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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. The Lister Storm of Jamie

2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. The Lister Storm of Jamie
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. Race winners Jean-Denis Deletraz/Andrea Piccini
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Sand storm over Canary Islands

Sand storm over Canary Islands
Sand storm. True-colour satellite image of a sand storm from the Sahara Desert, Africa (right), over the Canary Islands (centre to centre left) in the Atlantic Ocean. North is at top

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Tropical Storm Lane

Tropical Storm Lane, true-colour satellite image. This cyclonic storm began as Tropical Depression 14-E on 5 September 2000, over the Pacific Ocean around 200 miles off the Mexican coast

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. The Team Veloqx Ferrari 360 Modena of Ivan
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. The JMB Racing Ferrari 360 Modena of Christian
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: 2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002

2002 European Touring Car Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: open-uri20120928-2124-1akb8yx

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2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. Jamie Campbell-Walter/Nicolaus Springer, took 3rd for the Lister Storm team

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: open-uri20120928-2124-urdt14

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2002 FIA GT Championship Estoril, Portugal. 19th - 20th October 2002. The Lister Storm of Jamie Campbell-Walter/Nicolaus Springer, action

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Short-eared Owl perched, Asio flammeus

Short-eared Owl perched, Asio flammeus

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Springtail body surface, SEM

Springtail body surface, SEM
Springtail body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the body surface of a springtail insect (order Collembola). The hairs (setae) and scales are typical of this group

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Cyclops sp. copepod, SEM

Cyclops sp. copepod, SEM
Cyclops sp. copepod. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freshwater copepod (Cyclops sp.). The head of the animal is at upper left

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Springtail body surface, SEM

Springtail body surface, SEM
Springtail body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the body surface of a springtail insect (order Collembola). The hairs (setae) and scales are typical of this group

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Caterpillar, SEM

Caterpillar, SEM
Caterpillar. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of an unidentified caterpillar. Caterpillars are the larval forms of butterflies and moths (order Lepidoptera)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Caterpillar spines, SEM

Caterpillar spines, SEM
Caterpillar spines. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of spines on a unidentified caterpillar. Caterpillars are the larval forms of butterflies and moths (order Lepidoptera)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Caterpillar, SEM

Caterpillar, SEM
Caterpillar. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of an unidentified caterpillar. Caterpillars are the larval forms of butterflies and moths (order Lepidoptera)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Fly, SEM

Fly, SEM
Fly. Coloured SEM (scanning electron micrograph) of an unidentified fly. Its short antennae are seen between its compound eyes (red). Magnification: x28 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Dog hair, SEM

Dog hair, SEM
Dog hair. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of hairs (deep red) emerging from the skin of a dog. The outer layer of each hair is made up of overlapping scales

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Red blood cell crenation, SEM

Red blood cell crenation, SEM
Red blood cell crenation. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two red blood cells (erythrocytes). The cell on the bottom is normal

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Red blood cell crenation, SEM

Red blood cell crenation, SEM
Red blood cell crenation. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two red blood cells (erythrocytes). The cell on the bottom is normal

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Red blood cells, SEM

Red blood cells, SEM
Red blood cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of red blood cells (erythrocytes). These cells have a biconcave disc shape and a flexible structure

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: River Nile

River Nile, true-colour satellite image. North is at top. Water is blue, deserts are brown, clouds are white. The lower reaches of the River Nile flow through Egypts deserts before reaching

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Computer model of a molecule of vanillin

Computer model of a molecule of vanillin
Vanillin. Computer model of a molecule of vanillin (formula: C8H8O3). The atoms are spherical and colour-coded: carbon (blue), hydrogen (white) and oxygen (red)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: TEM of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria

TEM of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria
Staphylococcus bacteria. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of sectioned Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus are Gram- positive coccal (spherical) bacteria

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Pollen, SEM

Pollen, SEM
Pollen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of pollen grains on a catkin flower. A catkin is a spike of unisexual flowers with small leaves (bracts) instead of petals

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Dandelion clock

Dandelion clock
Dandelion seeds. Close-up of seeds leaving the seed-head (or " clock" ) of the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Rose thorn, SEM

Rose thorn, SEM
Rose thorn. Coloured scanning electron micrograph of a thorn on an unidentified rose plant (Rosa sp. ). Magnification: x9 at 6x7cm size

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2002: Formula One World Championship: Race winner and World Champion for the second time Graham Hill

Formula One World Championship: Race winner and World Champion for the second time Graham Hill Lotus enjoys a champagne
Race winner and World Champion for the second time Graham Hill (GBR) Lotus enjoys a champagne moment with the girl beside him on the podium. Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City, 3 November 1968


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