranus' five largest satellites. NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this image Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles).

Target: Ariel
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01351
Added: 1998-12-05

Views: 5297

Bright patches on Ariel

Distinct bright patches are visible on Ariel, the brightest of Uranus' five largest satellites. NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this image Jan. 22, 1986, from a distance of 2.52 million kilometers (1.56 million miles).

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