SuitSat space debris. The SuitSat (centre) is an unneeded Russian Orlan spacesuit, released into Earth orbit on 3 February 2006 by the crew of the International Space Station (ISS). The Earth is at left. The spacesuit was fitted with a radio that transmitted recordings made by schoolchildren to amateur radio operators around the world. A few weeks later the spacesuit entered the Earth's atmosphere and burnt up. The ISS orbits at a height of around 350 kilometres above the Earth's surface.
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Science Photo Library
The Science Photo Library provides professionals and individuals with fantastic medical and scientific photographs such as images of dinosaurs, human anatomy, marine life, physics and astronomic subjects. The menu to the right will allow you to refine your photographic search and help you find the perfect scientific picture. When you have you can have it reproduced in a number of ways including on canvas, framed or in large photographic format. You also have the opportunity to create a gift from it where your choices include mugs, t-shirts, key rings, fridge magnets and the like. These options are available on the individual image product pages.