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Choose from 534 pictures in our Project collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Starlight bent by the Suns Attraction: The Einstein Theory Featured Print

Starlight bent by the Suns Attraction: The Einstein Theory

This diagram drawn by W. B. Robinson illustrates Professor Einstein's Theory that light is subject to gravitation. The drawing was based on British observers photographs at the eclipse of the sun on the 28-29th May 1919. Photographs of stars were taken during the total eclipse, which were then compared to other plates of the same region taken when the sun was not in the neighbourhood. Comparing the two plates, the stars on the eclipse plates seemed to be pushed outwards, thus starlight was found to be bent by the sun's attraction. Dr A. C. Crommelin, a British observer working on the project, wrote that straight lines in Einstein's space cannot exist; they are parts of gigantic curves

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

White horse rechalked Featured Print

White horse rechalked

Finishing touches are put to the fresh coat of white chalk on one of Wiltshire's famous white horses that stands on Milk Hill at Alton Barnes. A helicopter was used to lift the 150 tonnes of chalk that was needed to spruce up the horse from the bottom of the hill to the top and then a week was spent spreading it over the landmark. This white horse at Alton Barnes was last re-chalked 25 years ago in 1984

© PA/Press Association Images

Kurchatov and colleagues, Leningrad, 1925 Featured Print

Kurchatov and colleagues, Leningrad, 1925

Igor Vasilyevich Kurchatov (1903-1960, right), Soviet nuclear physicist, talking to colleagues at the Leningrad Physical-Technical Institute, Leningrad, Russia. In the 1930s, Kurchatov supervised the construction of what was then the world's largest cyclotron particle accelerator. He also led the work on the USSR's first atomic bomb (1949), hydrogen bomb (1953) and the world's first nuclear power plant (1954). He was a member of the legislative body of the USSR from 1949. Photographed in 1925