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Images Dated 18th November 2004

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Yeti Featured 18 Nov 2004 Print

Yeti

Yeti. This mythical primate is said to live in the impenetrable thickets of the highest Himalayan forests. The earliest British report of a yeti was made in 1832 by the naturalist B. H. Hobson. He wrote about an apelike creature described to him by the Sherpas. In the 1920s, an international mania for mountaineering in the unknown peaks of the Himalayas led to more reports in the western press of the Yeti and resulted in the phrase Abominable Snowman'. The first photograph of a Yeti footprint was taken in 1937 but proved inconclusive. Despite numerous sightings, it is still not known if the Yeti is myth or reality

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More than two hundred children spent an enjoyable afternoon at the Childrens Christmas Featured 18 Nov 2004 Print

More than two hundred children spent an enjoyable afternoon at the Childrens Christmas

More than two hundred children spent an enjoyable afternoon at the Children's Christmas Party organised by Mrs Madge Clarke at the Park Lane Hotel in aid of the Dockland Settlements. Picture shows "Wait for the bang" Peta Carolyn Stocker (left) markes her sixth birthday today (Tuesday) by pulling a cracker with kilted Hugh Sawyer also six, of Crawley Downs, Sussex, at the party. - 16th December 1947

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Spiral galaxy NGC 7331 Featured 18 Nov 2004 Print

Spiral galaxy NGC 7331

Spiral galaxy NGC 7331. Spitzer Space Telescope infrared image of the spiral galaxy NGC 7331. This galaxy lies around 50 million light years from Earth in the constellation Pegasus. Notable in this image is the bright yellow ring of star formation around the galaxy's centre. The ring has a radius of 20, 000 light years and is made up of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), with enough material to form about four billion stars of the magnitude of our Sun. The three galaxies below NGC 7331 are about 10 times farther away. Wavelengths of 3.6 microns are coloured blue, 4.5 microns are green, 5.8 microns are yellow and 8.0 micron wavelengths are red

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