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Data da imagem: 17/07/2014
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RACKSTRAW DOWNES

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Downes, Rackstraw; geb. 1939. "Dragon Cement Plant, Thomaston; View from the North End ot the Clinker Barn", 1985. Öl auf Leinwand, 54,4 x 196 cm. Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen, Ludwig Forum für Intern. Kunst. Museum: Aachen, Ludwig Forum für Intern. Kunst. Copyright: Additional copyrights must be cleared.

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Constanza, Alemania. Grabado. Liber chronicarum, 1493. Folios 240v y 241r. Coloreado.

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Sarcófago de Astorga. En los relieves se representan escenas del Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento. De izquierda a derecha: Resurreción de Lázaro, Arresto de San Pedro, San Pedro haciendo manar agua de la roca, Adán y Eva junto al Árbol de la Ciencia, Multiplicación de los panes y los peces y Sacrificio de Abraham. Hacia el 310. Mármol. Procedente de la Catedral de Astorga (provincia de León). Museo Arqueológico Nacional. Madrid. España.

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Travel

Data da imagem: 24/02/2018
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Snow covered Alps, Davos Platz, Graubunden, Switzerland

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Data da imagem: 01/04/2018
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Snow covered Dolomites, Wolkenstein, Trentino-Alto Adige (Sudtirol), Italy

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Data da imagem: 24/03/2018
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Snow covered Alps, Livigno, Mottolino, Italy

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Panoramic view of mountain ranges, Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy

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Egyptian tomb scenes, illustration

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Egyptian tomb scenes, illustration. These scenes show craftsmen on the walls of the tomb of Nebamun and Ipuky. They date from the New Kingdom (Dynasty 18), during the reign of Amenhotep III to Akhenaten, in around 1390 BC to 1349 BC. This tomb is in Upper Egypt. This illustration (tempera on paper) is by Egyptologist Norman de Garis Davies (1865?1941).

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration. Alpha-gal allergy, also known as meat allergy, is a reaction to the carbohydrate galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal). Alpha-gal is present in all mammals apart from Old World monkeys and apes (including humans) and so is found in a number of meat products including pork and beef. Humans can become sensitised to alpha-gal after being bitten by a tick (far left) that transfers the carbohydrate (blue spheres) to the bloodstream, where the immune system attacks the foreign particle (second on left). When the individual next eats meat (second from right) the immune system mounts a reaction to the alpha-gal (far right) that can cause a range of symptoms than can include a runny nose, itching, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, or vomiting.

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Solar evaporation ponds, Utah, USA

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These bright blue evaporation ponds contain potassium chloride, a salt found in the geological region known as the Paradox Formation in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA. Salt deposited from ancient seas made up this formation as it evaporated and was buried by other sediments. Water is pumped down into the formation to dissolve the salt which is then pumped into the shallow, vinyl-lined pond terraces. A blue dye is added to speed up evaporation. The dry desert air and many sunny days make this a productive environment. Twenty-ton scrapers, guided by lasers, harvest the dry salt. A local refinery transforms this concentrated form of potassium chloride into plant fertiliser.

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Dark sky over ALMA telescopes, Chile

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This image may not be used by or to promote the arms, nuclear power or tobacco industries or any religious organisation, or in any discriminatory way, or to imply the endorsement by ESO of any product, service or activity Dark sky over ALMA telescopes. Panoramic view of the telescopes (white) of the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) under a dark sky in the Atacama Desert, Chile. These large radio telescope antennas are located at an altitude of 5000 metres on the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes. They have a diameter of 12 metres, while 12 smaller antennas with a diameter of 7 metres make up the ALMA Compact Array (ACA). Data from the separate antennas is combined by interferometry, making it one of the most powerful telescopes in the world.

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Sunset over Lake Superior shoreline

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Sunset over Lake Superior shoreline. Photographed near Ontonagon, Michigan, USA, in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

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Colliding galaxies NGC 1512 and NGC 1510, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) image. At left is the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1512, with the dwarf galaxy NGC 1510 at right. Both galaxies are about 30 million light years from Earth, in the constellation of Horologium. They are currently in the process of merging. At the end of this process NGC 1512 will have cannibalised its smaller companion. 30 million light years. This optical and ultraviolet image was obtained by the HST's Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3). Image published in 2017.

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration. Alpha-gal allergy, also known as meat allergy, is a reaction to the carbohydrate galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal). Alpha-gal is present in all mammals apart from Old World monkeys and apes (including humans) and so is found in a number of meat products including pork and beef. Humans can become sensitised to alpha-gal after being bitten by a tick (far left) that transfers the carbohydrate to the bloodstream, where the immune system attacks the foreign particle (second on left). When the individual next eats meat (second from right) the immune system mounts a reaction to the alpha-gal (far right) that can cause a range of symptoms than can include a runny nose, itching, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, or vomiting.

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration. Alpha-gal allergy, also known as meat allergy, is a reaction to the carbohydrate galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal). Alpha-gal is present in all mammals apart from Old World monkeys and apes (including humans) and so is found in a number of meat products including pork and beef. Humans can become sensitised to alpha-gal after being bitten by a tick (far left) that transfers the carbohydrate to the bloodstream, where the immune system attacks the foreign particle (second on left). When the individual next eats meat (second from right) the immune system mounts a reaction to the alpha-gal (far right) that can cause a range of symptoms than can include a runny nose, itching, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, or vomiting.

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Lensed quasars, gravitational lensing montage. This montage shows five lensed quasars and the foreground galaxies studied by the H0LICOW (H0 Lenses in COSMOGRAIL's Wellspring) collaboration. Using these objects astronomers were able to make an independent measurement of the Hubble constant (a measure of the size and age of the universe). They calculated that the universe is actually expanding faster than expected on the basis of our cosmological model. COSMOGRAIL is the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. Image published in 2017.

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration

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Alpha-gal allergy, illustration. Alpha-gal allergy, also known as meat allergy, is a reaction to the carbohydrate galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal). Alpha-gal is present in all mammals apart from Old World monkeys and apes (including humans) and so is found in a number of meat products including pork and beef. Humans can become sensitised to alpha-gal after being bitten by a tick (far left) that transfers the carbohydrate (blue spheres) to the bloodstream, where the immune system attacks the foreign particle (second on left). When the individual next eats meat (second from right) the immune system mounts a reaction to the alpha-gal (far right) that can cause a range of symptoms than can include a runny nose, itching, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, or vomiting.

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Panoramic view of snow-covered mountains seen from a frozen fjord, Unorganized Baffin, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada, North America

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Overview of the city Agadir, Morocco, Africa

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