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Images Dated 25th May 2006

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Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) swimming over a sandy bottom, Roatan Island Featured 25 May 2006 Print

Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) swimming over a sandy bottom, Roatan Island

Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) swimming over a sandy bottom, Roatan Island, Bay Islands, Honduras Carribean. Captive dolphins used in spectacle; they go out the fence for some minutes a day to meet divers

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Jupiter from Europa Featured 25 May 2006 Print

Jupiter from Europa

Jupiter from Europa. Artwork of the surface of Europa, with Jupiter, Io, Ganymede, Callisto and the Sun in the sky. Io is seen in the plane of the ring system, and eruption plumes from its volcanoes can be seen. Europa is one of the moons of Jupiter. The surface of Europa is made of water ice. There are no large impact craters; it is thought that meteorites make a crater which fills with liquid water and then freezes. Large cracks criss-cross the surface, through which water may well up and freeze. Such activity means the surface is constantly refreshed and smoothed. Europa is thought to have a huge ocean of liquid water beneath the ice. If there is geothermal activity at the seabed, then life similar to that around hydrothermal vents on Earth may exist there

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Saturn from Iapetus Featured 25 May 2006 Print

Saturn from Iapetus

Saturn from Iapetus. Artwork of the surface of Iapetus, with Saturn and the Sun seen in the sky. Iapetus is one of the moons of Saturn. The rings of Saturn are seen in an open position here. Iapetus is the only moon of Saturn from which this view would be possible, as the other moons all orbit in the same plane as the rings, rendering them visible as only a line of light. Iapetus orbits at just over 3.5 million kilometres from Saturn, taking 79 days to complete an orbit. It is unusual in that one face is dark and the other light. Its leading face is thought to be covered in dark material picked up from space. The trailing face is covered with bright water ice

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY