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Images Dated 31st March 2005

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Helix nebula, HST image Featured 31 Mar 2005 Print

Helix nebula, HST image

Helix Nebula. Hubble Space Telescope image of the Helix planetary nebula (NGC 7293). This comprises shells of gas cast off a Sun-like star near the end of its life. The colours are due to gases in the shells being ionised by radiation from the central star that ejected them. The blue colour comes from oxygen and the red from hydrogen and nitrogen. Despite its ring shape, it is thought that the nebula is actually a cylinder aligned end on to Earth. This is one of the nearest planetary nebulae to Earth, lying 650 light years away in the constellation Aquarius. It is 3 light years in diameter, and appears half a Moon-width wide

© NASA/ESA/STSCI/C.O'DELL, VANDERBILT U. ET AL/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

open-uri20120928-26871-1w82bb1 Featured 31 Mar 2005 Print

open-uri20120928-26871-1w82bb1

2005 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix- Thursday Preview
Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain
31st March 2005
Pedro de la Rosa, McLaren Mercedes MP4-20, Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren-Mercedes MP4/20 and Alexander Wurz, McLaren Mercedes MP4-20, portrait.
World Copyright: Michael Cooper/LAT Photographic
ref:Digital Image Only ( a high res version is available on request)

Sydneys landmark Opera House is reflected in a pool of rain water March 31, 2005 Featured 31 Mar 2005 Print

Sydneys landmark Opera House is reflected in a pool of rain water March 31, 2005

Sydney's landmark Opera House is reflected in a pool of rain water March 31, 2005. The roof, or "sails" as they are referred to, were described by Jorn Utzon, the Danish Architect who designed them, as standing out "like a big exotic bird", and are covered by millions of tiny tiles. - PBEAHUOBGCO