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Images Dated 17th May 2005

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Ludgershall Castle J990007 Featured 17 May 2005 Print

Ludgershall Castle J990007

LUDGERSHALL CASTLE AND CROSS, Wiltshire. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the castle during period 7B, the late 14th century, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

© Historic England

Aerial, Graphic, Medieval

Woman in traditional dress weaving using a backstrap loom (close-up of hands), Chinchero Featured 17 May 2005 Print

Woman in traditional dress weaving using a backstrap loom (close-up of hands), Chinchero

Woman in traditional dress weaving using a backstrap loom (close-up of hands), Chinchero, Department of Cuzco, Peru. (MR/PR)

© John and Lisa Merril / DanitaDelimont.com

Backstrap Loom, Chinchero, Close Up, Cuzco, Department Of Cuzco, Detail, Hand, Handicraft, John Lisa Merrill, Loom, Model Release, Model Released, Mr, Peru, South America, Traditional, Weave, Weaving, Wool, Yarn

Nanotechnology research Featured 17 May 2005 Print

Nanotechnology research

Nanotechnology. Researcher with a scanning beam interference lithography (SBIL) machine. This is used to create gratings and grids with structures on the scale of a few nanometres (billionths of a metre). The gratings created on this scale are used in astronomical telescopes such as the orbiting Chandra X-ray telescope and the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite. SBIL uses a laser beam to create the pattern on the target surface. This allows for very precise control over the pattern. The SBIL could have many uses in the future as a source of nanotechnological components for computers and machines. Photographed at MIT, USA, in 2002

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY