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Images Dated 23rd February 2005

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Starfield above a mountain Featured 23 Feb 2005 Print

Starfield above a mountain

Starfield. Starfield containing the Plough andthe Pole Star above a mountain. The Plough (upperleft) is a group of stars in the constellationUrsa Major. The lower two stars here point towardsthe Pole Star (Polaris, or Alpha Ursae Minoris) in the constellation Ursa Minor (upperright). The Pole Star is the closest bright starto the north celestial pole, and all other starsappear to revolve around it in the northernhemisphere

© Tony and Daphne Hallas/Science Photo Library

The King and Queen leave Dover for Paris. Their Majesties shaking hands with the Featured 23 Feb 2005 Print

The King and Queen leave Dover for Paris. Their Majesties shaking hands with the

The King and Queen leave Dover for Paris.
Their Majesties shaking hands with the officers of the Royal Yacht.
George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur George) British ruler; king of Britain 1936-1952; last emperor of India 1936-1947; brother of Edward VIII; son of George V _1895-1952
Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon (the Queen Mother, the Queen Mum) British queen; wife of George VI 1923; mother of Elizabeth II; eponym of ships Queen Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth 2 _1900-2002

© TopFoto.co.uk

Centrifuge training for cosmonauts Featured 23 Feb 2005 Print

Centrifuge training for cosmonauts

Centrifuge training at the Gagarin Cosmonauts Training Centre in Russia. The centrifuge simulates the forces experienced due to acceleration at launch so that the cosmonaut can be assessed for his ability to work in such environments. When Vostok 1, the first manned space rocket, took off, the acceleration produced a force on its cosmonaut of 5Gs, meaning that he felt five times as heavy as he would on Earth. This training centre is named after the first man to orbit the Earth, Yuri Gagarin. It opened in 1960

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY