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November Gallery

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Choose from 26 pictures in our November collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


10 Nov 1995 Featured November Print

10 Nov 1995

© DAVID NUNUK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Astronomy, Boat, Boat Wreck, Celestial Pole Star Trails, Cosmology, Pole, Rust, Science, Ship, Star, Star Trail, Star Trails, Star Trails Over, Stellar, Wreck

Old Map of Chester 1795 by John Stockdale Featured November Print

Old Map of Chester 1795 by John Stockdale

An interesting, very detailed, reproduction 18th century street plan of the City of Chester Engraved for and published John Stockdale, London 1795 for John Aikin's"A Description of the Country from Thirty to Forty Miles Round Manchester" The map covers from the Brewers Hall, River Dee and the Racecourse ( Roodee) to the west of the City to Flokersbrook Bridge, Horn Lane and the end of Foregate Street to the east . Main streets and buildings of interest, such as the Infirmary, the Castle & the Cathedral are also clearly named. Lower right is a reference key which further identifies many more buildings and streets

Visible Human Project: sectioned male body (side) Featured November Print

Visible Human Project: sectioned male body (side)

Male body sectioned. Side view of the male human body in natural colours, sliced through to show internal anatomy. This is part of the Visible Human Project. The brain is seen inside the skull; the tongue and nasal cavity are visible. Bones of the spine are separated by white discs; the spinal cord is seen. Muscles (brown) occur in the neck, back, leg and foot, and the thigh-bone (femur) is seen. Fat occurs in the skin around the abdomen and buttock. In the abdomen is the liver (brown) and digestive system (white). The Visible Human Project is a US project to archive both a male and female body. Each body is sectioned into slices. The project is for medical research and education

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY