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Images Dated 21st November 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: 7-9 years, archival, barbed wire, black & white, black + white, black and white, brunette

7-9 years, archival, barbed wire, black & white, black + white, black and white, brunette
7-9 years, archival, barbed wire, black & white, black + white, black, Vintage Black & White, 86498304

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Tokamak-6 fusion research reactor, Kurchatov Inst

Tokamak-6 fusion research reactor, Kurchatov Inst
Nuclear fusion research. View of Tokamak 6, a nuclear fusion research reactor. The ring-shaped tokamak design (also known as a torus) is most favoured by nuclear fusion researchers

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Soft coral

Soft coral

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: 1-2 years, 3-4 years, archival, black & white, black + white, black and white, boy

1-2 years, 3-4 years, archival, black & white, black + white, black and white, boy
1-2 years, 3-4 years, archival, black & white, black + white, black a, Vintage Black & White, 86498299

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: JOHN UPDIKE (1932-2009). American writer

JOHN UPDIKE (1932-2009). American writer

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe (Woodie), 1950, Green, white roof

Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe (Woodie), 1950, Green, white roof
Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe (Woodie) 1950 Green white roof

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Sponge spicule, SEM

Sponge spicule, SEM
Sponge spicule. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a spicule from a sponge (order Porifera). A sponge is a primitive aquatic organism that filters food from the water

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Edible crab

Edible crab (Cancer pagurus) in kelp (green, order Laminariales). This is the largest European crab, its shell reaching widths of up to 25 centimetres. It also possesses large, black-tipped pincers

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Harlequin shrimp

Harlequin shrimp (Hymenocera picta, upper centre) turning over a starfish (Fromia monilis). The harlequin shrimp turns live starfish upside-down, so that they can not get away

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Sea urchins

Sea urchins

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Wood mouse leaping

Wood mouse leaping
Wood mouse. High-speed photograph of a wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus, in mid-leap. This mainly nocturnal mouse is a good climber. It is found in deciduous woods, cultivated land and orchards

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Pink anemone fish

Pink anemone fish

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Butterfly fish

Butterfly fish
Masked or lemon butterfly fish (Chaetodon semilarvatus). These fish have flattened bodies and small protruding mouths with which they pick at the small crustaceans, polyps, worms and algae they eat

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: False clown anemone fish

False clown anemone fish (Amphiprion ocellaris) among the tentacles of its host sea anemone (Heteractis magnifica). This fish lives in a symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationship with the anemone

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Potato cod with diver

Potato cod with diver
MODEL RELEASED. Potato cod (Epinephelus tukula) with a scuba diver. Despite its name this fish is actually a grouper. It is found near reefs in the Indo-Pacific, feeding on other fish, skate

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Blackspotted rubberlip fish

Blackspotted rubberlip fish (Plectorhinchus gaterinus). These fish are found in large groups on coastal reefs, sand banks and near estuaries in the western Indian Ocean

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Earth seen above a city on the Moon

Earth seen above a city on the Moon

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Artwork of a city in a crater on the Moon

Artwork of a city in a crater on the Moon
Moon base. Artwork of the Earth and Sun in the sky above a future base in a crater on the Moon. A radio dish can be seen on the craters rim, used for communicating with Earth

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Pearl between teeth

Pearl between teeth. Conceptual image of a pearl held between a womans teeth. This could represent teeth that are clean, healthy, white, polished or " pearly"

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Coloured radar image of Venus eastern hemisphere

Coloured radar image of Venus eastern hemisphere
Venus. Coloured radar map of the eastern hemisphere of Venus. The map was created using data gathered by the Magellan radar-mapping spacecraft in 1990-94

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: SEM of a hooks and loops fastener

SEM of a hooks and loops fastener
False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a hooks and loops fastener. It is made of a nylon material manufactured in two separate pieces

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Liradiscus sp. diatom. This is a planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Cottonwood tree in a mixed pine and fir forest

Cottonwood tree in a mixed pine and fir forest

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Triceratium favus diatom. This is a marine planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Stephanopyxis turris diatom. This is a marine planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Biddulphia laevis diatom. This is a marine planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified diatom. This is a planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Diatom alga, SEM

Diatom alga, SEM
Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified diatom. This is a planktonic unicellular alga. It has a mineralised cell wall (frustule) divided into two halves

Background imageImages Dated 21st November 2002: Formula One World Championship: Local privateer Dave Charlton Lucky Strike Lotus 72 retired

Formula One World Championship: Local privateer Dave Charlton Lucky Strike Lotus 72 retired on the third lap with a
Local privateer Dave Charlton (RSA) Lucky Strike Lotus 72 retired on the third lap with a fuel pump failure. South African Grand Prix, Kyalami, 4 March 1972


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