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Images Dated 7th March 2008

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Alfa Romeo Tipo 158 Featured 7 Mar 2008 Print

Alfa Romeo Tipo 158

One of the most successful racing cars ever produced, taking 47 wins from 54 races entered. Driven by great drivers Nino Farina, Juan- Manuel Fangio & Luigi Fagioli

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Mount Ngauruhoe - peak of perfectly shaped volcanoe Mt Ngauruhoe sticking out of clouds at dusk Featured 7 Mar 2008 Print

Mount Ngauruhoe - peak of perfectly shaped volcanoe Mt Ngauruhoe sticking out of clouds at dusk

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Mount Ngauruhoe - peak of perfectly shaped volcanoe Mt Ngauruhoe sticking out of clouds at dusk
Tongariro National Park, Tongariro World Heritage Area, North Island, New Zealand
Tongariro National Park is a World Heritage Area and was used for the filming of many scenes for the Lord of the Rings Triology. Mt Ngauruhoe is Mt Doom in the films but was digitally altered considerably.
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Steffen & Alexandra Sailer/ardea.com

Water vapour maps of Antarctica, 2004 Featured 7 Mar 2008 Print

Water vapour maps of Antarctica, 2004

Water vapour maps of Antarctica. Satellite images of the increase in water vapour over Antarctica from 13 August to 14 October 2004 (the austral spring). The sequence starts at upper left, and runs from right-to-left and top-to-bottom, ending at lower right. The relative amount of water vapour varies from low (green) through yellow to high (red). This increase in water vapour accompanies the formation of the ozone hole. The data was obtained by the Microwave Limb Sounder (MLS) instrument on NASA's AURA satellite

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