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This artist rendering shows the view from a hypothetical habitable exomoon in orbit around Jupiter- and Saturn-like worlds.

A hypothetical planet is depicted here moving through the habitable zone and then further out into a long, cold winter.

This is an artist's concept of a hypothetical 10-million-year-old star system. The bright blur at the center is a star much like our sun. The other orb in the image is a gas-giant planet like Jupiter.

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An artist's impression of a hypothetical exomoon in orbit around a planet in another planetary system (credit: Dan Durda)

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An artist's impression of a hypothetical exomoon in orbit around a planet in another planetary system (credit: Dan Durda)

New Horizons: Outbound For Jupiter Flyby KBO: Artist's impression of the New Horizons spacecraft meeting up with a Kuiper Belt object.

This artist's concept shows a simulated view from the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Europa's potentially rough, icy surface, tinged with reddish areas that scientists hope to learn more about, can be seen in the foreground. The giant planet Jupiter looms over the horizon.

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How the Moon Was Made: Lunar Evolution Explained (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

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This image was taken by Clementine as it came over the north lunar pole at the completion of mapping orbit 102 on 13 March 1994. The angular separation between lunar horizon and Earth has been reduced for illustration purposes.

Artist's illustration of NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.