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Last chance to see Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System

'A realistic, flyby tour of the universe. It's impossible not to be amazed.' - Wired

'Wonderful' - The Financial Times

'The very best, most dramatic of space images' - The Observer

This major space photography exhibition exploring our solar system is closing soon. Don't miss your chance to take a voyage through space and discover more about our planetary neighbours. Glimpse ice-covered seas on frozen moons, gas-giant planets with storms larger than Earth and volcanoes the size of Britain. Highlights from the exhibition include a world-first colourised image of Pluto, which reveals the mysteries uncovered when NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew by in July, and Enceladus - Saturn's sixth largest moon - spraying water into space from its southern polar region. Find out more in our film.
Closes 15 May
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How to photograph the night sky  
How to photograph the night sky
Read our top tips on astrophotography to capture the majesty of the galaxy using a simple camera.
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Eight ingredients for life in space  
Eight ingredients for life in space
By studying how humans, plants, animals and microbes survive and thrive on Earth, scientists have identified key ingredients that appear to be essential for life to evolve.
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Factfile: the Moon  
Factfile: the Moon
The surface of our Moon is speckled with cavernous valleys and deep craters. So why doesn't Earth have a similarly scarred surface?
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Exploring Martian mysteries in lceland's volcanoes  
Exploring Martian mysteries in lceland's volcanoes
Museum scientists Joe Michalski and Robin Armstrong explore Iceland's volcanic terrain to help understand Martian geology.
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Win a signed exhibition book  
Win a signed exhibition book
Take part in our space science Q&A by following us on Twitter and you could win an Otherworlds exhibition book signed by artist Michael Benson.
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 Join talks with Museum scientists  
Join talks with Museum scientists
Learn more about our solar system at fascinating free talks with space scientists, including Meteors: Caught on Camera, 23 April, 12.30 and 14.30 and Chasing an Asteroid, 15 May, 12.30 and 14.00.
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Eclipse of the Sun:
Credit: NASA, SDO/GSFC/Michael Benson, Kinetikon Pictures

Credit: AlexussK

Europa, An Ice-Covered Ocean Moon:
Credit: NASA; JPL/Michael Benson, Kinetikon Pictures

Mare Orientale:
Credit: NASA RPIF/ Michael Benson, Kinetikon Pictures

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