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Images Dated 9th March 2005

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2005 British Formula 3 Championship Test Day, Snetterton. 22nd February 2005 Keiko Ihara (Carlin). In helmet/portrait. World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/LAT Photographic ref: 35mm Transparency Image Featured 9 Mar 2005 Image

2005 British Formula 3 Championship Test Day, Snetterton. 22nd February 2005 Keiko Ihara (Carlin). In helmet/portrait. World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/LAT Photographic ref: 35mm Transparency Image

2005 British Formula 3 Championship
Test Day, Snetterton. 22nd February 2005
Keiko Ihara (Carlin). In helmet/portrait.
World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/LAT Photographic
ref: 35mm Transparency Image

Outer layers of the eye, SEM Featured 9 Mar 2005 Image

Outer layers of the eye, SEM

Outer layers of the eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the choroid (top) and sclera (bottom) layers of the eye. The sclera is the white outer layer of the eye. It is composed of tough fibrous connective tissue and covers all of the eye except the cornea. It protects the structures within the eyeball and attaches to muscles that move the eye and maintain its shape. The choroid layer, which lies behind the sclera and in front of the retina, is highly vascular and supplies blood to the back of the eye. It is pigmented to absorb excessive light, preventing internal reflections that would form multiple images on the retina. Magnification: x26 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Soviet rocket scientists Featured 9 Mar 2005 Image

Soviet rocket scientists

Sergei Korolev (1907-1966), pioneering Soviet rocket scientist, with other scientists from GIRD, the Moscow Group for Reactive Motion. Korolev is far left. In the centre is one of their early rockets. After developing an interest in rocketry, Korolev formed GIRD who, in 1933, launched the USSR's first liquid-fueled rocket. It was powered by a gasoline and oxygen mixture, reaching a height of 400 metres and landing 150 metres from the launch site. After the Second World War Korolev worked developing rockets, both for space exploration and for military use. His most famous was Vostok 1, which carried the first man into space. Image taken in 1933 or 1934

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY