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Images Dated 2008 July

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Choose from 4311 pictures in our Images Dated 2008 July 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Science Photo Library.


Earthrise over Moon from Apollo 8 Featured July Print

Earthrise over Moon from Apollo 8

Earthrise from the Moon. This photograph was taken during the Apollo 8 mission of 21-27 December 1968. The lunar horizon is about 570km from the spacecraft, whilst the Earth is 384,000km distant. In this view, the Earth is seen with the South Pole as the white patch at the left end of the terminator. Part of the west coast of Africa may be seen at the right end of the terminator, North and South America being hidden by cloud at the top of the disc. The lunar terrain in the foreground is near the eastern limb of the Moon, as viewed from Earth

© Nasa/Science Photo Library

22 Jul 2008 Featured July Print

22 Jul 2008

© LAGUNA DESIGN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Alpha Helix, Anti Inflammatory, Art Work, Banned, Bio Chemistry, Biochemical, Chemical, Chemistry, Compound, Compounds, Cut Out, Drug, Helices, Illustration, Medical, Medicine, Molecular, Molecular Model, Molecule, Molecules, Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug, Nsaid, Pharmaceutical, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacological, Pharmacology, Phenylbutazone, Secondary Structure, Side Effects, Single, Withdrawn

Optical photograph of the constellation of Orion Featured July Print

Optical photograph of the constellation of Orion

True-colour optical photograph of theconstellation of Orion, the Hunter, one of themost conspicuous constellations in the sky. Aspecial filter has been used to enhance thebrightest stars, giving them a misty, extendedappearance. The constellation of Orion lies on thecelestial equator and is visible from most partsof the world. The three stars forming Orion's Beltare seen at centre. The bright, pinkish-white starat upper left is Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis), a redsupergiant star. Below the Belt is Orion's Sword, with the distinctive, red Orion Nebula (M42) atits centre. The bright star below and to the rightof the Sword is Rigel (Beta Orionis)

© John Sanford/Science Photo Library