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Images Dated 9th October 2001

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Choose from 51 pictures in our Images Dated 9th October 2001 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Hawaii, Maui, Hana Ranch Pasture Many Cattle Grazing Land, Orange Clouds Overcast Featured 9 Oct 2001 Print

Hawaii, Maui, Hana Ranch Pasture Many Cattle Grazing Land, Orange Clouds Overcast

Hawaii, Maui, Hana Ranch Pasture Many Cattle Grazing Land, Orange Clouds Overcast Hilltop With Cross In Distance

© Design Pics / Ron Dahlquist

Horse fly eye, SEM Featured 9 Oct 2001 Print

Horse fly eye, SEM

Horse fly eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the compound eye of a horse fly (Tabanus sp.). The eye is composed of numerous facets (ommatidia), each of which contains a lens. Beneath each lens are retinal cells, which send nerve signals to the optic nerve. Each ommatidium gives a tiny image of part of the horse fly's field of vision, resulting in a detailed mosaic image. Female horse flies feed on the blood of horses, humans and other large mammals. Magnification: x90 at 6x7cm size

© SUSUMU NISHINAGA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Planet orbiting Barnards Star Featured 9 Oct 2001 Print

Planet orbiting Barnards Star

Barnard's Star planet. Computer artwork of a hypothetical planet in orbit around Barnard's Star (lower left). Barnard's Star is a red dwarf star in the constellation Ophiuchus. It lies just under six light years from Earth, making it one of the closest stars to us. This planet is so close to the faint, cool star that its orbit has become locked. This means that one side of the planet always faces the star and the other side always faces away from it. This causes a large temperature difference on the planet, and an extensive ice cap (white) is seen on its dark side

© CHRIS BUTLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY