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Images Dated 25th October 2004

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PERU - Agriculture terraces, Machu Picchu Featured 25 Oct 2004 Print

PERU - Agriculture terraces, Machu Picchu

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PERU - Agriculture terraces, Machu Picchu
Francois Gohier
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Meteorite, SEM Featured 25 Oct 2004 Print

Meteorite, SEM

Meteorite. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a fragment of an iron meteorite. Iron meteorites (siderites) are remnants from the formation of the solar system which fall to Earth from space. This is part of the Nantan meteorite that fell to Earth in China in 1516. It broke up in the air and its fragments can be found over an area of 1000 kilometres squared. It is composed of 90 per cent iron, with 7 per cent nickel and at least 30 other minerals and trace elements

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Paris itinerary: London to Dover Featured 25 Oct 2004 Print

Paris itinerary: London to Dover

Paris itinerary. Map produced by Matthew of Paris (? - 1259) in the 13th century depicting the route of an imagined pilgramage to the Holy Land. This section shows the portion from London to Dover. Matthew of Paris was an English historian and monk who lived in the Abbey at St. Albans. This convent was one of the primary academic institutions of its day, and Paris was its historiographer. He wrote a history of the world, Chronica Majora, and a history of England, Chronica Minora. Taken from A Book Of Discovery by M.B. Synge (1912)

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY