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September Gallery

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Choose from 21 pictures in our September collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Rodney Parade Stadium Fine Art - Newport County Football Club Featured September Print

Rodney Parade Stadium Fine Art - Newport County Football Club

Rodney Parade is a stadium in the city of Newport, South Wales, owned and operated by the Welsh Rugby Union. It is located on the east bank of the River Usk in Newport city centre. The ground is on Rodney Road, a short walk from the city's central bus and railway stations via Newport Bridge or Newport City footbridge. There is no spectator car park at the ground but a number of multi-storey car parks are nearby.
Rodney Parade is the home ground of Dragons regional rugby union team and rugby union club Newport RFC. It is also the home ground of Newport County football club, and is the second-oldest sports venue in the Football League, after Deepdale. Stadium capacity is reduced from rugby levels for football matches

© SPORTS STADIA ART

False-colour Skylab image of a solar prominence Featured September Print

False-colour Skylab image of a solar prominence

False-colour ultraviolet image of an eruptive prominence on the Sun, photographed from the Skylab space station on August 21, 1973. Taken in the light of helium, at a wavelength of 30.4 nanometres, the picture also shows the Sun's chromosphere. The faintest regions in the image are coloured red, & brighter regions yellow, blue, lilac & white. The white area is an active region associated with a sunspot group. The magnetic fields have flung the prominence out into space as the multi-stranded jet of matter extending half a million kilometres. North is to the right. The photo was taken with Skylab's ATM (Apollo Telesc- ope Mount) extreme ultraviolet spectroheliograph

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY