'Beyond: Visions of Our Solar System,' an exhibition of 148 brilliant color and black-and-white photographs - images from space captured by unmanned interplanetary probes - will be on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. In addition, works by artist Michael Benson, which combine art, science and photography, will be on view in the second-floor Art Gallery. The exhibition is the result of Benson's research in the archives of NASA, the European Space Agency and other sources of space photographs. The artist processed and combined the images to create large-format composite views of planets and moons. Photos in the exhibition cover objects from the entire solar system.
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