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Images Dated 9th October 2001

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Hawaii, Big Island, Kilauea Lava Flow Into Ocean At Dawn, Purple Smoke Blurry Motion Featured 9 Oct 2001 Image

Hawaii, Big Island, Kilauea Lava Flow Into Ocean At Dawn, Purple Smoke Blurry Motion

Hawaii, Big Island, Kilauea Lava Flow Into Ocean At Dawn, Purple Smoke Blurry Motion Kamoamoa Pahoehoe

© Design Pics / Ron Dahlquist

Altair planet Featured 9 Oct 2001 Image

Altair planet

Altair planet. Computer artwork of the molten surface of a hypothetical planet orbiting the star Altair (Alpha Aquilae, lower right). This is a white star that lies around 16 light years from Earth in the constellation Aquila. It has an extremely fast rotation, taking less than 10 hours to complete one rotation (compared to over 26 days for the Sun). This gives it an elliptical shape. The pale band running through Altair is a disc of gas surrounding it. A moon of the planet is seen in the sky at upper left

© CHRIS BUTLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Morning glory flower pollination, SEM Featured 9 Oct 2001 Image

Morning glory flower pollination, SEM

Morning glory flower pollination. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of pollen grains (orange) on the stigma of a morning glory flower (Ipomoea learii). The pollen grains, which contain male genetic material, have become trapped by the stigma's papillae (tiny projections, yellow). The stigma is part of the female reproductive structure (pistil), which is formed from one or more carpels. Each carpel consists of a stigma, a style and an ovary (not seen). If the female sex cells (ovules) in the ovary become fertilised by the pollen grains male sex cells, the carpel may ripen to produce a fruit containing seeds. Magnification: x150 at 6x7cm size

© SUSUMU NISHINAGA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY