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Original Caption Released with Image: During August 16 and 17, 1989, the Voyager 2 narrow-angle camera was used to photograph Neptune almost continuously, recording approximately two and one-half rotations of the planet. These images represent the most complete set of full disk Neptune images that the spacecraft will acquire. This picture from the sequence shows two of the four cloud features which have been tracked by the Voyager cameras during the past two months. The large dark oval near the western limb (the left edge) is at a latitude of 22 degrees south and circuits Neptune every 18.3 hours. The bright clouds immediately to the south and east of this oval are seen to substantially change their appearances in periods as short as four hours. The second dark spot, at 54 degrees south latitude near the terminator (lower right edge), circuits Neptune every 16.1 hours. This image has been processed to enhance the visibility of small features, at some sacrifice of color fidelity. The Voyager Mission is conducted by JPL for NASA's Office of Space Science and Applications.
Título original Liberado com imagem: Durante 16 e 17 de Agosto, 1989, o Voyager 2 a câmera de estreito-ângulo foi usada para fotografar Netuno quase continuamente, gravação aproximadamente duas e meia rotações do planeta. Estas imagens representam o mais completo grupo de imagens do disco cheio de Netuno que a nave espacial adquirirá. Este retrato da seqüência mostra duas das quatro características da nuvem quais foram seguidos pelas câmeras de Voyager durante os dois meses passados. O oval escuro grande perto do limbo ocidental (a borda esquerda) está em uma latitude de 22 graus ao sul e circuita Netuno cada 18,3 horas. As nuvens brilhantes imediatamente ao sul e leste deste oval são vistas para mudar substancialmente suas aparências nos períodos tão curtos como quatro horas. O segundo ponto escuro, a 54 graus de latitude sul perto do terminal (borda direita maissey baixa), circuita Netuno cada 16,1 horas. Esta imagem foi processada para realçar a visibilidade de características pequenas, em algum sacrifício da fidelidade da cor. A missão de Voyager é conduzida por JPL para o escritório da NASA da ciência e das aplicações do espaço.
Der Planet Neptun, aufgenommen von der Raumsonde Voyager 2 im August 1989

NASA-Originaltext zum Bild: Am 16. und 17. August 1989 wurde die Voyager 2 Flachwinkelkamera (narrow-angle camera) verwendet, um den Neptun fast ununterbrochen zu fotografieren. Dabei wurden etwa 2 1/2 Umdrehungen des Planeten aufgezeichnet. Diese Bilder stellen die umfassendste Reihe von "Full-Disk"-Neptun Bildern dar, die die Raumsonde aufgenommen hat.

Das vorliegende Bild zeigt zwei der vier Wolkenerscheinungen, die Voyager während der (damals) letzten 2 Monate beobachtet hat. Die große dunkle ovale Wolkenformation links am westlichen Rand liegt auf einer Breite von 22 Grad Süd und umrundet Neptun alle 18,3 Stunden. Die hellen südlichen und westlichen Wolkenränder des Ovals wechseln ihre Erscheinung erheblich in kurzen Perioden von etwa 4 Stunden. Der zweite dunkle Fleck, 54 Grad südlicher Breite im Südosten und nahe der Schattengrenze, umrundet Neptun alle 16,1 Stunden.

Dieses Bild wurde nachbearbeitet, um die Sichtbarkeit kleiner Details zu erhöhen, was zu einem gewissen Verlust an Farbtreue führte. (Die Voyager Mission wird vom JPL durchgeführt für "NASA's Office of Space Science and Applications")
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Puyi - Last Emperor of China

English: The last Emperor of China, Puyi of the Manchu Aisin Gioro clan, he was the twelfth and final ruler of the Qing Dynasty
Lietuvių: Paskutinis Kinijos imperatorius
Polski: Henryk Aisin Gioro Pu Yi
Русский: Пу И, последний китайский император
Svenska: Puyi såsom kejsar Xuantong
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Public domain This image is now in the public domain in China because its term of copyright has expired. According to copyright laws of the People's Republic of China (with legal jurisdiction in the mainland only, excluding Hong Kong and Macao) and the Republic of China (currently with jurisdiction in Taiwan, the Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu, etc.), all photographs and cinematographic works, and all works whose copyright holder is a juristic person, enter the public domain 50 years after they were first published, or if unpublished 50 years from creation, and all other applicable works enter the public domain 50 years after the death of the creator.
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