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Images Dated 28th June 2005

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Rioters Bloody Hands Featured 28 Jun 2005 Image

Rioters Bloody Hands

Rioters bathe their standard bearers hands in blood during violent disturbances related to low pay in the iron industry, in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, 1831. An illustration from Volume 2 of The Chronicles of Crime, or The New Newgate Calendar (1841), from an original drawing by Phiz (illustrator Hablot Knight Browne). (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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2005 GP2 Series Press Day Paul Ricard, France From left to right; Jacques Laffite, Adrian Campos, Bruno Michel and Damon Hill. portrait 28th June 2005 World copyright: GP2 media service Hi-Res Available on request Featured 28 Jun 2005 Image

2005 GP2 Series Press Day Paul Ricard, France From left to right; Jacques Laffite, Adrian Campos, Bruno Michel and Damon Hill. portrait 28th June 2005 World copyright: GP2 media service Hi-Res Available on request

2005 GP2 Series Press Day
Paul Ricard, France
From left to right; Jacques Laffite, Adrian Campos, Bruno Michel and Damon Hill. portrait
28th June 2005
World copyright: GP2 media service
Hi-Res Available on request

Close-up of the Multiple Mirror Telescope Featured 28 Jun 2005 Image

Close-up of the Multiple Mirror Telescope

Close-up of the Multiple Mirror Telescope (MMT) on Mount Hopkins, Arizona. It consists of six separ- ate mirrors, each 1.8 metres (72 inches) in diameter. Working together, they effectively form a single mirror 4.5 m (178 inches) in diameter, making the MMT one of the world's largest telescopes. Since starting operation in 1979, the MMT has proven the feasibility of using a number of smaller mirrors to provide an equivalent light- gathering surface to a single giant mirror. The technique is important because it is not technic- ally possible to make single telescope mirrors much larger than 8 m in diameter

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