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Earth’s Magnetic Field and Magnetosphere

Categories: Astronomy, Climate Change, Earth, Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Solar System, Space, Weather
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Earth Magnetic Field and Earth Magnetosphere by Bryan Brandenburg
Earth is surrounded by a magnetosphere, a region around an astronomical object in which phenomena are dominated or organized by its magnetic field and distorted by the solar wind. Read more


Categories: Astronomy, Exploration, Geopolitics, Solar System, Space
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3D Astronaut by Bryan Brandenburg
An astronaut is a person who travels into space, or who makes a career of doing so. In the United States, people who travel above an altitude of 80 kilometres (50 miles) are designated as astronauts. Read more

Lunar Rover on the Moon

Categories: Astronomy, Exploration, Solar System
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Lunar Rover on the Moon by Bryan Brandenburg
The Lunar Roving Vehicle or Lunar rover or LRV is a land vehicle for use on the Moon. Read more

“Frigate with XWing Escort”

Categories: 3D Art, Astronomy, Sci-Fi, Space
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Star Wars Frigate with XWing Escort
"Frigate and XWing Escort" by Bryan Brandenburg (3D Mixed Media) Read more

Rings and Moons of Uranus

Categories: 3D Software, 3D Unity, Astronomy, Solar System
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Planet Uranus with Moons by Bryan Brandenburg
Uranus has twenty-seven known moons. The first two moons (Titania and Oberon) were discovered by William Herschel on March 13, 1787... Read more

Jupiter and Moons by Bryan Brandenburg
Jupiter has at least 63 moons. The four large moons, known as the "Galilean moons", are Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. Read more