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A demonstration of nearby planets, stars and galaxies.
Space probes and Mars rovers examine the structure of Mars and possible traces of life.
Venus is the 2nd planet from the Sun, the brightest object on the night sky (after the Moon).
The Kepler space telescope was launched by NASA to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars
The Earth's continents have been in constant motion during the history of the planet.
During its orbit around the Earth, the visibility of the Moon's illuminated part constantly changes.
Jupiter is the largest planet of the Solar System, it has two and a half times the mass of all the other planets combined.
The Voyager space probes were the first man-made objects to leave the Solar System. They gather data about outer space and carry information about humanity.
Possible traces of water and life are sought on Mars.
Mercury is innermost and smallest planet of the Solar System.
Neptune is the outermost planet of the Solar System, the smallest of the giant planets
The diameter of our galaxy is about 100,000 light years; it contains more than 100 billion stars, one of which is our Sun.
The Space Shuttle was a manned, reusable spacecraft operated by NASA.
Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System, easily recognisable by its rings.
Uranus is the 7th planet from the Sun, a gas giant.
Electrochemical processes in a lead-acid battery produce electric current.
The Global Positioning System consists of 24 satellites but only 4 have to be visible for positioning.
In 1946 a Hungarian scientist was the first person to detect radar echoes from the Moon.
By varying the position of the light source, you can examine the shades projected onto the planes of the coordinate system.
The largest satellite of Pluto is Charon.