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Images Dated 10th October 2001

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Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Shark attack

Shark attack. Artwork of a great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) attacking the legs of a bather. The great white is the largest of the flesh-eating sharks

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: French Polynesia, Bora Bora, Calm Ocean With Beach Ball Foreground Patch Of Sand Background Blue

French Polynesia, Bora Bora, Calm Ocean With Beach Ball Foreground Patch Of Sand Background Blue Sky Clouds

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Spiders body surface, SEM

Spiders body surface, SEM
Spiders body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the body surface of an unidentified spider (order Araneae). Magnification: x280 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Alaska, Inside Passage, Admiralty Island, Close-Up Of Fluke Calm Ocean

Alaska, Inside Passage, Admiralty Island, Close-Up Of Fluke Calm Ocean, Sunset Orange Sky Reflections (Megaptera Novaeangliae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Racing driver Jackie Stewart, injured in the Belgiam Grand Prix, left St Thomass Hospital today

Racing driver Jackie Stewart, injured in the Belgiam Grand Prix, left St Thomass Hospital today. Jackie Stewart, a 26 year old Scot, who drives ffor BRM

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Fly proboscis, SEM

Fly proboscis, SEM
Fly proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis (snout) of an unidentified fly (order Diptera). Flies possess mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Female mosquito, SEM

Female mosquito, SEM
Female mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the underside of an unidentified female mosquito (family Culicidae). The large compound eyes (pink) dominate the head

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Surface of mosquito, SEM

Surface of mosquito, SEM
Mosquito body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of overlapping scales on the body surface of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Horse fly, SEM

Horse fly, SEM
Horse fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a horse fly (Tabanus sp.), seen in profile. One of its large compound eyes is clearly seen here

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of an unidentified moth. It is covered in scales, as well as sensory hairs that sense movement and smell

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Surface of mosquito, SEM

Surface of mosquito, SEM
Mosquito body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of overlapping scales on the body surface of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Surface of mosquito, SEM

Surface of mosquito, SEM
Mosquito body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of overlapping scales on the body surface of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of an unidentified moth. It is covered in scales (brown) and carries sensory hairs (yellow) that sense movement and smell

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of an unidentified moth. It is covered in sensory hairs that sense movement and smell

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Bee head, SEM

Bee head, SEM
Bee. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified bee (superfamily Apoidea). One of its large compound eyes (centre) is clearly seen here

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Flys proboscis, SEM

Flys proboscis, SEM
Flys proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis (snout) of an unidentified fly (order Diptera). Flies possess mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of an unidentified moth. It is covered in sensory hairs that sense movement and smell

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Mosquito proboscis, SEM

Mosquito proboscis, SEM
Mosquito proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth fly antenna, SEM

Moth fly antenna, SEM
Moth fly antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of a moth fly, or owl midge, (Psychoda sp.). The antenna is covered with sensory hairs that allow the fly to smell food

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Female mosquito, SEM

Female mosquito, SEM
Female mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head (upper right) of an unidentified female mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth head, SEM

Moth head, SEM
Moth head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified moth. The two large compound eyes (red) dominate the head. Two long antennae are mounted on the top of the head

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Hover fly proboscis, SEM

Hover fly proboscis, SEM
Hover fly proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis (snout) of a hover fly (family Syrphidae). Flies possess mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Moth antenna, SEM

Moth antenna, SEM
Moth antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the antenna of an unidentified moth. It is covered in scales, as well as sensory hairs that sense movement and smell

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Male mosquito, SEM

Male mosquito, SEM
Male mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified male mosquito (family Culicidae). One of the large compound eyes (pink) is at upper right

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Horse fly, SEM

Horse fly, SEM
Horse fly. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a horse fly (Tabanus sp.). Its large compound eyes (pink) are clearly seen here

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Pluto and Charon

Pluto and Charon
Pluto. Computer artwork of the surface of Pluto, with the Sun (lower left) and Plutos moon Charon (centre right) seen in the sky

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300

Barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300, computer artwork. This galaxy lies around 75 million light years from Earth in the constellation Eridanus. The central bar is some 150, 000 light years wide

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Eta Cassiopeiae planet

Eta Cassiopeiae planet. Computer artwork of a hypothetical planet orbiting the Sun-like star Eta Cassiopeiae A (out of frame to the left)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Sigma Draconis planet

Sigma Draconis planet. Computer artwork of a hypothetical planet orbiting the star Sigma Draconis (out of frame at top left)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: 70 Ophiuchi planet

70 Ophiuchi planet. Computer artwork of a hypothetical gas giant planet orbiting one of the stars in the 70 Ophiuchi binary star system, seen from its moon

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Supernova in galaxy NGC 1300

Supernova in galaxy NGC 1300
Supernova. Computer artwork of a supernova (pink) in the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300. A supernova is the explosive death of a star, which for a short while can outshine an entire galaxy

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Blood clot, SEM

Blood clot, SEM
Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot. Red blood cells, also known as erythrocytes (red), are seen enmeshed in filaments of fibrin protein (white)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Blood clot, SEM

Blood clot, SEM
Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of clotted human blood. A clot forms as a result of blood coagulation processes

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Red blood cells, SEM

Red blood cells, SEM
Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot. Red blood cells, also known as erythrocytes (red), are seen enmeshed in filaments of fibrin protein (pink)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Red blood cells, SEM

Red blood cells, SEM
Red blood cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of red blood cells, also known as erythrocytes. These disc-shaped cells are the most abundant cell type in human blood

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Orchid petal, SEM

Orchid petal, SEM
Orchid petal. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of the petal of an orchid flower (Cymbidium sp. )

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Pansy petal, SEM

Pansy petal, SEM
Pansy petal. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a pansy flower petal (Viola tricolor). The petal is covered in tiny epidermal hairs (cone-shaped objects)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Cosmos flower, SEM

Cosmos flower, SEM
Cosmos flower. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Cosmos sp. flower. The head of the flower is actually a composite of many smaller flowers (florets)

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Toyota Atlantic Championship: Joey Hand DSTP Motorsports

Toyota Atlantic Championship: Joey Hand DSTP Motorsports
Joey Hand (USA) DSTP Motorsports Toyota Atlantic Championship, Houston 7 October 2001 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 10th October 2001: Formula One World Championship: Damon Hill Williams FW17B had a miserable race spinning into

Formula One World Championship: Damon Hill Williams FW17B had a miserable race spinning into retirement in the closing
Damon Hill (GBR) Williams FW17B had a miserable race spinning into retirement in the closing stages. Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 29 October 1995


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