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1 Neil_Armstrong_Man_Walks_on_Moon_3068.jpg
Neil Armstrong

Man Walks on Moon

2 Voyager_Earth_from_6_billion_kilome_3066.jpg

Earth from 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles) away.

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4 Lennart_Nilsson_Human_and_animal_embryos_an_1275.jpg
Lennart Nilsson

Human and animal embryos and fetuses: An 18-week-old monkey embryo, startlingly similar to a slightly younger human one.

5 William_Anders_This_photo_was_taken_during_3014.jpg
William Anders

This photo was taken during the Apollo 8 mission and was the first photo of the entire earth from space. It is said to have launched the environmental movement by making people realize how beautiful and precious our planet is.

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Space Walk


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Nikola Tesla in the laboratory

9 Jean-Michel_Turpin_Medical_staff_attempts_to_s_1325.jpg
Jean-Michel Turpin

Clamart 1997
The leg of the child, which after birth weighed 470 grams

10 Nicole_Ottawa_A_micro-submarine_travels_t_1416.jpg
Nicole Ottawa

A micro-submarine travels through a human artery. The submarine was made by a micro technology firm in Duisburg, Germany, using a technique by which three-dimensional objects can be created directly from a computer program, by means of laser beams. Equipped with appropriate instruments, such submarines will in future be able to detect defects in internal organs.

Last updated: 2018-10-21

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