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Soccer - Scottish Cup Semi Final - Celtic v Rangers - Parkhead Featured 1998 Print

Soccer - Scottish Cup Semi Final - Celtic v Rangers - Parkhead

Ally McCoist, Rangers

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Underside of Arecibo radio telescope Featured 1998 Print

Underside of Arecibo radio telescope

Arecibo radio observatory. View of the underside of the dish antenna of the Arecibo radio telescope, the world's largest. Built into a volcanic crater in Puerto Rico, Arecibo's dish is made of 38, 800 aluminium panels which reflect radio waves up to a receiving antenna suspended over it (at upper centre). The dish is 305 metres across and has an area of about 70, 000 square metres. The dish is so large it cannot be steered, and instead the antenna is moved over it to scan the sky. Arecibo can send and receive signals to examine planets and asteroids and also analyse Earth's upper atmosphere. Photographed after Arecibo's upgrade in 1997

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Optical image of the constellation Scorpius Featured 1998 Print

Optical image of the constellation Scorpius

Scorpius constellation. Optical image of the constellation Scorpius, the Scorpion. To the left are the bright star clouds of the central Milky Way. The head of the scorpion is made up of the vertical line of three white stars at upper right. To their left is the bright orange star Antares (Alpha Scorpii), which marks the scorpion's heart. The body and tail sweep towards lower left as a straggly line of stars, before curling upwards again to form the scorpion's sting, marked by the bright star Shaula (Lambda Scorpii). The scorpion's claws were once represented by the stars that now form Libra, out of the frame to the right

© JOHN SANFORD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY