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Images Dated 12th February 2008

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Torus universe, artwork Featured 12 Feb 2008 Print

Torus universe, artwork

Torus universe. Computer artwork of a universe shaped like a torus (doughnut-shaped). Some cosmologists believe that the universe could be this shape due to gravity warping spacetime. The observable universe would lie on the surface of the torus

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Art Work, Astronomical, Astronomy, Closed Universe, Cosmology, Curvature, Cut Out, Doughnut Shaped, Exploding, Explosion, Galaxies, Galaxy, Geometry, Hypothesis, Illustration, Model, Observable Universe, Physical Cosmology, Science, Space, Spatial, Star, Stars, Theory, Toroidal, Torus, Universe, Visible Universe

Koala - with young on back Featured 12 Feb 2008 Print

Koala - with young on back

BMD-189
Koala - with young on back
Victoria - Australia
Phascolarctos cinereus
Brian McDairmant
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Brian McDairmant/ardea.com

Adult And Young, Australasia, Australasian, Australia, Australian, Babies, Babies On Back, Baby, Baby On Back, Carrying, In Tree, Joey, Koala, Koalas, M Ammals, Mammal, Marsupial, Marsupials, Mother, Mother And Young, Oceania, Parenting, Victoria, Wild Life, Young

Roman signal station 24932_039 Featured 12 Feb 2008 Print

Roman signal station 24932_039

OLD BURROW, Countisbury, Devon. Aerial view. Roman fortlet and signal station overlooking the Bristol Channel near Lynmouth, Exmoor. Probably built in about 51 AD/CE to monitor sea traffic and as a beacon to pass messages along the coast. The active life of this facility probably lasted only a few years from shortly after the Roman invasion until the occupation of South Wales. The earthworks are still quite prominent

© Historic England