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The specimen is mounted on a flat slide, set in place on the specimen table, and lit from below. Sometimes filters are used to polarize or alter the color of the light. 36 (c) 2011 Dorling Kindersley. All Rights Reserved. Six microscope lenses Specimen table Light source Magnified image displayed on monitor Electron beam generator EXPLORING THE HUMAN BODY False-color SEM image of blood cells SEM images have revolutionized the way we see and think of our own bodies. They allow us to see beyond the limits of visible light and produce images at magnifications of many thousands of times.

Four years later, he launched the first Polaroid camera, using a self-portrait to show how the peel-apart process worked. INSTANT MINI PHOTOS Pop-up viewfinder Credit-card sized instant photo Folding lens and bellows unit READY IN A MINUTE The Model 95 (1948) was Polaroid’s first instant-picture camera. After taking a picture, you pulled a sheet out of the camera, waited a minute while processing took place, then peeled away the top layer to reveal the image. Pictures were black and white at first – color did not arrive until 1963.

All Rights Reserved. One of the problems with photographing the night sky is that stars and planets do not stand still. They move across the sky as Earth rotates. This has the effect of creating light trails when using the long exposures that may be necessary. To avoid this, scientists attach the telescope to a special mount that has a slow­ motion drive that pans the telescope against Earth’s rotation. This freezes the movement of objects in the sky, as if Earth were standing still. Radio antenna sends pictures back to Earth Aperture door opens to admit incoming light rays Hasselblad SWC FIRST CAMERAS ON THE MOON Neil Armstrong’s picture of Buzz Aldrin’s 1969 moonwalk is perhaps the most famous photo of all time.

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