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Images Dated 7th February 2005

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France. Battle of Moncontour, 1569 Featured 7 Feb 2005 Print

France. Battle of Moncontour, 1569

Battle of Moncontour, 3 October 1569, between the Catholic forces of king Charles IX of France and the Huguenots during the Third War (1568-1570) of the French Wars of Religion. Engraving. Colored

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Martian landscape and Sun, artwork Featured 7 Feb 2005 Print

Martian landscape and Sun, artwork

Martian landscape. Artwork of a typical Martian landscape with a boulder in the foreground and Sun in the sky. Mars is a rocky desert world with no surface water. The orange colour of the rocks is due to a high content of iron oxides. Rocks such as the one in the image are thought to have been deposited by ancient water floods. The Martian atmosphere, less dense than Earth's, is mostly carbon dioxide. Surface temperatures are well below freezing. The gravity is about one third of that on Earth

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Models representing chemical molecules Featured 7 Feb 2005 Print

Models representing chemical molecules

Molecule. Two models which represent the arrangement of atoms in a chemical molecule. At centre is a ball and stick arrangement. The balls represent the atoms which make up the molecule and the sticks represents the bonds which hold them together. The clusters at centre right and bottom left are similar representations except that the chemical bonds are not represented. The balls are different colours representing the different atoms in the molecule

© TEK IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY