- NASA Cassini Cassini looks back at the Earth and snaps a picture of it through a backlit Saturn's rings
- ESA, NASA, JPL, U. of AZ, processed by Rene Pascal Descent! 25 km off the surface of Titan, the Huygens probe descends from it's mothership, the Cassini probe, seven years after leaving Earth
- NASA A stunning shot of the Carina Nebula, between 6500 and 10000 light years from us. This nebula includes Eta Carinae and HD 93129A, two of the most massive stars we have found so far in our galaxy
- NASA JPL, Texas A&M, Cornell Sunset on Mars. NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit looks out at the martian sunset on May 19, 2005
- NASA, Spitzer, JPL, Caltech NASA's Spitzer telescope, one of it's great observatories, flexing it's muscles in infrared. This shot in infrared features hundreds thousands of stars towards our galactic center
- NASA Hubble Galaxy M101, over 170,00 light years across, and estimated to have over a trillion stars, snapped by Hubble.
- NASA Cassini Mission Mysterious storm. The famous hexagonal storm on Saturn's north pole. Incredibly this weather pattern seems to have remained stable for decades, if not centuries.
- NASA Hubble A reflection nebula in Orion. Reflecting the light of a nearby star, this nebula's eerie glow is captured by Hubble in stunning detail.
- NASA Soho A solar eruption, captured by NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (Soho). A reminder of the mind boggling power of our parent star.