This page allows you to browse the collection of 'Stamp' artwork that ships with Tux Paint, the award-winning open source drawing program for children, right in your web browser. It can be used by project volunteers helping translate the stamps' descriptions, or parents, guardians, and teachers, to view what comes with the collection, prior to installing it.
Note: If you want to download the stamps collection to install and use in Tux Paint, do that from the Download page!
|Preview||Path & Description||Sounds||Options|
The Apollo lunar lander module.
|Sound effect (.ogg)|
|space/ moon/ moon_3qt.png|
|space/ moon/ moon_crescent.png|
Our moon as a crescent.
|space/ moon/ moon_full.png|
The full moon.
|space/ planets/ 0_sun.png|
|space/ planets/ 1_mercury.png|
Mercury—the planet closest to the Sun.
|space/ planets/ 2_venus.png|
Venus—the second planet in the solar system—and the most inhospitable!
|space/ planets/ 3_earth.png|
The Earth. Our planet!
|space/ planets/ 4_mars.png|
Mars—the red planet. It’s just beyond earth.
|space/ planets/ 5_jupiter.png|
Jupiter—the largest planet in our solar system!
|space/ planets/ 6_saturn.png|
Saturn—the second largest planet in our solar system—and the one with the most rings.
|space/ planets/ 7_uranus.png|
Uranus—one of the “gas giants” in our solar system.
|space/ planets/ 8_neptune.png|
Neptune—one of the “gas giants” in our solar system.
|space/ planets/ 9_pluto.png|
Pluto—until recently, it was considered the 9th planet in our solar system.
An astronaut making a spacewalk!
A toy rocket.
The Voyager-2 deep-space probe.
To-Do: Display translated strings, too. Display links to descriptive sound files, and translated descriptive sound files.
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