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Choose from 30 pictures in our April 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.


11 Apr 1997 Featured April Print

11 Apr 1997

© HANS-ULRICH OSTERWALDER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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True-colour satellite image of East Anglia, UK Featured April Print

True-colour satellite image of East Anglia, UK

East Anglia. Satellite image of East Anglia, England. The colours approximate to natural tones. North is at top. East Anglia is a predominantly low-relief agricultural area, as seen by the many green tones. Urban areas (grey) include Norwich (at upper right) and Ipswich (at lower right). The dark green area on the northeast coast is the Norfolk Broads, a famous inland waterway network. Note also the heavy sedimentation off shore (pale blue). The data for this image was gathered by the Landsat-5 satellite

© PLANETOBSERVER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

The Milky Way seen from the Southern hemisphere Featured April Print

The Milky Way seen from the Southern hemisphere

The Milky Way. Optical image showing part of the Milky Way from the constellation of Crux Australis (Southern Cross, bottom left) through Carina. It shows an area extremely rich in star clusters, dark and bright (pink) nebulae. Dark nebulae are formed by clouds of interstellar dust which scatter and absorb the radiation from stars situated behind them. Bright nebulae are clouds of interstellar gas which is ionised and lit up by the ultraviolet radiation of nearby hot and young stars. The Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way, is seen at bottom right. The brightest star at centre right is Canopus the second brightest star in the sky after Sirius

© DR LUKE DODD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY