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Images Dated 25th October 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Automotive 2002: Automotive 2002

Automotive 2002: Automotive 2002
OCTOBER 25: BMW 1500, 1962 during the Automotive 2002 on October 25, 2002. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: A room in the Museo Campano in Capua; bucchero and ceramic vases are displayed here

A room in the Museo Campano in Capua; bucchero and ceramic vases are displayed here Capua Museo Campano. Date of Photograph:1960

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Engraving of Claudius Ptolemy (ad c100-170)

Engraving of Claudius Ptolemy (ad c100-170)
Sixteenth century engraving of Claudius Ptolemy (AD c100-170), an Egyptian, or possibly Greek, astronomer, using a quadrant and being guided by the muse Astronomy

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Illustration of nose & nasal mucosa

Illustration of nose & nasal mucosa

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Thorny devil lizard {Moloch horridus} Gnaraloo, Western Australia

Thorny devil lizard {Moloch horridus} Gnaraloo, Western Australia

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Automotive 2002: Automotive 2002

Automotive 2002: Automotive 2002
OCTOBER 25: BMW 1500, 1962 during the Automotive 2002 on October 25, 2002. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Valentino Rossi Peugeot 206 WRC Test: Valentino Rossi and co-driver Carlo Casssina get up to speed

Valentino Rossi Peugeot 206 WRC Test: Valentino Rossi and co-driver Carlo Casssina get up to speed in the Peugeot 206
Valentino Rossi (ITA) and co-driver Carlo Casssina (ITA) get up to speed in the Peugeot 206 WRC that they will use to contest the Network Q RAC Rally this November

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Cajas National Park (3000 - 4, 400m) established in 1996 to protect this High Andean Param fauna

Cajas National Park (3000 - 4, 400m) established in 1996 to protect this High Andean Param fauna
Cajas National Park (3000-4, 400m) established in 1996 to protect this High Andean Paramo fauna and flora as well as the hydro Resources (235 lakes/lagoons), West of Cuenca, Southern Andes, Ecuador

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: People queuing for fish and chips Margate 1966

People queuing for fish and chips Margate 1966

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Smart methanol fuel cell

Smart methanol fuel cell
Fuel cell. Hand holding a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC), a chemical reactor that converts methanol and water into electricity. DMFCs are more efficient and cleaner than conventional batteries

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Smart methanol fuel cell

Smart methanol fuel cell
Fuel cell. Researcher using a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) to power a compact disc (CD) player. The DMFC is a chemical reactor that converts methanol and water into electricity

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Artwork of a space colony on the surface of Mars

Artwork of a space colony on the surface of Mars
Mars base. Artwork of a base on Mars, with astronauts working on a rocket beside it. A manned base on Mars could be constructed from prefabricated sections brought from Earth or from materials

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Smallpox variola viruses

Smallpox variola viruses
Smallpox virus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Orthopoxvirus variola viruses, the causative agent of smallpox

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Dr Craig Venter

Dr Craig Venter

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Male technician examines DNA fingerprints

Male technician examines DNA fingerprints
MODEL RELEASED. DNA fingerprinting. Male technician examines a DNA sequencing autoradiogram or " genetic fingerprint"

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: F / col TEM of Clostridium tetani bacterium

F / col TEM of Clostridium tetani bacterium
False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the bacterium Clostridium tetani, a Gram- positive, spore-forming, anaerobic bacillus (rod- shaped bacterium) that causes tetanus

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Visualisation of quark structure of carbon

Visualisation of quark structure of carbon
Quark structure of the carbon nucleus. Computer visualisation of the nucleus of a carbon atom. The most common isotope, carbon-12, consists of six protons and six neutrons

Background imageImages Dated 25th October 2002: Formula One World Championship: Jordan Open Day Print 2002

Formula One World Championship: Jordan Open Day Print 2002
Takuma Sato (JPN) Jordan. Jordan Open Day Print 2002


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