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Images Dated 11th September 1991

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Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Rosie the pig who roams the New Forest in Hampshire seen here scratching herself against

Rosie the pig who roams the New Forest in Hampshire seen here scratching herself against a tree September 1991 © Mirrorpix

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Total solar eclipse

Total solar eclipse
The large, shining corona of the Sun, seen during the total solar eclipse of 11 July 1991 from Baja Caifornia, Mexico. The visible corona is in fact the overlapping K-corona and F-corona

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front)

Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front), Crystal Ward and James Bowers measure Huddersfield Towns pitch in a pioneering education project

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Rosie the pig who roams the New Forest in Hampshire September 1991 A©Mirrorpix

Rosie the pig who roams the New Forest in Hampshire September 1991 A©Mirrorpix
Rosie the pig who roams the New Forest in Hampshire September 1991 © Mirrorpix

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Princess Eugenie September 1991 seen walking with her mother Sarah Ferguson

Princess Eugenie September 1991 seen walking with her mother Sarah Ferguson

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Marquess of Blandford arriving at Beaconsfield Court DBase

Marquess of Blandford arriving at Beaconsfield Court DBase

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Selina Scott in a Grampian television studio. 11th September 1991

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front)

Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front), Crystal Ward and James Bowers measure Huddersfield Towns pitch in a pioneering education project

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front)

Learning through football... Holmfirth Junior School pupils Sophie Carr (front), Crystal Ward and James Bowers measure Huddersfield Towns pitch in a pioneering education project

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Princess Eugenie walking with her nanny on Princess Beatrces first day at school

Princess Eugenie walking with her nanny on Princess Beatrces first day at school

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: F / col TEM of Corynebacterium diphtheria

F / col TEM of Corynebacterium diphtheria
False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Corynebacterium diphtheria, showing a number of the Gram-positive, non-sporing

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: Branhamella catarrhalis bacteria

Branhamella catarrhalis bacteria
False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Branhamella catarrhalis, formerly known as Neisseria catarrhalis, a species of Gram- negative bacteria which exists as one of the commonest

Background imageImages Dated 11th September 1991: TEM of dividing staphylococcus aureus

TEM of dividing staphylococcus aureus
False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Staphylococcus aureus, showing a bacterium in the process of division by binary fission


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