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Images Dated 10th February 2005

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Steelworks Featured 10 Feb 2005 Image

Steelworks

Steelworks. Open hearth furnace inside Azvostal steelworks in Zhadanov, Russia. The manufacture of steel requires that pig iron, a high-carbon crude form of iron, is melted to burn off the impurities. This process requires very high temperatures, typically in the region of 1500 degrees Celsius. To achieve this an open hearth furnace is used. This furnace uses a process known as regenerative preheating, with exhaust gases being used to heat a second chamber, through which fuel and air are then pumped

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Male model wearing the single-breasted version of the Horne Bros Featured 10 Feb 2005 Image

Male model wearing the single-breasted version of the Horne Bros

Male model wearing the single-breasted version of the Horne Bros. Party Suit has a belted jerkin top. It is in gold heavy needlecord that looks like antiqued velvet. December 1969

© Mirrorpix

1960s Fashion, Clothing, Fashion, Men, Model, Style

Steinitzs shrimp-goby and shrimp Featured 10 Feb 2005 Image

Steinitzs shrimp-goby and shrimp

Steinitz's shrimp-goby (Amblyeleotris steinitzi) and an alpheid shrimp (Alpheus sp.) at the entrance to their burrow. Steinitz's shrimp-gobies are always found in a mutualistic association with an alpheid shrimp. The near-blind shrimp builds and maintains the burrow, while the goby guards it. When outside of the burrow the shrimp will rest one of its antennae on the fish, which will quiver if it detects danger. Steinitz's shrimp- goby grows up to 8 centimetres in length and is found in sandy areas near coral reefs in the Indo- Pacific region. Photographed off Indonesia

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY