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Images Dated 26th August 2005

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Greek Art. Delphi. View of Stadium, used for the Pythian Gam Featured 26 Aug 2005 Image

Greek Art. Delphi. View of Stadium, used for the Pythian Gam

Greek Art. Delphi. Archaelogical side in the Vallery of Phocis. Sanctuary of the Delphic Oracle of the good Apollo. View of the mountain-top Stadium, used for the Pythian Games. Central Greece region. Greece. Europe

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Ancient, Antiquity, Archaeological, Architect, Architectural, Architecture, Arqueology, Art, Central, Christ, Civil, Civilitation, Classical, Dephi, Europe, Exterior, Games, Geography, Gradin, Greece, Greek, Historical, History, Leisure, Monument, Old, Outside, Public, Pythian, Religion, Ruin, Ruins, Site, Sites, Spectacle, Spectacles, Sport, Stadium, Step

The Meteor of August 18, 1783, as seen from the East Angle of the North Terrace Featured 26 Aug 2005 Image

The Meteor of August 18, 1783, as seen from the East Angle of the North Terrace

XYC156353 The Meteor of August 18, 1783, as seen from the East Angle of the North Terrace, Windsor Castle, 1783 (w/c on paper) by Sandby, Paul (1725-1809); 31.8x48.3 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; English, out of copyright

© Bridgeman Images

Astronomical, Astronomy, Falling, Luminous, Maidenhead, Mzpainting, Night, Nocturne, Observing, Painting, Phenomenon, Shooting Star, Sky, Spectators, Watching

Partial phase of an annular eclipse (10/May/1994) Featured 26 Aug 2005 Image

Partial phase of an annular eclipse (10/May/1994)

Partial phase of the annular eclipse which occurred on May 10th 1994. The image was taken at 16:30 Universal Time (UT) when the Moon was occulting 47.2% of the Sun's disc. Annular eclipses occur when the Moon is near the farthest extent of its orbit around the Earth. As it appears smaller in the sky, it does not fully cover the solar disc during the eclipse, and a ring-shaped portion (annulus) of the Sun remains visible. When the Moon is nearer, it may completely obscure the Sun, causing a total eclipse. On average a third of all solar eclipses are annular

© DR FRED ESPENAK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY