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Images Dated 12th July 2005

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View of countryside near Isafjordur, Isafjarthardjup, Westfjords, Iceland Featured 12 Jul 2005 Print

View of countryside near Isafjordur, Isafjarthardjup, Westfjords, Iceland

Isafjarthardjup is a large fjord in the Westfjords region of Iceland. Its name translates as Ice fjord deep. Isafjorthur, capital of the Westfjords region, is situated close to the mouth of Isafjarthardjup. The north eastern coast is fairly straight with the only inlet being Kaldalon, but the southern side has fjords extending well into the land

© Ellen Goff / DanitaDelimont.com

open-uri20120929-31401-1qhoemu Featured 12 Jul 2005 Print

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1981 United States Grand Prix West.
Long Beach, California, USA. 13-15 March 1981.
Jean-Pierre Jarier (Ligier JS17-Matra) leads Keke Rosberg (#20 Fittipaldi F8C-Ford Cosworth), Hector Rebaque (#6 Brabham BT49C-Ford Cosworth), Chico Serra (Fittipaldi F8C-Ford Cosworth) Andrea de Cesaris (McLaren M29F-Ford Cosworth), a spinning Alain Prost (#15 Renault RE20), Marc Surer (#14 Ensign N180B-Ford Cosworth), Jan Lammers (ATS D4-Ford Cosworth), John Watson (#7 McLaren M29F-Ford Cosworth), Rene Arnoux (#16 Renault RE20) and Beppe Gabbiani (#32 Osella FA1B-Ford Cosworth).
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
Ref: 35mm transparency 81LB18

Image of a distorted Sun seen at sunset Featured 12 Jul 2005 Print

Image of a distorted Sun seen at sunset

Distorted Sun at sunset. A distorted solar disc at sunset, with a mirage forming below it. A mirage is an atmospheric phenomenon caused by the differential heating of layers of air. As air warms up, it expands, and this affects its refractive index. Light rays slanting down from a cool layer of air to a hot layer, such as one in contact with hot ground, will be refracted to a shallower angle. If the angle is sufficiently shallow, the light rays are refracted so that they appear to be reflected upwards

© DAVID NUNUK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY