Mt Rinjani is on the island of Lombok, in Indonesia. Lombok is just to the east of Bali. The crater of Mt Rinjani is filled with hot water, which is known as a caldera.
Jupiter is a gas giant. Although it is only one thousandth of the size of the Sun, it is more than twice the size of the rest of the planets in the solar system combined.
Jupiter has 64 known moons, though only four of them are of any significant size.
Two of these are in the photo above: Io and Ganymede.
Have you ever seen water so clear? What colour is this water? Aquamarine? Turquoise? Sea Blue?
This is in Zanzibar, an island which is part of Tanzania.
Spurs drew 0-0 against PAOK Salonika (Greece) in a Europa Cup game.
Spurs were lucky when PAOK missed a penalty kick, but PAOK were lucky when Harry Kane (in the picture above) seemed to be fouled by the goalkeeper, but no PK was given to Spurs.
It was a pretty good result for Spurs, especially because their team had mostly youth players, for example Kane is only 17.
The red panda (also known as lesser panda) is not a close relative of the giant panda. In fact it is in a family of its own.
These baby red pandas were born recently in a zoo in Germany.
Is this the Sun? No.
Is this Mars? Certainly not.
It’s the Moon. This is a moonrise, over Oxford, England. A red moon can often be seen at this time of year.
This must be one of the most spectacular sights on the planet. This is the Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Surfing is popular just off the coast of Asu Island in Sumatra, Indonesia, and when you can surf through a rainbow it is even better.
It’s not unusual for the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France to be struck by lightning. Click here to see a similar photo taken in 1908.
It takes ages to walk around that tiny, narrow crater.
Mt Fuji may soon become a Unesco World Heritage Site.