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Images Dated 26th October 2006

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Choose from 181 pictures in our Images Dated 26th October 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Leaves are coloured red in a vineyard near Ueberlingen Featured 26 Oct 2006 Print

Leaves are coloured red in a vineyard near Ueberlingen

Leaves are coloured red in a vineyard during a sunny autumn day near Ueberlingen at lake Constance October 26, 2006. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic (GERMANY) Also see image: GF2DVNNOYHAA - BM2DTUNRMCAA

Emperor Penquin - Two leaping from hole in sea ice after fishing trip Featured 26 Oct 2006 Print

Emperor Penquin - Two leaping from hole in sea ice after fishing trip

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Emperor Penquin - Two leaping from hole in sea ice after fishing trip
Snow Hill Island - Antarctica - October
Aptenodytes forsteri
Chris Knights
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Aptenodytes, Bird, Birds, Bother, Emperor, Fishing, Forsteri, Hole, Ice, Keywording, Leaping, Penquin, Sea, Trip, Wildlife

Sun with sunspots over four days Featured 26 Oct 2006 Print

Sun with sunspots over four days

Sun with sunspots over four days, from 2nd to 5th April 2006. Sunspots are dark regions on the surface of the Sun. They are seen moving from left to right due to the rotation of the Sun. They appear dark as they are cooler than the surrounding solar surface, although this is only an effect of contrast: they are still extremely bright in real terms. They are cooler due to the presence of tangled magnetic fields in the convective layer of the Sun, which usually brings hot plasma to the surface. The magnetic fields inhibit the convection, thus making the area cooler. Sunspots vary in frequency on an 11 year cycle, and 2006 was close to the solar minimum, or quietest part of the cycle

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