"This photograph shows our Sun on June at the time of an eruption. The source of the eruption glows brightly at lower right. Material blasted outward only to fall back onto the Sun’s surface." Credit: NASA / SDO / P. Testa (CfA) For wall
Mercury’s Caloris Basin in enhanced colors, showing different materials on the surface. The Caloris Basin is a huge impact site at the equator that created a wave that made it a mountain ridge 180 degrees on the other side.
Did life on Earth originate on Mars? In order to investigate this possibility, a team of researchers want NASA’s next Mars rover to probe the Red Planet’s surface for genetic material by analyzing soil and ice samples with a DNA-sequencing microchip
This image from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) shows the sun at PM EDT on July 2012 during an class flare. The image is captured in the 304 Angstrom wavelength, which is typically colorized in red and shows temperatures in the Kelvin range.