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Images Dated 10th August 2005

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Pyramid of Cestius. Rome. Italiy Featured 10 Aug 2005 Print

Pyramid of Cestius. Rome. Italiy

Roman Art. Pyramid of Cestius (Piramide di Caio Cestio). Ancient pyramid was built about 18 BC-12 BC. Tomb for Galius Cestius Epulo, magistrate roman. The pyramid was incorporated into the Aurelian Walls, and is close to Porta San Paolo (Porta Ostiensis), on the right. Rome. Italy. Europe

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A man relaxes on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro Featured 10 Aug 2005 Print

A man relaxes on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro

A man relaxes on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro August 10, 2005. Unseasonably warm winter temperatures have been the norm in Rio for more than a week, with temperatures ranging around 80 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius). REUTERS/Sergio Moraes Pictures of the month August 2005 SM/KS - RP6DRNAUXDAA

Composite time-lapse images of solar eclipses Featured 10 Aug 2005 Print

Composite time-lapse images of solar eclipses

Solar eclipses. Composite time lapse images of a total solar eclipse (upper), a beaded eclipse (mi- ddle) & an annular eclipse (lower). Solar eclipses occur when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun. An annular eclipse occurs when the Earth is close to the Sun & far from the Moon. The disc of the Moon appears smaller than that of the Sun, so a ring (or annulus) of the Sun's surface is visible. When the Earth is further from the Sun and closer to the moon, some of the annulus is blocked, causing a beaded eclipse. When the Earth is far from the Sun & close to the Moon, a total eclipse occurs with only the Sun's outer atmosphere (corona, white) being visible

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