Blues For Neptune

The icy surface of Triton, the largest moon in our solar system, reflects a bluish cast from Neptune some 350,000 kilometers away. The sun is depicted here as a discernable disk although the distance is over 30 Astronomical Units and the sun in reality would not appear as large as it does in this artist’s view.

This space art is not available for sale.

Credit:

NASA & ESA

About the Piece

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Author

Name:Frank Hettick
Location:Crooked River Ranch (near Bend), Oregon, USA
Website:http://www.skyhighgallery.com/

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