This image of the sun shows a very large sunspot. This particular sunspot is about six times wider than the Earth.

This image of the sun shows a very large sunspot. This particular sunspot is about six times wider than the Earth.

“The icy surface of Europa is shown strewn with cracks, ridges and chaotic terrain, where the surface has been disrupted and ice blocks have moved around,” according to NASA. - Courtesy of NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

“The icy surface of Europa is shown strewn with cracks, ridges and chaotic terrain, where the surface has been disrupted and ice blocks have moved around,” according to NASA. - Courtesy of NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

Pluto - The Pluto System - Solar System Exploration - NASA

Pluto - The Pluto System - Solar System Exploration - NASA

NASA: Neptuno es el planeta octavo y último del sistema solar

NASA: Neptuno es el planeta octavo y último del sistema solar

The surface of Neptune's moon Triton is so cold, the ground is made of frozen nitrogen. <a href="http://www.space.com/28903-living-on-triton-neptune-moon-infographic.html">See what it would be like for an astronaut living on Triton in this full infographic</a>.

The surface of Neptune's moon Triton is so cold, the ground is made of frozen nitrogen. <a href="http://www.space.com/28903-living-on-triton-neptune-moon-infographic.html">See what it would be like for an astronaut living on Triton in this full infographic</a>.

Chart speculates about conditions on Kepler-186f, a planet of another star.

Chart speculates about conditions on Kepler-186f, a planet of another star.

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Titan Seas Reflect Sunlight

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Titan Seas Reflect Sunlight

Titania, an airless moon of Uranus, is cold and its day is 84 years long. See what it would be like for astronauts on Titania in this Space.com infographic.

Titania, an airless moon of Uranus, is cold and its day is 84 years long. See what it would be like for astronauts on Titania in this Space.com infographic.

Living On Europa Explained: Humans Might Not Be First (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

Living On Europa Explained: Humans Might Not Be First (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

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