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Images Dated 25th May 2010

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US exploration of Mars, artwork Featured 25 May 2010 Print

US exploration of Mars, artwork

US exploration of Mars, artwork. Astronaut preparing to plant the flag of the United States of America (USA) on the Martian surface. Mars is a rocky desert world with no surface water and a gravity about one third of that on Earth. The atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide and surface temperatures are well below freezing. The thin atmosphere means that flags need to be rigid rather than made of cloth. Human missions to explore Mars have been planned since the 1950s, usually involving a period of 10 to 30 years to develop the necessary technology and resources. The most recent US plan, NASA's Constellation Program, had a Martian mission as its ultimate aim, but as of 2010 has an uncertain future

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Russia, The Golden Ring, Suzdal, The Kremlin, Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin Featured 25 May 2010 Print

Russia, The Golden Ring, Suzdal, The Kremlin, Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin

Russia, The Golden Ring, Suzdal, The Kremlin, Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin - 16th century

© Jane Sweeney /AWL Images Ltd

16th Century, Buidling, Cathedral Of The Nativity Of The Virgin, Christianity, Eastern Europe, Europe, European, Jai, Jane Sweeney, Relgion, Religious, Ru04250 Jpg, Russia, Russian, Russian Orthodox Church, Suzdal, The Golden Ring, The Kremlin, Travel Destinations

Neuve Chapelle - WWI Featured 25 May 2010 Print

Neuve Chapelle - WWI

Neuve Chapelle. Including a separate hand-written description as follows - Here enemy made a counter-attack (under cover of a mist) in mass formation. Were driven back by our men in trenches on left of road and practically annihilated by our machine (guns) in houses on right. Present line of Germans (May 16) under tall trees in middle distance.Probably taken from the German perspective, looking north-east, with the ruined Pietre Mill in the left foreground and with the British lines in the (rather truncated) distance. Captain Edward Handley-Read, Rba - Machine Gun Corps (1869-1935)

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library