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Mannheim, Germany in Europe

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Mannheim, satellite image Featured Mannheim Print

Mannheim, satellite image

Mannheim, Germany, satellite image. Mannheim is situated in the state of Baden-Wuttemburg. The city has a population of around 320, 000 inhabitants and is situated on the delta of the River Rhine which flows northwards from bottom centre and the River Neckar which runs westwards from the upper centre. The city also has the second largest river port in Germany. Mannheim is the only German city which has a central area that is built on a grid pattern. Its main railway station is an important train junction and part of the ICE (Intercity Express) high speed train system


'Mannheim', c1872. Creator: E I Roberts Featured Mannheim Print

'Mannheim', c1872. Creator: E I Roberts

'Mannheim', c1872. View of the town of Mannheim, which sits at the confluence of the Rhine and the Neckar in Germany. A cargo ship is moored at the quayside. In the distance is the Jesuit Church, built in the 18th century. (It was badly damaged during the Second World War). From "The Franco-Prussian War: its causes, incidents and consequences", Volume II, by Captain H M Hozier. [William Mackenzie, London, 1872]

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Laser writing optical data onto adhesive tape Featured Mannheim Print

Laser writing optical data onto adhesive tape

Optical storage tape. Researcher observing a semiconductor laser (blue) writing data onto different layers of a roll of plastic adhesive tape. The laser is reflected by a rotating mirror (centre left) and focused onto specific points on the tape, altering the refractive index (RI) of the tape. By altering the RI at various points of the tape, information such as images, sound and computer data can be stored without the tape being unwound. This roll of tape can store up to 10 gigabytes of data. The device is being developed in Heidelberg, Germany, by the European Media laboratory (EML) in cooperation with the Mannheim University