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Images Dated 18th March 2005

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Mel-Airshow-Usaf F-15 Featured 18 Mar 2005 Image

Mel-Airshow-Usaf F-15

A member of the US Air Force ground crew walks across the wing of a F15 fighter on the first public day of the Australian International Airshow, in Melbourne 18 March 2005. The USAF contingent is expected to thrill crowds over the three public days. AFP PHOTO/Paul CROCK / AFP PHOTO / PAUL CROCK

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

Air Force, Airshow, Horizontal, Offbeat, Technician

Europe, Italy, Venice, St.Marks Basilica. Detail above door with statue of St. Mark Featured 18 Mar 2005 Image

Europe, Italy, Venice, St.Marks Basilica. Detail above door with statue of St. Mark

Italy, Venice, St. Mark's Basilica. Detail above door with statue of St. Mark and winged lion. Credit as: Bill Young / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Bill Young / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Arch, Architecture, Art, Big Cat, Bill Young, Danita Delimont, Detail, Door, Europe, Italy, Jaynes Gallery, Lincoln Peak, Lion, Ornate, Panthera Leo, Rf, Sculpture, Stone, Tourism, Travel, Venice, Window

Artists impression of surface of Titan Featured 18 Mar 2005 Image

Artists impression of surface of Titan

Titan. Artist's impression of the surface of Titan, the largest of Saturn's moons. Titan is the largest moon in the Solar System and the only one with a planet-like atmosphere. Its surface is hidden by a dense blanket of orange, methane-rich clouds, from which a continuous rain of organic compounds is thought to fall. There may also be seas of liquid methane and ethane on the surface, although the temperature (about -100 degrees C) is too low for liquid water. Scientists believe the mixture of organic compounds in Titan's atmosphere might mirror that of the primitive Earth, and could hold clues about the origin of life from simple organic compounds

© CHRIS BUTLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY