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A herd of dinosaurs, all from the family Hadrosauridae including 2 parasaurolophus (left), 2 lambeosaurs (in the pool to the right), & 4 corythosaurs (centre foreground).
Illustration by John Sibbick.   Tyrannosaurus rex charging. These dinosaurs were large bipedal carnivores that lived 67 to 65 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period. Their fossils have been discovered in North America.
Illustration by John Sibbick.
55471 Dino's in Stream   55472 Tyrannosaurus Rex
Illustration of Baryonyx based on fossil evidence from Surrey, UK which dates back 125 million years, with polacanthus on the far shore and brachiosaurids in the distance. Illustration by John Sibbick.   Tendaguru Dinosaurs. Illustration by John Sibbick
55473 Baryonyx Walkeri   55474 Kentrosaurus
Pterosaur criorhynchus, an extinct flying reptile snatching a fish from the jaws of Elasmosaurus, a giant plesiosaur, a marine reptile. Both from the Cretaceous period. Illustration by John Sibbick.   Ceratosaurus overlooks a herd of Apatosaurus. Ceratosaurus was a large powerful predator with long curved fangs. Apatosaurus was one of the largest herbivores growing to 21 metres in length.
Illustration by John Sibbick.
55475 Elasmosaurus   55476 Ceratosaurus
  A herd of dinosaurs, all from the family Hadrosauridae including 2 parasaurolophus (left), 2 lambeosaurs (in the pool to the right), & 4 corythosaurs (centre foreground).
Illustration by John Sibbick.
55401 Tyrannosaurus Rex   55494 Homo Heidelbergensis hunting
Artwork of the nine planets orbiting the Sun (yellow). The planetary orbits are shown as blue lines. Distances and sizes are not to scale. In their order from the Sun, the planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars (the small, rocky inner planets), Jupiter (lower left), Saturn (lower right), Uranus, Neptune (the outer gas giant planets) and Pluto (a small planet of rock and ice). The latter three are across top. The asteroid belt (between Mars and Jupiter) is also seen, and the Milky Way, the galaxy of which the Sun is a part, runs down the background at right.  
55465 Solar System   55631 Solar System
International Space Station (ISS) orbiting above the Earth. The solar panels provide the ISS with power. The ISS is a joint effort between NASA, the European Space agency (ESA), the Russian space agency, Canada, Japan and Brazil. It orbits at an altitude of 350 kilometres and when completed will be over 100 metres in length. It has been manned since October 2000. Photographed from the Space Shuttle Endeavour, during the STS- 108 mission, between 5th and 17th December 2001.   Hubble Telescope servicing. Astronaut performs an ExtraVehicular Activity (EVA or "spacewalk") during a space shuttle mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The astronaut is working near the foot restraint of the robotic arm (the Remote Manipulator System or RMS) that was used to capture the HST from orbit. Photographed from the cargo bay of the Discovery shuttle during mission STS-82 (11-21 February 1997). This mission was the second to service the HST since its launch in 1990. During the servicing, improved instruments were added and some aging components were replaced. The shuttle also lifted the HST into a slightly higher orbit.
55467 Int. Space Station   55468 Hubble Space Telescope
Cassini spacecraft. Computer artwork of the Cassini spacecraft over Titan, one of the moons of the ringed planet Saturn (centre left). The image shows Cassini after it has just released the Huygens probe (not seen here) into Titan's atmosphere. It is firing its retro-rocket (far right) in order to slow itself down and enter Saturn's orbit. Cassini will orbit Saturn for four years, and will study the planet, its rings, and its moons. It was launched in October 1997. The Huygens probe will entered Titan's atmosphere in November 2004. It carried instruments down to Titan and send data back to Earth for up to 30 minutes.
55469 Cassini Project 55231
55526 Deathmask of Tutanchamun 55575 Bust of Nefertiti
Apollo 15 photograph of Commander James B. Irwin standing next to the US flag & saluting at the Hadley-Apennine landing site. In the background is the peak of Hadley Delta. The Lunar Module "Falcon" can be seen in the centre of the photo, with the Lunar Roving Vehicle at right. Apollo 15 was launched on 26 July, 1971.
55466 Apollo 15 Moonlanding
The most exciting stereoviewer you have ever seen!
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21-09-2013
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