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Images Dated 23rd November 2004

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Mosaic of images showing one of Mars hemispheres Featured 23 Nov 2004 Image

Mosaic of images showing one of Mars hemispheres

Mars. Mosaic of images taken by the Viking I and II probes showing the globe of Mars. The image is centred on 90 degrees longitude and 0 degrees latitude. The equatorial band and the southern hemisphere of the planet are marked by heavily cratered areas whereas the northern hemisphere is occupied by vast, sparsely cratered plains. The south polar cap (white bottom) is believed to consist mainly of frozen carbon dioxide; the north polar cap is formed by a mixture of carbon dioxide and water ice. The Tharsis region (upper centre left) hosts many volcanoes (round features), the largest of which being Olympus Mons (centre left) with a diameter of about 540km

© US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

William Boeing, US aviation pioneer Featured 23 Nov 2004 Image

William Boeing, US aviation pioneer

William Boeing (1881-1956), American aviation pioneer. When Boeing left Yale University in 1903, he decided to enter the timber industry. During a business trip to Seattle in 1909, Boeing saw a manned flight for the first time, which started an interest in aircraft. In 1916, he founded the Pacific Aero Products Company. The following year, when America entered World War I, it was renamed the Boeing Airplane Company. In 1934, following the depression, the American government accused Boeing of monopolistic practices and was ordered to break the company into three seperate entities. Boeing retired from the industry the same year

© SCIENCE, INDUSTRY & BUSINESS LIBRARY/NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Charlie the swan is a regular visitor to Shorehams inn- The Rising Sun . Two years Featured 23 Nov 2004 Image

Charlie the swan is a regular visitor to Shorehams inn- The Rising Sun . Two years

Charlie the swan is a regular visitor to Shoreham's inn- "The Rising Sun".
Two years ago in the Shoreham Kent, a fox killed the parents of a young cygnet. So some of the villages cared for him and hand fed him. He was eventually put of the River Darent that runs close by and christened him "Charlie". and now three times a day he can been seen making his way to the local Inn "Rising Sun" where he is fed.
26 October 1957

© John Topham / TopFoto