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Images Dated 30th March 2005

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Monument Valley seen from cave, Utah, USA Featured 30 Mar 2005 Print

Monument Valley seen from cave, Utah, USA

Monument Valley is a region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1, 000 ft (300 m) above the valley floor. It is located on the Arizona Utah border, near the Four Corners area. The valley lies within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation and is accessible from U.S. Highway 163

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Woodmouse eating a chestnut Featured 30 Mar 2005 Print

Woodmouse eating a chestnut

Woodmouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) eating a chestnut. Also known as the long tailed field mouse, this nocturnal mouse is found throughout Europe and is Britain's most common rodent. It lives in many habitats, including woodland and farmland, and feeds off invertebrates, berries, seeds and nuts. Woodmice are an important source of food for birds of prey, with the breeding success of owls often corresponding to the fluctuating population of woodmice. Woodmice produce complicated borrows and live communally off stored food in the winter


Artists impression of Yohkoh satellite Featured 30 Mar 2005 Print

Artists impression of Yohkoh satellite

Yohkoh solar X-ray astronomy satellite. Artist's impression of the US/Japanese Yohkoh ('Sunbeam') solar X-ray astronomy satellite in its orbital configuration. Yohkoh was launched into Earth orbit on 30 August 1991 by a Japanese M-3 rocket. There are two main instruments on the satellite: the Hard X-ray Telescope (HXT) for X-ray energies of 10-100 keV (thousand electron volts); and the Soft X-ray Telescope (SXT) for energies of 0.25- 3.00 keV. Both telescopes observe the entire solar disc. Yohkoh's main mission is to monitor and record high-energy events such as solar flares and sunspots in order to increase our understanding of the Sun's activity