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history/science/world flat projection map composite satellite images
World Flat projection map from composite of satellite images. Credit NASA: Science
history/science/eye according hunain ibn ishaq called johannitius
The eye according to Hunain ibn Ishaq also called Johannitius (809-873) Baghdad physican
history/science/prize offered scientific american new york october
Prize offered in Scientific American, New York, October, 1920, for an essay
history/science/comet 1892a swift may 1892 negative photograph
Comet 1892a, Swift, May 1892. From a negative photograph by Dr Max Wolf (1863-1932)
history/science/house szczuki family poland manya sklodovska
House of the Szczuki family in Poland where Manya Sklodovska (Marie Curie 1867-1934)
history/science/gatling rapid fire gun 1861 62 camel mounted model
Gatling rapid fire gun (1861-62): Camel-mounted model. From The Science Record New York
history/science/camera obscura showing scene outside collected
Camera obscura: showing how the scene outside was collected by a mirror tilted at
history/science/relation man microcosm universe macrocosm showing
The relation of man, the microcosm with the universe, the macrocosm, showing the spheres
history/science/all sky images constructed preliminary data dmr
All-sky images constructed from preliminary data from DMR (Different Microwave
history/science/spectroscope type used gustave robert kirchhoff
Spectroscope of the type used by Gustave Robert Kirchhoff (1824-1889) and Robert Wilhelm
history/science/wet battery leclance cell invented c1866
Wet Battery: Leclance cell, invented c1866. Glass vessel containing zinc rod, solution
history/science/copernican heliocentric universe showing firmament
Copernican (heliocentric) system of the universe, showing the firmament of the fixed
history/science/second star chart northern celestial hemisphere
Second part of the star chart of the Northern Celestial Hemisphere showing constellations
history/science/spectroscopist observing top bottom left right
Spectroscopist observing (top). Bottom, left to right, Absorption spectra of Indigo
history/science/pollen mass orchis mascula first attached a
Pollen mass of Orchis mascula when first attached (A) and after depression (B). From
history/science/aurora borealis northern lights viewed space
Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) viewed from space. NASA photograph
history/science/woolly mammoth approximately 9ft high 16ft long
Woolly mammoth approximately 9ft high and 16ft long, discovered frozen in a block
history/science/william thomson lord kelvin 1824 1907 scottish
William Thomson, Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) Scottish physicist and mathematician. Second
history/science/curvature earth earth curved distant objects
Curvature of Earth. Because Earth is curved, distant objects seem to sink below the
history/science/mandrake bottom left sensitive plant bottom
Mandrake (bottom left) Sensitive plant (bottom right) & Acacia
history/science/einstein cross quasar gravitation lens g2237
Einstein Cross Quasar: Gravitation Lens G2237 plus 0305. NASA photograph
history/science/diagram earth carboniferous period land unshaded
Diagram of the Earth during Carboniferous period
history/science/francis bacon 1561 1626 english philosopher
Francis Bacon (1561-1626) English philosopher, scientist and statesman
history/science/robert boyle johann kerseboom died 1708
Robert Boyle, by Johann Kerseboom (died 1708).Robert Boyle (1627-1691) was an Irish
history/science/henry peter brougham 1778 1868 1st baron brougham
Henry Peter Brougham (1778-1868) 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux
history/science/m sklodovski surviving daughters left right
M. Sklodovski with his three surviving daughters
history/science/earth space photographed spacecraft galileo 11
Earth from Space photographed by spacecraft Galileo 11, December 1992 from distance of 1
history/science/microwave map sky produced years data cobe cosmic
Microwave map of whole sky produced from one year's data from COBE (Cosmic Background
history/science/particle accelerator cern geneva cern
Particle accelerator, CERN, Geneva. CERN photograph
history/science/cinchona jesuits peruvian bark source quinine
Cinchona (Jesuit's or Peruvian Bark)
history/science/hermetic androgyne king equals sun equals gold
The Hermetic Androgyne: King equals Sun equals Gold, Queen equals Moon equals Silver
history/science/astronomer takiuddin observatory galata 1581
The astronomer Takiuddin at his observatory at Galata, 1581 showing astronomical
history/science/cartoon darwinism punch london 10 december
Cartoon on Darwinism. From Punch, London, 10 December 1887
history/science/white dwarf stars globular cluster m4hbond stsci
White Dwarf stars in Globular Cluster M4.H.Bond (STSCI). NASA photograph
history/science/john tyndall 1820 93 irish born physicist lecturing
John Tyndall (1820-93) Irish born physicist, lecturing on electromagnetism at the
history/science/general properties bodies educational plate published
General properties of bodies: educational plate published Wurtemberg c.1850. Physical
history/science/gatling rapid fire gun 1861 62 various models
Gatling rapid fire gun (1861-62): Various models. From The Science Record New York, 1762
history/science/multispectral scanner reveals lithologic structural
Multispectral scanner reveals lithologic and structural features of Great Namaland
history/science/william crookes 1832 1919 holding discharge
William Crookes (1832-1919) holding discharge tube which carried his name
history/science/films illustrated soap bubble surface tension
Thin films illustrated by a soap bubble. Surface tension of soapy water allows bubbles
history/science/infrared photograph confluence missouri kansas rivers
Infrared photograph of confluence of Missouri and Kansas rivers, 19 July 1993 during
history/science/astrolabe 11th century arabian
Astrolabe, 11th century, Arabian
history/science/magnetic needles terrella point north pole a
Magnetic needles on a terrella will point towards the north pole, A
history/science/lord rosses 72 inch 18m reflecting telescope 1849
Lord Rosse's 72 inch (1.8m) reflecting telescope, 1849
history/science/skeleton mammoth discovered 1817 dr mitchell new
Skeleton of Mammoth discovered in 1817 by Dr Mitchell of New York at Goschen, Orange
history/science/launch space shuttle challenger 1985 nasa
Launch of Space Shuttle Challenger, 1985. NASA photograph
history/science/old evolutionary argument nature nurture
The old evolutionary argument over Nature or Nurture. It would be a brave person
history/science/geocentric universe showing earth surrounded spheres
Geocentric universe showing the Earth surrounded by the spheres of water, air and fire
history/science/john william strutt 3rd baron rayleigh 1842 1919
John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh (1842-1919) British physicist
history/science/plate luigi galvani viribus electricitatis bologna
Plate from Luigi Galvani De Viribus Electricitatis, Bologna, 1791, showing electrostatic
history/science/earthquake 1650 tokyo yedo japan engraving
Earthquake of 1650 at Tokyo (Yedo), Japan. After engraving published Amsterdam 1669
history/science/foxglove digitalis purpurea source digitalis
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) source of Digitalis. Used from Medieval times as emetic
history/science/death valley first scene thematic mapper land sat 4
Death Valley. First full scene from Thematic Mapper on Land-Sat-4. Vegetation-sparse
history/science/turkey rhubarb rheum officinate widely used
Turkey Rhubarb (Rheum officinate) widely used a a cathartic
history/science/eniac computer c1944 18 000 vac
ENIAC computer -c1944. 18, 000 vac
history/science/half title christopher scheiner rosa ursina bracciano
Half-title of Christopher Scheiner Rosa Ursina, Bracciano, 1630
history/science/5pneumonia culture 6 albumen rotten egg 7 8
5:Pneumonia culture. 6 Albumen from rotten egg. 7& 8:Tuberculosis as prepared by Koch
history/science/magnetized needle pushed ball cork floating submerged
A magnetized needle pushed through a ball of cork, and floating submerged in a goblet
history/science/frontispiece ninth edition charles lyell principles
Frontispiece of the ninth edition of Charles Lyell Principles of Geology, London
history/science/solar flare x ray image nasa photograph
Solar flare - X-ray image. NASA photograph
history/science/skeleton giant mastodon excavated wilson peale
Skeleton of Giant Mastodon excavated by Wilson Peale of Philadelphia at Newburgh
history/science/gatling rapid fire gun 1861 1862 various models
Gatling rapid fire gun (1861-1862): various models. From The Science Record New York
history/science/urania muse astronomy weighing comparing systems
Urania, the Muse of Astronomy, weighing and comparing systems of the universe
history/science/oliver lodge 1851 1940 british physicist
Oliver Lodge (1851-1940) British physicist
history/science/strata red sandstone slightly inclined resting
Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, resting on vertical schist, at Siccar Point
history/science/sectional view earth showing central fire underground
Sectional view of Earth, showing central fire and underground canals linked to oceans
history/science/von guerickes demonstration power vacuum using
Von Guericke's demonstration of power of vacuum, using Magdeburg hemispheres
history/science/infrared photograph niagara falls taken nasa earth
Infrared photograph of Niagara Falls taken from NASA Earth Survey 2 aircraft
history/science/circulation water sea mountains blue tinted flows
Circulation of water between sea and mountains. Blue-tinted flows are mountains to sea
history/science/spectroscopic apparatus used used robert wilhelm
Spectroscopic apparatus used by used by Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (1811-1899) and Gustav
history/science/franklins kite experiment c1752 benjamin franklin
Franklin's kite experiment, c1752. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) American scientist
history/science/hermes egyptian hermes trismegistus legendary
Hermes the Egyptian (Hermes Trismegistus) the legendary fount of occult and alchemical
history/science/forging magnet william gilbert magnete london 1600
Forging a magnet. From William Gilbert De Magnete, London, 1600. Metal on the anvil
history/science/evacuating bell jar examine effect animal it
Evacuating bell jar to examine effect on animal in it
history/science/andreas vesalius 1514 1564 flemish anatomist
Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) Flemish anatomist
history/science/sound l condensed rarified wound waves 2 echoes
Sound: l) Condensed and rarified wound waves: 2) Echoes: 4) Megaphone: 5) Ear trumpet
history/science/particle accelerator tunnel cern geneva
Particle accelerator tunnel, CERN, Geneva. CERN photograph
history/science/children watching outdoor scene camera obscura
Children watching an outdoor scene through a camera obscura
history/science/supernova 19i87a observed huble space telescope
Supernova 19i87A observed with Huble Space Telescope, wide field planetary telescope 2
history/science/henry peter brougham baron brougham vaux 1778 1868
Henry Peter Brougham, Baron Brougham and Vaux (1778-1868) Scottish-born British jurist
history/science/radium institute warsaw poland inaugurated
Radium Institute, Warsaw, Poland, inaugurated 29 May 1932 in the presence of Marie Curie
history/science/equilibrium solids educational plate published
Equilibrium of solids: educational plate published Wurtemberg c.1850. Principles of Lever
history/science/launch space shuttle columbia kennedy space center
Launch of Space Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, 4 April 1997
history/science/camera obscura projecting solar eclipse darkened
Camera obscura: projecting a solar eclipse into a darkened room through a small hole
history/science/comet shoemaker levy 1994 impact jupiter 20
Comet Shoemaker-Levy, 1994. Impact with Jupiter 20 July 1994. Viewed from Cape Town
history/science/air pump built robert boyle 1627 91 robert hooke
Air pump built for Robert Boyle (1627-91) by Robert Hooke
history/science/distillation water bath bain marie showing alembic
Distillation: Still in water bath (bain-marie), showing an Alembic. From Braunschweig
history/science/spectroscope type used robert wilhelm bunsen
Spectroscope of the type used by Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (1811-1899) and Gustav Robert
history/science/volcanic eruption jupiters moon lo upper plume 5
Volcanic eruption on Jupiter's moon, lo. Upper: Plume 5: Lower: Plume 6. Voyager II
history/science/magic lantern used project slides lecture spectrum
Magic lantern being used to project slides during a lecture on spectrum analysis
history/science/aurora australis curtain form viewed space shuttle
Aurora Australis (curtain form) viewed from Space Shuttle Endeavour, part of which
history/science/observation spiral galaxy canes venatici lord rosse
Observation of spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici by Lord Rosse
history/science/james clerk maxwells 1831 1879 apparatus comparison
James Clerk Maxwell's (1831-1879) apparatus for the comparison of electrostatic
history/science/mosaic jupiter inner satelite lo nasa photograph
Mosaic of Jupiter and its inner satelite lo. NASA photograph
history/science/wilhelm roentgens 1845 1923 x ray photograph
Wilhelm Roentgen's (1845-1923) X-ray photograph of his wife's hand: 1896
history/science/solar eruption addition giving off light heat
Solar eruption - in addition to giving off light and heat, during solar flares the
history/science/waiter restaurant speaking kitchen speaking tube
Waiter in restaurant speaking to kitchen through a speaking tube. Print published
history/science/william huggins 1824 1910 british astronomer
William Huggins (1824-1910) British astronomer and spectroscopist
history/science/camera obscura athanasius kircher ars magna
Camera Obscura. From Athanasius Kircher Ars Magna, Amsterdam, 1671


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