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Images Dated 16th March 2005

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Domestic cat hair, coloured SEM Featured 16 Mar 2005 Print

Domestic cat hair, coloured SEM

Cat hair. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the hair from a domestic cat (Felis domesticus). Magnification: x370 when printed 10cm high

© POWER AND SYRED/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Animal, Biological, Biology, Cat, Coat, Fauna, Fibres, Fur, Hair, Keratin, Nature, Scales, Scaly, Scanning Electron Micrograph, Scanning Electron Microscope, Sem, Strand, Wildlife, Zoological, Zoology

Artwork of the Ariane 5 launcher with 2 satellites Featured 16 Mar 2005 Print

Artwork of the Ariane 5 launcher with 2 satellites

Ariane 5 rocket. Artwork showing a cut-away view of the European Ariane 5 launcher. Ariane 5 consists of a large first stage (lower 2/3rds of the central vehicle) flanked by two solid rocket boosters, with a smaller second stage (top 1/3rd). Inside the second stage can be seen a pay- load of two satellites. Most of the first stage is taken up by the vast liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen tanks, which feed the single Vulcain motor (bottom left). The second stage is powered by a DASA engine which uses storable propellants (dinitrogen tetroxide and monomethyl hydrazine). Ariane 5 may be used to launch satellites or a shuttle into orbit or for interplanetary missions

© DAVID DUCROS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Optical image of the Cone nebula in Monoceros Featured 16 Mar 2005 Print

Optical image of the Cone nebula in Monoceros

Cone nebula. True-colour optical image of the Cone nebula in the constellation Monoceros. The Cone is the dark intrusion into the red emission nebula at lower centre. The emission nebula is powered by a hot young cluster of stars called NGC 2264. The brightest star in the cluster iss or 15 Monocerotis (centre). Ultraviolet radiation from the cluster ionises hydrogen gas in the huge cloud of gas and dust, causing it to glow with the characteristic red/pink colour. This image was produced by digitally combining photographs taken by the Palomar Schmidt Telescope in blue and red light

© Celestial Image Co./Science Photo Library