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Images Dated 21st June 2006

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Buckyball molecule Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print

Buckyball molecule

Buckyball molecule. Computer artwork of a molecule of buckminsterfullerene (C60), a spherical fullerene and the first fullerene to be discovered (in 1985). It is named after the architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, who popularised geodesic domes of a similar shape. Fullerenes are a structural type (allotrope) of carbon. The molecular model here shows the spherical arrangement of the 60 carbon atoms in rings of pentagons and hexagons. The spherical fullerenes are sometimes referred to as buckyballs. As of 2006, research was being conducted into the use of fullerenes for medical purposes. Fullerenes are also being investigated for their physical and chemical properties


To match feature ENVIRONMENT CARBON Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print


The full moon sets behind a wind farm in the Mojave Desert in California, January 8, 2004. "Carbon neutral" schemes typically invest in non-polluting wind, solar or hydropower projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America to offset emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide released by burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil or gas.
Or they pay to plant trees, which soak up carbon by growing, or invest in renewable energy or energy-efficiency projects.
The aim is for governments, individuals or companies to prevent as much carbon emissions as they produce. Picture taken January 8, 2004. To match feature ENVIRONMENT CARBON REUTERS/Toby Melville BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE - GM1DSWKKYYAA

The Battle of Khartoum, 1885 (1900) Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print

The Battle of Khartoum, 1885 (1900)

The Battle of Khartoum, 1885 (1900). British forces commanded by General Garnet Wolseley were dispatched to the Sudan to relieve General Gordon, besieged at Khartoum. After travelling up the Nile they arrived two days too late to save Gordon

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