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Images Dated 28th November 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Bee, SEM

Bee, SEM
Bee. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified bee. Its large compound eyes (red) are clearly seen. Bees feed on the nectar and pollen produced by flowering plants

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Spider, SEM

Spider, SEM
Spider. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified spider. Four of its eight eyes (red) are seen on its head at upper centre. Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Bee, SEM

Bee, SEM
Bee. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of an unidentified bee. One compound eye (purple) is seen, along with its long antennae (orange, upper centre). Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Semi-Trailer Truck

Semi-Trailer Truck

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Glowing ball UFO over Stonehenge

Glowing ball UFO over Stonehenge
Glowing ball UFO at Stonehenge, computer artwork. Glowing ball UFO reports are common. While such a report may not be satisfactorily explained, there are several possible explanations

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Alien spaceship

Alien spaceship over a forest, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: UFO making a crop circle

UFO making a crop circle
UFO making crop circles, computer artwork. Most of the circles of flattened crops found in fields are made by humans, though some remain unexplained

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Alien spaceship

Alien spaceship in a cloudy sky, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Astronaut in a space warp

Astronaut in a space warp
Astronaut surrounded by lights representing warped space and time, conceptual computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Glowing ball UFO

Glowing ball UFO, computer artwork. Common reports of UFOs include reports of a glowing ball. While such a report may not be satisfactorily explained, there are several possible explanations

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Alien

Alien emerging from a forest, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Alien hand

Alien hand pointing at stars, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Glowing ball UFO

Glowing ball UFO, computer artwork. Common reports of UFOs include reports of a glowing ball. While such a report may not be satisfactorily explained, there are several possible explanations

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Human head

Human head seen from the side, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Mobile phones

Mobile phones
Mobile telephones, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Mobile phones

Mobile phones
Mobile telephones, computer artwork

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Sperm cells, SEM

Sperm cells, SEM
Sperm cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of sperm cells, or spermatozoa. These tiny male sex cells are produced in the testes

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Sperm cells, SEM

Sperm cells, SEM
Sperm cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of sperm cells, or spermatozoa. These tiny male sex cells are produced in the testes

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Colour angiogram of left coronary artery stenosis

Colour angiogram of left coronary artery stenosis

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: John Winthrop, US astronomer

John Winthrop, US astronomer
John Winthrop (1714-1779), American astronomer and physicist. Winthrop established the first experimental physics laboratory in America in 1746

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: William Bartram, US naturalist

William Bartram, US naturalist
William Bartram (1739-1823), American botanist and writer. Bartram was the fifth son of the noted botanist John Bartram. As a child he showed talent for drawing plants

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Moonstone gemstones

Moonstone gemstones. This orthoclase mineral (potassium aluminium silicate) has been cut and polished to produce semi-precious gemstones

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Topaz gemstones

Topaz gemstones

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Earth star mushroom

Earth star mushroom (Geastrum triplex) growing in woodland soil. It has released (puffed) a cloud of reproductive spores (upper centre)

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Bellflower pistil, SEM

Bellflower pistil, SEM
Bellflower pistil. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the pistil of a bellflower plant (Campanula sp.). The pistil is the female reproductive part of a flower

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Orchid flowers, SEM

Orchid flowers, SEM
Orchid flowers. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of flowers of a ladies tresses orchid (Spiranthes sp.). Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Formula One Testing: Ferrari conducted tyre testing for Bridgestone using special tyre temperature

Formula One Testing: Ferrari conducted tyre testing for Bridgestone using special tyre temperature sensors over
Ferrari conducted tyre testing for Bridgestone using special tyre temperature sensors over the tyres. Formula 1 Testing, Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 26-28 November 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 28th November 2002: Formula One Testing: Tonio Liuzzi Williams

Formula One Testing: Tonio Liuzzi Williams
Tonio Liuzzi (ITA) Williams Formula One Testing, Valencia, Spain 28 November 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE


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