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Images Dated 23rd October 2001

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Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: SOCCER Millwall / Bradford 5

SOCCER Millwall / Bradford 5
Millwalls Tim Cahill celebrates with Richard Sadlier (right) after scoring 2nd goal during the Nationwide Division One match at The Den, London, today, Tuesday 23rd October 2001

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Lime Street Station

Lime Street Station
Main entrance to Liverpool Lime Street, one of the first stations to send mail by train. IoE 359020

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Kent authorities have speeded up the traffic marking signs on all secondary roads

Kent authorities have speeded up the traffic marking signs on all secondary roads to aid drivers should there be a general black out enforced

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Mans torso

Mans torso
Naked mans torso

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Solar system

Solar system. Composite computer artwork of the nine planets of the solar system that orbit the Sun (far right). In order of their distance from the Sun and anticlockwise from top right they are

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Rp2Dripscbaa

Rp2Dripscbaa
Giraffes at the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Giraffe Centre, a common tourists centre 14 kilometres from Nairobi browse at dusk with not a single tourist to watch October 23, 2001

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Sam the Basset treats his torrid tongue to a refreshing dousing in a bucket of water

Sam the Basset treats his torrid tongue to a refreshing dousing in a bucket of water after he had taken refreshment from a delicious looking boiled chicken he found on the kitchen table

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Le Mans: The Toyota Team Europe GT-One driven by Allan McNish, Thierry Boutsen

Le Mans: The Toyota Team Europe GT-One driven by Allan McNish, Thierry Boutsen
The Toyota Team Europe GT-One driven by Allan McNish (GBR), Thierry Boutsen (BEL) and Ralf Kelleners (GER) failed to finish when Boutsen suffered a career-ending crash overnight

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: British Formula Three Championship: Race winner Allan McNish West Surrey Racing Ralt RT33 Mugen

British Formula Three Championship: Race winner Allan McNish West Surrey Racing Ralt RT33 Mugen receives some last
Race winner Allan McNish (GBR) West Surrey Racing Ralt RT33 Mugen receives some last minute advice from his race engineer (left) and James Hunt (GBR) (right)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Human chromosomes, SEM

Human chromosomes, SEM
Human chromosomes. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of human chromosomes. Each chrom- osome comprises two identical chromatids joined at a centromere

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Human chromosomes, SEM

Human chromosomes, SEM
Human chromosomes. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two human chromosomes. Chromo- somes are mainly composed of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Human chromosomes, SEM

Human chromosomes, SEM
Human chromosomes. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of human chromosomes. Each chrom- osome comprises two identical chromatids joined at a centromere

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Human chromosomes, SEM

Human chromosomes, SEM
Human chromosomes. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two human chromosomes. Chromo- somes are mainly composed of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Neptune

Neptune
Pluto. Computer artwork of the planet Pluto (left), partially illuminated by the Sun (upper right). Pluto is the most distant planet in the solar system

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Jupiter

Jupiter
Neptune. Computer artwork of the planet Neptune (left), partially illuminated by the Sun (upper right). Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Wormhole

Wormhole. Conceptual computer artwork of a flash of light (upper right), representing a wormhole, and associated phenomena

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Warp speed

Warp speed. Conceptual computer artwork of streaks of stars representing travel at faster-than-light (FTL, superluminal) speeds

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Wormhole

Wormhole. Conceptual computer artwork of a flash of light (upper right), representing a wormhole, and associated phenomena

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Venus

Venus. Computer artwork of a radar map of the surface of the planet Venus (left), partially illuminated by the Sun (upper right)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Great Lakes from space

Great Lakes from space
Great Lakes on the USA/Canada border, seen from space. The Great Lakes cover an area of almost 250, 000 square kilometres, making them the largest expanse of fresh water in the world

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Desert in Chad from space

Desert in Chad from space
Sahara Desert in Chad seen from space. A sandstorm is seen at upper centre (white) over the Djourab region. The winds in this region blow predominantly towards the south-west

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: SOCCER Millwall / Bradford 4

SOCCER Millwall / Bradford 4
Millwalls Tim Cahill (right) celebrates his goal with Richard Sadlier and Marc Bircham (left) during the Nationwide Division One match at The Den, London, today, Tuesday 23rd October 2001

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Silverstone Merge with Octagon: Silverstone announce the plans for a $60 million redevelopment

Silverstone Merge with Octagon: Silverstone announce the plans for a $60 million redevelopment
The new M1-M40 link road still in its early state. Silverstone announce the plans for a $60 million redevelopment. Silverstone, England, 20 June 2001

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Formula One World Championship: There were problems with access to and from the circuit

Formula One World Championship: There were problems with access to and from the circuit
There were problems with access to and from the circuit. British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 11 July 1999

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Formula One World Championship: Test driver Allan McNish was present to drive the Benetton B194

Formula One World Championship: Test driver Allan McNish was present to drive the Benetton B194 for the first time
Test driver Allan McNish (GBR) was present to drive the Benetton B194 for the first time. Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 17 January 1994

Background imageImages Dated 23rd October 2001: Formula Renault Eurocup: Felipe Massa finished 3rd overal

Formula Renault Eurocup: Felipe Massa finished 3rd overal
Felipe Massa (BRA) finished 3rd overal. Formula Renault Eurocup, Spa, Belgium, 11 June 2000


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