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Rising Earth about five degrees above the lunar horizon Featured Related Images Print

Rising Earth about five degrees above the lunar horizon

This December, 1968 NASA file image shows the rising Earth is about five degrees above the lunar horizon in this telephoto view taken from the Apollo 8 spacecraft. The horizon, about 570 kilometers (250 statute miles) from the spacecraft, is near the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from the Earth. On the earth, the sunset terminator crosses Africa. The south pole is in the white area near the left end of the terminator. North and South America are under the clouds. The lunar surface probably has less pronounced color than indicated by this print. AFP PHOTO/NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA / HO

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Royalty - Princess Elizabeth - 6th/5th Lancers, Luluworth Camp, Dorset Featured Related Images Print

Royalty - Princess Elizabeth - 6th/5th Lancers, Luluworth Camp, Dorset

"PROUD OF THE REGIMENT" "I am proud indeed to be identified with a name so respected as that of the 16th/5th Lancers," said H.R.H. PRINCESS ELIZABETH when, in her capacity of Colonel-In-Chief of the Regiment, she inspected them prior to their departure for North Africa. The Princess made the inspection at the Luluworth Camp, Dorset. PICTURE SHOWS: PRINCESS ELIZABETH is helped on with her fur coat by Col. H.C.L.HOWARD, CB, CMG, DSO, Colonel of the Regiment, during the inspection at Luluworth

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Spinosaurus Illustration

Spinosaurus
At an estimated maximum length of 15 metres, Spinosaurus was the largest of all known theropod dinosaurs. Spinosaurus
This enormous, strange-looking theropod prowled the coastal plains of northern Africa, 108?98 million years ago. The shape of its teeth and jaw indicate that Spinosaurus included fish in its diet. A fossil of a partial skull has also been found with a fish vertebra lodged in one of the tooth sockets. The rivers and estuaries of northern Africa were teeming with the giant sawfish called Onchopristis and other fish. The sheer size of an adult Spinosaurus probably enabled it to prey on Onchopristis that could have been several metres in length, while at the same time giving it some immunity to attacks by Carcharodontosaurus

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