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Images Dated 19th January 2004

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The James Caird setting out for South Georgia Featured 19 Jan 2004 Print

The James Caird setting out for South Georgia

Photographer: Hurley, Frank (1885-1962. Expedition: Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-17. Leader: Ernest Shackleton. Date: 1914. The relief boat setting out for South Georgia. A group of men launching the lifeboat James Caird, into the sea from the shore of Elephant Island

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

JML03185 Featured 19 Jan 2004 Print

JML03185

Central common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) two, watching for fish from aerial roots of mangrove tree, Conkouati-Douli National Park, Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville), West Africa, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, Nigeria, and Congo, in rainforests and open woodland forests

© Jean-Michel Labat/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Electric light bulb Featured 19 Jan 2004 Print

Electric light bulb

Electric light bulb. Light bulbs produce light from a filament (centre), a fine coiled wire of tungsten, which heats up and glows as an electric current is passed through it. Tungsten is used due to its strength and high melting point (3410 degrees Celsius). The interior of the bulb contains an inert gas, usually a mixture of nitrogen and argon. Air cannot be used as the oxygen it contains would cause the tungsten to burn up immediately. Whilst in use, the tungsten filament gradually evaporates until eventually it breaks and the bulb must be replaced

© Lawrence Lawry/Science Photo Library