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Images Dated 8th November 2005

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The last spectators are seen leaving the ground Featured 8 Nov 2005 Print

The last spectators are seen leaving the ground

The last spectators are seen leaving the ground. Preparation begins already for the next game by the maintenance staff and volunteers. Honorary stewards are seen treading-in divots seen in foregraound which have been removed during the match. Immediate attention such as this has a very beneficial effect in keeping the ground at the peak of perfection. Credit: Arsenal Football Club

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X-ray sources in M74, Chandra image Featured 8 Nov 2005 Print

X-ray sources in M74, Chandra image

X-ray sources (red) in the spiral galaxy M74, composite of optical and Chandra X-ray telescope images. The sources are mostly black holes. The largest source, at upper left, is designated an ultraluminous X-ray source (ULX). This unusual source is thought to be a black hole with a mass of around 10, 000 Suns. This lies in between the stellar mass black holes, at around ten solar masses, and the black holes at the centres of galaxies, with millions of solar masses. It is thought that such intermediate mass black holes form from the coalescence of stellar black holes, or are the cores of small galaxies. M74 lies some 32 million light years from Earth in the constellation Pisces. Image R670/195 is a crop centred on the ULX

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Harlequin LADYBIRD - Range of colour morphs Featured 8 Nov 2005 Print

Harlequin LADYBIRD - Range of colour morphs

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Harlequin LADYBIRD - Range of colour morphs
Harmonia axyridis
The Harlequin is a voracious predator and easily out competes our native ladybirds for food. This introduced alien threatens our 46 native ladybird species, as well as many other UK insects, including butterflies and lacewings. It comes in a range of patterns or colour variations (forms or morph). Originally from Asia, it was probably imported on flowers from Europe. The Harlequin problem started in North America, where they were thought to be an attractive biological control agent. H. axyridis is still being sold in the USA and continental Europe for pest control. It's numbers are increasing annually.
Steve Hopkin
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