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![The planets as Easter eggs][1] Just thought I'd share this fun little exercise. First, we need to get the textures to use. textures = ImageReflect[#, Right] & /@ EntityValue["Planet", "CylindricalEquidistantTexture"]; ...
![Plot of sea level over the last 2.5 millions years and its effect on European and U.K. Coastlines][1] The Pleistocene Epoch ended 12,000 years ago, making way for the Holocene Epoch which continues to today. During the peak of the last glacial...
**[Open code in Cloud][1] | Download code to Desktop via Attachments Below** --------------------------- ![enter image description here][2] On Feb 1, 2019, a meteor exploded over western Cuba in the area of Viñales where meteorites were...
![enter image description here][1] China successfully sent a lander and rover to the far side of the Moon. It landed within one of the largest impact structures in the solar system, known as the Aitken Impact Basin which is 2500km in diameter. You...
**[Open in Cloud][1] | Download to Desktop via Attachments Below** ![enter image description here][2] Later today, the New Horizons probe will flyby the tiny and obscure Kuiper Belt object known, unofficially, as "Ultima Thule". This object is...
**[Open in Cloud][1] | Download to Desktop via Attachments Below** ![enter image description here][2] On Nov 26, 2018, NASA landed the InSight lander on the surface of Mars. The planned landing site was 4.5°N, 135°E, within Elysium Planitia. At...
Nice approximation. I'm assuming you chose arbitrary initial positions for the moons and also ignored eccentricity and inclination? Trying to compute actual positions of the moons, taking into account perturbations, etc is quite challenging. Also,...
This is all we can handle at the moment. In the future we will add more support for astronomy. We are currently planning many updates to these areas, but we don't yet have a time frame for when they would be available.
[GeoElevationData][1] is typically used to explore elevation data from Earth, but it also includes lunar data in version 11.2. Below I have created a number of examples highlighting some of the more interesting areas of the Moon. I have chosen to use...
[![enter image description here][1]][2] **Full gallery:** https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeff-m-bryant/albums/72157686287351384 ---------- Here are [**some pictures**][3] of the aurora borealis I took last night from southwest Champaign...