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746-91855 - Cimon della Pala seen from Passo Rolle. Pala mountain range (Pale di San Martino) in the dolomites of Trentino. Pala is part of the UNESCO world heritage Dolomites. Europe, Central Europe, Italy
746-91805 - Marmolada seen from Pas de San Nicolo, left Gran Vernel, right Ombreta. Marmolada mountain range in the Dolomites of Trentino. Dolomites are part of the UNESCO world heritage. Europe, Central Europe, Italy
1350-6296 - Bronze plaque pointing out mountain peaks seen from Dee Wright Observatory at McKenzie Pass in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, with North Sister and Middle Sister volcanic peaks in the distance.
1350-6261 - A common mediterranean jellyfish (Pelagia noctiluca) feasting on another mediterranean jellyfish (Neoturris pileata), rarely seen in shallow waters. This picture was taken during special event occurred on April 2019 in the Strait of Messina, when special conditions of weather, sea currents and moon phases brought close to surface a lot of pelagic subjects, including a few usually living very deep.
1350-6277 - Close up of the eggs of a common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) in an advanced state of maturation; the eyes of the small octopuses can already be seen. The mother takes care of the eggs, protecting and aerating them without stopping, not eating anymore after laying them, and dying immediately after hatching.
746-90294 - Sella mountain range and village Wolkenstein - Selva in the dolomites of South Tyrol - Alto Adige seen from Groeden Valley - Val Gardena. The dolomites are listed as UNESCO World heritage. Europe, Central Europe, Italy, October
1348-4612 - Middle East, True Colour Satellite Image. Middle East, true colour satellite image. North is at top. Vegetation is green, water is dark blue and bare ground, mostly desert, is yellow-brown. At centre is the Arabian Peninsula, mainly comprising Saudi Arabia, bordered on the left by the Red Sea and on the right by the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea (bottom right). Iran lies between the Caspian Sea (top right) and the Persian Gulf. To the right of Iran are Afghanistan and Pakistan, and to the left is Iraq. North-east Africa is at lower left. The Nile delta (green) of Egypt is clearly seen draining into the Mediterranean Sea (upper left). This image was compiled from data acquired by LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites.
1348-4617 - Globe Oceania, True Colour Satellite Image. Earth. True colour satellite image of the Earth, centred on the region of Oceania. North is at top. Water is blue, vegetation is green, arid areas are brown, and snow and ice are white. Both land and ocean floor topography are shown. Shallow coastal waters are light blue. Oceania consists of small islands scattered around the western Pacific Ocean. Archipelago (centre left). Australia (lower left), New Zealand (lower right), part of mainland Asia (top left), the Mala and Antarctica (bottom centre), are also seen. Deserts are seen in the Australian interior, and tropical forests along the Australian coast and in the islands of the Malay Archipelago. The image used data from LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites. Print size 42x42cm.
1348-3459 - Reportage at the Neuroimaging research centre in Pitie Salpetriere hospital in Paris, France. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) platform. MEG detects variations in the brain's magnetic field during various types of cerebral activity. It studies normal and abnormal brain function. Recording the magnetic field produced by neuronal currents requires ultra sensitive sensors called SQUIDs (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device). The 306 sensors spread over 102 areas allow both near and far magnetic fields to be measured, and the brain's deep structures to be 'seen'.
1348-4588 - Galapagos Archipelago, Ecuador, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of the Galapagos islands, province of Ecuador, located in the Pacific Ocean, more than 1000 km from the coast. Five major islands are to be seen from West to East : Fernandina, Isabela (the largest and the most volcanically active islands, with Mount Darwin), San Salvador, Santa Cruz and San Cristobal. Image using LANDSAT data.
1348-4583 - Hawooi And Kikori Deltas, Papua New Guinea, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of the deltas of the rivers Hawooi (left) and Kikori (right). They are the major deltas of the West coast of the Papua Gulf. The dark green area shows a vast swamp plain. Complex patterns and colours can be seen in the water depending on the depth of the sea and suspended solids in the water. Image taken on 31 October 1988 using LANDSAT data.
1348-4615 - Globe South Pole, True Colour Satellite Image. Earth. True colour satellite image of the Earth, centred on Antarctica. The South Pole is at centre. Antarctica is a frozen continent, permanently covered in snow and ice. Surrounding Antarctica are the waters of the Southern Ocean, mixing with the Atlantic Ocean (upper centre), the Pacific Ocean (lower left) and the Indian Ocean (centre right). Around the edge of the hemisphere is New Zealand (lower centre), Australia (lower right), and the southern parts of Africa (upper right, the island of Madagascar is also seen) and South America (upper left). The image used data from LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites. Print size 42x42cm.
1348-4589 - Bissagos Archipelago, Guinea-Bissau, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of Guinea-Bissau, a small country in West Africa. Complex patterns can be seen in the shallow waters along its coastline, where silt carried by the Geba and other rivers washes out into the Atlantic Ocean. Image taken on February 2002 using LANDSAT data.
1348-4467 - Niger River Delta, Nigeria, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of the Niger River Delta in Nigeria, Africa. The city of Lagos, the second most populous city in Africa, is to be seen west of the Niger River Delta on the Atlantic coast in the Gulf of Guinea.Composite image using LANDSAT 5 data.
1348-4591 - The Alps, Europe, True Colour Satellite Image. The Alps, seen from space. Mosaic of satellite images of the Alps, using LANDSAT data. It is the major mountain range of Europe. The countries seen here are Switzerland (centre left) and Austria (centre right) with the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein in between. The countries at the edges of the frame are (from left, clockwise): France, Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Hungary, the former Yugoslavia (now Slovenia and part of Croatia) and Italy. Inside Italy is the tiny republic of San Marino.
1348-4463 - Shatt Al-Arab, Middle East, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of Shatt al-Arab Delta, in the Middle East. Shatt al-Arab is a river formed by the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris rivers. It flows into the Persian Gulf. Its southern end constitutes the border between Iraq and Iran. The northern part of Kuwait is to be seen at the bottom of the image. Composite image using LANDSAT 7 data.
1348-4619 - Globe South America, True Colour Satellite Image. Earth. True colour satellite image of the Earth, centred on South America. North is at top. Water is blue, vegetation is green, arid areas are brown, and snow and ice are white. Both land and ocean floor topography are shown. The terrain of South America is marked by the Andes mountains along the western coast, tropical rainforests (dark green) in the Amazon river basin in the north, and swamps and plains (lighter green) in the south. Surrounding South America (clockwise from upper left) is North America and the Caribbean islands, the Atlantic Ocean (right) and the Pacific Ocean (left). Parts of Greenland, Europe, Africa and Antarctica are also seen on the edges of the globe. The image used data from LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites. Print size 42x42cm.
1348-3456 - Reportage at the Neuroimaging research centre in Pitie Salpetriere hospital in Paris, France. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) platform. MEG detects variations in the brain's magnetic field during various types of cerebral activity. It studies normal and abnormal brain function. Recording the magnetic field produced by neuronal currents requires ultra sensitive sensors called SQUIDs (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device). The 306 sensors spread over 102 areas allow both near and far magnetic fields to be measured, and the brain's deep structures to be 'seen'.
1116-51077 - A male cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) jumps down from the diagonal trunk of a tree. He has brown fur covered with black spots, and in the background can be seen a line of trees, Serengeti National Park; Mara Region, Tanzania
1116-52157 - A beautiful sunset in the Tongariro National Park. The volcanic Mount Doom (Mount Ngauruhoe) can be seen in the background, with a roadside sign in the foreground; Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand
1113-107207 - Aerial view of the waterfalls at Iguazu Falls seen through the window of a helicopter with cockpit instruments in the foreground, Iguazu National Park, Parana, Brazil, South America
860-289936 - Bee hunting seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
860-289937 - Smoked the bee hunt seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
860-289935 - Bee hunting seen from below, it allows an easier harvest because once the bees are locked in the brood, the harvest of the supers becomes a simpler and less stressful operation for the bees, around Cluny, France
1350-2964 - Bronze plaque pointing out mountain peaks seen from Dee Wright Observatory at McKenzie Pass in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, with North Sister and Middle Sister volcanic peaks in the distance.
685-2031 - The Port of Liverpool Building, one of the Three Graces, as seen from the new Leeds Liverpool Canal link, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe
1341-196 - Bell tower of the Convento de San Francisco as seen from the Museo Historico in Trinidad, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, West Indies, Central America
832-393231 - Medieval old town, Cite de Carcassonne fortress, UNESCO World Heritage Site, seen from the Belvedere d'Auriac rest area on the A61 motorway, Aude department, Occitanie region, southern France, France, Europe
1350-43 - The 13.7-day-old Moon (a day before Full) with the south polar region tipped toward us in a favourable libration for viewing the southern regions and features. This was April 6, 2020. The large crater, Bailly, is on the southern limb, better seen here than at most similar phases, due to the favourable southern libration.
1350-44 - The 13.7-day-old Moon (a day before Full) with the south polar region tipped toward us in a favourable libration for viewing the southern regions and features. This was April 6, 2020. The large crater, Bailly, is on the southern limb, better seen here than at most similar phases, due to the favourable southern libration.
1350-83 - A panorama of the 7-day-old first quarter Moon on March 13, 2019, showing the full disk and extent of incredible detail along the terminator, the dividing line between the day and night sides of the Moon where the Sun is rising as seen from the surface of the Moon. Note the tiny points of light at the centres of some of the craters (particularly Alphonsus and Arzachel below centre) in the Southern Highlands from sunlight just catching the central peaks of those craters. At top in the north the slash of the Alpine Valley is obvious as well as the curve of the Apennine Mountains.