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Images Dated 29th January 2007

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Kel-192 Giant Pacific Octopus Featured 29 Jan 2007 Print

Kel-192 Giant Pacific Octopus

KEL-192
GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS
Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California
Octopus dofleini
Ken Lucas
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Ken Lucas/ardea.com

In Water, Marine, Mollusc, Molluscs, Octopus, Octopuses, Pacific Ocean, Suckers, Tentacles, Under Water, Wild Life

PHYSICS: APPARATUS, 1879. A Crookes tube in which a strip of platinum (b) is made Featured 29 Jan 2007 Print

PHYSICS: APPARATUS, 1879. A Crookes tube in which a strip of platinum (b) is made

PHYSICS: APPARATUS, 1879.
A Crookes tube in which a strip of platinum (b) is made red hot by the passage of current between the bowl-shaped cathode (a) and an anode (D). In a partial vacuum, this current was said to consist of cathode rays

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1879, Anode, Apparatus, Bulb, Cathode, Cathode Ray, Crook, Crookes, Discover, Electric, English, Invention, Late, Physics, Platinum, Science, Sir, Tube, Vacuum, William, Wire

Comte de Paris, 19th century Featured 29 Jan 2007 Print

Comte de Paris, 19th century

Comte de Paris, 19th century. Louis-Philippe Albert of Orleans, Count of Paris (1838-1894) was the grandson of Louis-Philippe I, King of the French. He became the Prince Royal, heir to the throne, when his father, Prince Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans, died in 1842. Attempts to place him on the throne after Louis-Philippe abdicated in 1848 came to nothing, and he fled into exile. He served in the Union Army in the American Civil War. The French monarchy was never restored and the Count of Paris died at Stowe House in Buckinghamshire

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