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Antenna Collection

"Exploring the Intricacies of Antennas: From Honey Bees to Spacecraft" Buzzing with Sensory Wonders

Background imageAntenna Collection: Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section

Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section

Background imageAntenna Collection: Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Praying Mantis - Magnification x 30 (if print A4 size: 29)

Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Praying Mantis - Magnification x 30 (if print A4 size: 29. 7 cm wide)
LRDS-392 Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Praying Mantis Magnification x 30 (if print A4 size: 29.7 cm wide) Mantis religiosa David Spears (Last Refuge)

Background imageAntenna Collection: Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and and its moon Titan

Background imageAntenna Collection: Cassini-Huygens probe at Saturn, artwork

Cassini-Huygens probe at Saturn, artwork

Background imageAntenna Collection: Ant, SEM

Ant, SEM
Ant. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an ant (family Formicidae). One of its compound eyes (red) is seen, as well as two long antennae that are mounted on the head between the eyes

Background imageAntenna Collection: Culex mosquito, SEM

Culex mosquito, SEM
Culex mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Culex sp. mosquito. The mosquitos head is dominated by its large compound eyes (brown spheres)

Background imageAntenna Collection: Underside of Arecibo radio telescope

Underside of Arecibo radio telescope
Arecibo radio observatory. View of the underside of the dish antenna of the Arecibo radio telescope, the worlds largest. Built into a volcanic crater in Puerto Rico, Arecibos dish is made of 38

Background imageAntenna Collection: Lovell radio telescope

Lovell radio telescope. This large radio telescope dish is located at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire, UK. It has a diameter of 76 metres

Background imageAntenna Collection: Red-barbed ant, SEM

Red-barbed ant, SEM
Red-barbed ant (Formica rufibarbis), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This ant is common in mainland Europe, but rare in the UK

Background imageAntenna Collection: Honey bee, SEM

Honey bee, SEM
Honey bee (Apis mellifera), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). The head and one of the two compound eyes is at lower left

Background imageAntenna Collection: Head of a honey bee, SEM

Head of a honey bee, SEM
Head of a honey bee (Apis mellifera), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). The compound eyes (one seen) are either side of the antennae

Background imageAntenna Collection: stick, wild, wildlife, creepy, crawly, legs, closeup, macro, habitat, fauna, trees

stick, wild, wildlife, creepy, crawly, legs, closeup, macro, habitat, fauna, trees, close, up, natural, antenna, phasmatodea, outdoor, australian, life, beautiful, green, background, one, bug

Background imageAntenna Collection: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micro- graph (SEM) of an unidentified moths antenna. It is covered in tiny sensory hairs and sense organs that sense movement and smell

Background imageAntenna Collection: Apollo 16 lunar rover, artwork

Apollo 16 lunar rover, artwork
Apollo 16 lunar rover. Artwork of the US astronaut John Watts Young (born 1930) driving a lunar rover on a performance test run on the Moons surface

Background imageAntenna Collection: A large antenna operated at Deep Space Station 41 in Australia

A large antenna operated at Deep Space Station 41 in Australia
This 26 meter (85 foot) antenna operated in Woomera (Island Lagoon), Australia at Deep Space Station (DSS) 41, established in August 1960

Background imageAntenna Collection: WW2 - British Majorcoats and Khassadars at Chitral

WW2 - British Majorcoats and Khassadars at Chitral
WW2 - British Soldiers (one on radio - far left) with Khassadars of North Waziristan, at Chitral (then Northern India, now Pakistan), close to the border with Afghanistan. Date: circa 1940

Background imageAntenna Collection: Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0699

Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0699
Fruit fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a fruit fly (Drosophila busckii). Its two compound eyes (red) are seen on either side of the head

Background imageAntenna Collection: Fire ant

Fire ant
Watercolour 405 by the Port Jackson Painter, entitled Mong, from the Watling Collection

Background imageAntenna Collection: The HMS Collingwood and seaplane

The HMS Collingwood and seaplane
The HMS Collingwood with a seaplane flying overhead. A St Vincent Class Dreadnought Battleship, launched in 1908, commissioned in 1910 and scrapped in 1922

Background imageAntenna Collection: Asian giant hornet head

Asian giant hornet head
Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia), close-up of the head. This is the worlds largest hornet, found in temperate and tropical Eastern Asia

Background imageAntenna Collection: Policeman riding a Triumph motorcyle

Policeman riding a Triumph motorcyle
A police rider turning a corner on his Triumph motorcycle, fitted with white legshields and a front numberplate (denoting this picture is pre-1975)

Background imageAntenna Collection: Dragonfly head C018 / 2394

Dragonfly head C018 / 2394
Dragonfly head. Close-up of the head of a dragonfly (order Odonata), showing its large compound eyes (left and right). Each compound eye is made up of numerous simple eyes called ommatidia

Background imageAntenna Collection: Blackfly antenna

Blackfly antenna
Scanning electron microscope image of a blackfly antenna (x 350). These long sensory organs feel and taste objects as well as sensing vibrations and smells (x 1.1K)

Background imageAntenna Collection: Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0700

Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0700
Fruit fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a fruit fly (Drosophila busckii). Its two compound eyes (red) are seen on either side of the head

Background imageAntenna Collection: Pompilid spider wasp C018 / 4316

Pompilid spider wasp C018 / 4316
Pompilid spider wasp (Pepsis ruficornis), close-up photo. This specimen was found in the Dominican Republic. It is coloured metallic dark blue and purple with yellow antenna

Background imageAntenna Collection: Very Large Array (VLA) radio antennae

Very Large Array (VLA) radio antennae
Very Large Array antennae. View of several dish antennae which make up the Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope near Socorro, New Mexico, USA

Background imageAntenna Collection: Aerial view of the Dosso dei Galli ex-military Nato base on the Maniva mountain zone

Aerial view of the Dosso dei Galli ex-military Nato base on the Maniva mountain zone. Bagolino, Maniva, Brescia province, Lombardy, Italy

Background imageAntenna Collection: Aerial view of the Dosso dei Galli ex-military Nato base on the Maniva mountain zone

Aerial view of the Dosso dei Galli ex-military Nato base on the Maniva mountain zone. Bagolino, Maniva, Brescia province, Lombardy, Italy

Background imageAntenna Collection: Family

Family
Mustafa öztürk

Background imageAntenna Collection: Tennis tournament on a grass court in St. Moritz: The match is between the young Frenchman

Tennis tournament on a grass court in St. Moritz: The match is between the young Frenchman Vacherot and the Englishman
3569949 Tennis tournament on a grass court in St. Moritz: The match is between the young Frenchman Vacherot and the Englishman, Frost by Unknown photographer

Background imageAntenna Collection: Friends

Friends
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Background imageAntenna Collection: Black & White Cat Day

Black & White Cat Day
Robert Fabrowski

Background imageAntenna Collection: Cahaya Emas

Cahaya Emas
Heri Wijaya

Background imageAntenna Collection: Help, there's someone

Help, there's someone
Thierry Dufour

Background imageAntenna Collection: Stories from the Roof

Stories from the Roof
Robert Fabrowski

Background imageAntenna Collection: There is nothing new under the sun

There is nothing new under the sun
janini (Zhana Topchieva)

Background imageAntenna Collection: Working with partners

Working with partners
Antonio Grambone

Background imageAntenna Collection: Birth

Birth
Jimmy Hoffman

Background imageAntenna Collection: Yellow-Faced Bee

Yellow-Faced Bee
Donald Jusa

Background imageAntenna Collection: Snail, First half of 19th century. Creator: Tadatoshi

Snail, First half of 19th century. Creator: Tadatoshi
Snail, First half of 19th century

Background imageAntenna Collection: Insects, 1783. Creator: Jan Brandes

Insects, 1783. Creator: Jan Brandes
Insects, 1783. Batavian grasshopper or beetle, cricket Gryllus domesticus, caterpillar, pupae and cockroach Blatta americana

Background imageAntenna Collection: Picture No. 12479403

Picture No. 12479403
Silkworm moth, Bombyx mori, head detail. Although Date:

Background imageAntenna Collection: Butterfly eyes, close up

Butterfly eyes, close up

Background imageAntenna Collection: LOVE

LOVE
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Background imageAntenna Collection: ANGEL

ANGEL
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Background imageAntenna Collection: POSE

POSE
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Background imageAntenna Collection: LOVE

LOVE
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Background imageAntenna Collection: Traffic night

Traffic night
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"Exploring the Intricacies of Antennas: From Honey Bees to Spacecraft" Buzzing with Sensory Wonders: The antenna of a Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) reveals its internal anatomy in stunning detail under the microscope. Delving into Nature's Architecture: A cross-section view of an antenna showcases the intricate design that aids insects like Praying Mantises in their daily lives. Unveiling Saturn's Secrets: The Cassini spacecraft orbits Saturn and its moon Titan, utilizing advanced antennas to transmit invaluable data back to Earth. Artistic Marvels in Space Exploration: An artwork depicts the Cassini-Huygens probe at Saturn, highlighting its sophisticated antenna system crucial for communication. Miniature Marvels Revealed: An up-close look at an ant's antenna through a Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) unveils its fascinating structure and sensory capabilities. Reaching for Cosmic Signals: The Lovell radio telescope stands tall, capturing celestial whispers from deep space with its powerful antennas scanning the skies above. Peering into Mosquito Mysteries: A Culex mosquito's delicate antennae are examined using SEM, shedding light on how these tiny creatures navigate their surroundings. Unveiling Nature's Warriors: Red-barbed ants' antennas reveal remarkable details when observed through SEM, showcasing their ability to communicate and sense their environment effectively. Beneath the Vastness of Radio Astronomy: Glimpsing underneath the Arecibo radio telescope exposes an array of massive antennas responsible for unraveling cosmic mysteries from distant galaxies. Microscopic Wonders of a Honey Bee’s World: Through SEM imagery, we discover every minute detail present on a honey bee’s antenna – nature’s masterpiece designed for survival. Capturing Wildlife Wonders Up Close: A macro shot captures a stick insect as it crawls along the wild habitat, showcasing its intricate antenna and fascinating leg structure.