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Images Dated 2008 July

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Earthrise over Moon from Apollo 8 Featured July Print

Earthrise over Moon from Apollo 8

Earthrise from the Moon. This photograph was taken during the Apollo 8 mission of 21-27 December 1968. The lunar horizon is about 570km from the spacecraft, whilst the Earth is 384,000km distant. In this view, the Earth is seen with the South Pole as the white patch at the left end of the terminator. Part of the west coast of Africa may be seen at the right end of the terminator, North and South America being hidden by cloud at the top of the disc. The lunar terrain in the foreground is near the eastern limb of the Moon, as viewed from Earth

© Nasa/Science Photo Library

22 Jul 2008 Featured July Print

22 Jul 2008

© LAGUNA DESIGN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Illustration of the anatomy of the human ear Featured July Print

Illustration of the anatomy of the human ear

Illustration of the anatomy of the human ear. Sound waves are collected by the ear pinna (at left) and pass down an auditory canal to strike the eardrum (centre, white). Vibrations are trans- mitted via three tiny ear bones (malleus, incus & stapes) into fluid-filled structures of the inner ear (at centre right). Three coils of the semi- circular canals detect balance and body orien- tation. While in the cochlea (blue), tiny hair cells are sensitive to vibrations of the cochlear fluid and these activate nerves (yellow) which connect to the brain. Thus, a sense of hearing results from the conduction of sound waves through air, bone and fluid in the ear

© David Gifford/Science Photo Library