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Images Dated 2nd May 2001

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Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Milestone at SU 5065 8967

Milestone at SU 5065 8967
View of Oxfordshire countryside showing milestone in foreground and Didcot Power Station beyond. IoE 249968

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: DNK0403Oct56

DNK0403Oct56

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Indy Lights: Race winner Damien Faulkner raises his trophy

Indy Lights: Race winner Damien Faulkner raises his trophy
Race winner Damien Faulkner (IRE) raises his trophy. Dayton Indy Lights, Texas, USA, 29 April 2001. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: WWII Poster 1941

WWII Poster 1941

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Laser tattoo removal

Laser tattoo removal. Computer artwork of the removal of a skull and crossbones tattoo with a laser. The high-energy beam is focused on the tattoo, leaving surrounding tissue intact

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Boston Tea Party, December 16, 1773. Lithograph, 1846, by Nathaniel Currier

Boston Tea Party, December 16, 1773. Lithograph, 1846, by Nathaniel Currier
BOSTON TEA PARTY, 1773. Boston Tea Party, December 16, 1773. Lithograph, 1846, by Nathaniel Currier

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: War Time Notice Bells Gravesend Kent

War Time Notice Bells Gravesend Kent

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Space elevator

Space elevator. Computer artwork of an elevator travelling up into space from the surface of the Earth. The elevator is ascending along super- strong wires that are attached to a base station in

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Spaceship take-off

Spaceship take-off. Computer artwork of a spaceship blasting off from the surface of a hypothetical planet. Lightning, a tornado and a moon (centre right) are seen in the sky behind the spacecraft

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Impossible shape

Impossible shape, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Global communication

Global communications. Conceptual computer artwork of the Earth seen on computer screens, depicting worldwide communications through the Internet

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Mobile phone rage

Mobile phone rage. Conceptual computer artwork of the head of an angry man poking from the screen of a mobile telephone. More phones are seen in the background

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Global drug use

Global drug use. Composite image of drug capsules and a world map

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Water on Mars

Water on Mars. Conceptual computer artwork of an astronaut standing beside a giant tap on the surface of Mars. It is believed that millions of years ago there was water on Mars

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Unlocking genetic code

Unlocking genetic code. Conceptual computer artwork of a strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in an unlocked padlock. This may represent the deciphering of an organisms genome

Background imageImages Dated 2nd May 2001: Sabre-toothed cat

Sabre-toothed cat. Computer artwork of a sabre- toothed cat or tiger (subfamily Machairodontinae) in an icy landscape. This extinct carnivore belongs to a different subfamily to modern tigers


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