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William Gilbert (1540-1603). English physician and physicist. Motion in magnetic field. Page from De Magnete, published in London, 1600 Featured End of the World Image

William Gilbert (1540-1603). English physician and physicist. Motion in magnetic field. Page from De Magnete, published in London, 1600

GILBERT: DE MAGNETE, 1600.
William Gilbert (1540-1603). English physician and physicist. Motion in magnetic field. Page from De Magnete, published in London, 1600

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SPACE SHUTTLE: BEES, 1984. A colony of bees on board the Space Shuttle Challenger, during mission STS-41-C. The bees were being studied for their ability to build honeycomb during weightlessness. Photograph, April 1984 Featured End of the World Image

SPACE SHUTTLE: BEES, 1984. A colony of bees on board the Space Shuttle Challenger, during mission STS-41-C. The bees were being studied for their ability to build honeycomb during weightlessness. Photograph, April 1984

SPACE SHUTTLE: BEES, 1984.
A colony of bees on board the Space Shuttle Challenger, during mission STS-41-C. The bees were being studied for their ability to build honeycomb during weightlessness. Photograph, April 1984

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PETROGLYPH: SUPERNOVA. Dr. John Brandt of NASA examines an ancient Native American petroglyph which he believes commemorates the sighting of the supernova (exploding star) which created the Crab Nebula in 1054 A.D. The petroglyph is near the ruins of the village of the Great Kivas, near Zuni, New Mexico. Photograph, 1975 Featured End of the World Image

PETROGLYPH: SUPERNOVA. Dr. John Brandt of NASA examines an ancient Native American petroglyph which he believes commemorates the sighting of the supernova (exploding star) which created the Crab Nebula in 1054 A.D. The petroglyph is near the ruins of the village of the Great Kivas, near Zuni, New Mexico. Photograph, 1975

PETROGLYPH: SUPERNOVA.
Dr. John Brandt of NASA examines an ancient Native American petroglyph which he believes commemorates the sighting of the supernova (exploding star) which created the Crab Nebula in 1054 A.D. The petroglyph is near the ruins of the village of the Great Kivas, near Zuni, New Mexico. Photograph, 1975

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