Here's (above) the surface of Iapetus, a moon of Saturn. Those blistered lumps are mountains but they look like little details on the surface of a cracker.
Another aspect of Iapetus (above). This is turning out to be one of the most interesting of Saturn's moons, but we only have a few pictures and there's no plans to go back anytime soon.
Here's the "Eight" nebula. You see a lot of ring nebulas with a string across the middle but nobody knows what it's doing there.
Three nebulas (above) which appear to have some influence on each other. The colors and shapes look like oil paintings on a canvas.
Here's (above) a crater on Mars, seen from the point of view of a wandering robot rover. The crater is the size of a sports stadium. Like all the pictures here, you have to click to enlarge
A Pluto probe took this picture of Jupiter's weather. Lots of interesting close-up detail.
Here's (above) a nova remnant that appears like a rectangle when you squint. Actually it's probably a hollow cylinder and we're seeing it from the side.
Some dark shapes (above) within a nebula.
An Earth-based picture (above) of The Milky Way.
Another nova (above), no doubt with a flower name.
A nova remnant (above).