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Images Dated 13th September 2005

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'Lighthouse from 1905 at Split Rock, Lake Superior, Minnesota' Featured 13 Sep 2005 Image

"Lighthouse from 1905 at Split Rock, Lake Superior, Minnesota"

Color photography, US, USA, U.S., U.S.A., United States of America, United States, States, America, American, North America, North American, exterior, outdoors, wilderness, nature, natural world, beauty, rural, landscape, panorama, panoramic, tourist, attraction, tourism, s, Lighthouses, 73068573

73068573, America, American, Attraction, Beauty, Color Photography, Exterior, Landscape, Natural World, Nature, North America, North American, Outdoors, Panorama, Panoramic, Rural, States, Tourism, Tourist, United States, United States Of America, Us, Usa, Wilderness

A curved display of bottles. Backlit The Lavinia wine shop in Paris. Probably the Featured 13 Sep 2005 Image

A curved display of bottles. Backlit The Lavinia wine shop in Paris. Probably the

The Lavinia wine shop in Paris. Probably the biggest wine shop in Paris, special temperature controlled section for wines that are fragile and must be stored at cool low temperature

© Per Karlsson / DanitaDelimont.com

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Giant Magellan Telescope, artwork Featured 13 Sep 2005 Image

Giant Magellan Telescope, artwork

Giant Magellan Telescope. Artwork of the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT), an optical telescope comprising 7 primary mirrors, each with a diameter of 8.4 metres. The mirrors combine to form a light gathering aperture of 21.5 metres which is reflected to a secondary mirror located above. The secondary mirror utilises adaptive optics to compensate for distortions from the Earth's atmosphere. This type of telescope design is known as a Gregorian system and will eventually be housed in a steel enclosure. The GMT will be located in northern Chile and is scheduled to be completed in 2016

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