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Choose from 772 pictures in our Ray 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.

Nishina Yoshio and Niels Bohr Featured Print

Nishina Yoshio and Niels Bohr

Japanese physicist Yoshio Nishina (1890-1951, left) in front of a blackboard with Danish physicist Niels Bohr (1885-1962, right). Bohr was awarded the 1922 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work on the structure of the atom. He said that electrons could only occupy discrete levels around an atomic nucleus. This explained the spectrum of hydrogen. He also worked on the atomic bomb project during World War II. Nishina is known as the founding father of modern physics research in Japan'. His research covered cosmic rays and particle accelerator development. He independently detected what turned out to be the muon in cosmic rays and discovered the uranium-237 isotope. Photographed in 1937

© Nishina Memorial Foundation, courtesy AIP Emilo Segre Visual Archives /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Total solar eclipse Featured Print

Total solar eclipse

Total solar eclipse. Computer-enhanced image of the Sun's corona seen at the moment of totality during a total solar eclipse. The corona is a cloud of low-density plasma (hot ions) surrounding the Sun. Normally it is not visible, being obscured by the brightness of the Sun's visible surface, but it is revealed during a total solar eclipse, which occurs when the Moon blocks the light from the rest of the Sun. The moon's surface can be seen due to light reflecting off the surface of the earth, a phenomenon known as earthshine. This moment of totality lasts for only a few minutes. Total solar eclipses usually occur less than once a year, and can only be seen from a small area of the Earth's surface

© Detlev Van Ravenswaay/Science Photo Library

Hurray for the Robinson Ray! by W. Heath Robinson Featured Print

Hurray for the Robinson Ray! by W. Heath Robinson

We are privileged to publish the first illustration of a Death Ray at it's dirty work. the top secret experiment was entirely successful, and as our picture shows, resulted in the slaughter of a slug from a top storey window. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans Date: 11th June 1924

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -