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Images Dated 14th August 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Winter Scene

Winter Scene

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Black And White Of Wind Generators With Cloud In Background

Black And White Of Wind Generators With Cloud In Background

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Canoe At Edge Of Mountain Lake, Shuswap, British Columbia, Canada

Canoe At Edge Of Mountain Lake, Shuswap, British Columbia, Canada

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Astronaut on Moon with Earth

Astronaut on Moon with Earth

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Great crested newt

Great crested newt (Triturus cristata) underwater. It is named for the large crest that develops on the backs of the males in the mating season

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Model of a neanderthal woman holding a baby

Model of a neanderthal woman holding a baby
Neanderthal woman. Model of a neanderthal woman (Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) holding a baby wrapped in animal skins. Neanderthals were early humans that lived in Europe

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Cyclist Going Off Jump Into Water

Cyclist Going Off Jump Into Water

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Pump

Pump
Mid C19 cast iron pump with a long curved handle and spout. IoE 399999

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Marigold pollen grain, SEM

Marigold pollen grain, SEM
Marigold pollen grain. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a pollen grain from a marigold plant (family Compositae)

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: At Home with Anthony Davidson: Anthony Davidson at Home, Brackley, Northants, England. 2000

At Home with Anthony Davidson: Anthony Davidson at Home, Brackley, Northants, England. 2000
Anthony Davidson (GBR). Anthony Davidson at Home, Brackley, Northants, England. 2000

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Formula One World Championship: Jim Clark Lotus Ford 49, 6th place

Formula One World Championship: Jim Clark Lotus Ford 49, 6th place
Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus Ford 49, 6th place. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, Belgian Grand Prix, Spa Francorchamps, Belgium. 18 June 1967. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Semi-Trailer Truck

Semi-Trailer Truck

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Cone shell harpoon, SEM

Cone shell harpoon, SEM
Cone shell harpoon. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the venomous harpoon of a cone shell (Conus sp.), a type of marine snail

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Planet Neptune, showing weather patterns

Planet Neptune, showing weather patterns
Clouds on Neptune. Planet Neptune, showing weather patterns in its atmosphere. Neptune appears mostly blue because of absorption of red light by methane gas in its atmosphere

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Human diseases

Human diseases. Artwork of a male silhouetted figure, surrounded by various disease-causing organisms. The mosquito (Anopheles gambiae, upper left) transmits a parasitic protozoan it bites

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Human diseases

Human diseases. Artwork of a male silhouetted figure and a hypodermic syringe, surrounded by various disease-causing organisms

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Cam wheel, SEM

Cam wheel, SEM
Cam wheel. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a microscopic cam wheel. This mechanical device is used to transform circular motion into irregular or intermittent motion

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Purkinje nerve cell, SEM

Purkinje nerve cell, SEM
Purkinje nerve cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Purkinje nerve cell from the cerebellum of the brain

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Genetic modification

Genetic modification, conceptual artwork. Human figures and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, upper left to bottom right corner), which carries the genetic code. Chromosomes are seen at top left corner

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Genetic code

Genetic code. Conceptual computer artwork of a male figure seen against autoradiograms of genetic sequences, representing the genetic code

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Triceratops dinosaur skull

Triceratops dinosaur skull. Three-dimensional scan of the skull of a Triceratops dinosaur. This was produced for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Triceratops dinosaur skull

Triceratops dinosaur skull

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Model of a neanderthal man

Model of a neanderthal man

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Valium molecule

Valium molecule
Diazepam. Computer graphic of a molecule of diaze- pam, also known commercially as valium, a tranqu- illiser drug. The molecules atoms are colour- coded: carbon (C) is blue, hydrogen (H) is white

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2002: Sutton Motorsport Images Staff Photos: Edd Hartley Sutton Motorsport Images Digital Technician

Sutton Motorsport Images Staff Photos: Edd Hartley Sutton Motorsport Images Digital Technician
Edd Hartley (GBR) Sutton Motorsport Images Digital Technician. Sutton Motorsport Images Staff Photos, Towcester, England, 14 August 2002


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