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Far, Far Away
Our star and its planets are a tiny part of the Milky Way galaxy. The Milky Way is a huge city of stars, so big that even at the speed of light, it would take 100,000 years to cross it. All the stars in the night sky, including our sun, are just some of the residents of this galaxy. Beyond our own galaxy lies a vast expanse of galaxies.

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Computer-generated image of Juno spacecraft at Jupiter.
  1. Go to Eyes on the Solar System - http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/eyes
  2. Choose your mission or destination
  3. Use the controls to pose the spacecraft, planet or moon like you want it.
  4. Take a screenshot (such as the one of Juno at Jupiter to the right).
    • In Windows 7, the snipping tool is very good.
    • In Windows XP, use "print-screen" key and paste into a photo editing program.
    • On a Mac, the "Grab" tool is great for screenshots.
More tips can be found here: http://take-a-screenshot.org/

Computer-generated image of Juno spacecraft at Jupiter.
  1. Go to Eyes on the Solar System - http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/eyes
  2. Choose your mission or destination
  3. Use the controls to pose the spacecraft, planet or moon like you want it.
  4. Take a screenshot (such as the one of Juno at Jupiter to the right).
    • In Windows 7, the snipping tool is very good.
    • In Windows XP, use "print-screen" key and paste into a photo editing program.
    • On a Mac, the "Grab" tool is great for screenshots.
More tips can be found here: http://take-a-screenshot.org/