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Images Dated 30th September 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Computer graphics of haemoglobin blood substitute

Computer graphics of haemoglobin blood substitute
Computer graphics representation of haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying molecule of blood, constructed during research for a blood substitute at the U.K

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Man Fly-Fishing In River

Man Fly-Fishing In River

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: Ferrari fans

Formula One World Championship: Ferrari fans
Ferrari fans. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, United States Grand Prix, Indianapolis, USA, 29 September 2002. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: Scrutineers use a special camera to measure the cars in parc ferme

Formula One World Championship: Scrutineers use a special camera to measure the cars in parc ferme
Scrutineers use a special camera to measure the cars in parc ferme. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, United States Grand Prix, Indianapolis, USA, 29 September 2002. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Tropical Cyclone Hary

Tropical Cyclone Hary. Satellite image of Tropical Cyclone Hary approaching the coast of Madagascar. The storm affected the northern and eastern shores of Madagascar

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: View of a cyclist wearing an anti-pollution mask

View of a cyclist wearing an anti-pollution mask
MODEL RELEASED. Air pollution mask. Blurred view of the face of a cyclist wearing a mask which protects against air pollution. The main source of air pollution in cities is from car exhausts

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Great Britain and Ireland

Great Britain and Ireland, satellite image. At centre right, silt is seen flowing north from the Thames Estuary towards the North Sea. France is seen at lower right

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: The Ferrari team stand on the pit wall to celebrate what was to be

Formula One World Championship: The Ferrari team stand on the pit wall to celebrate what was to be a controversial 1-2
The Ferrari team stand on the pit wall to celebrate what was to be a controversial 1-2 finish. United States Grand Prix, Rd16, Indianapolis, USA. 29 September 2002. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: BAR Honda 004

Formula One World Championship: BAR Honda 004
BAR Honda 004. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, United States Grand Prix, Indianapolis, USA, 29 September 2002. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: Martin Brundle ITV Commentator speaks with David Coulthard McLaren

Formula One World Championship: Martin Brundle ITV Commentator speaks with David Coulthard McLaren
(L-R) Martin Brundle (GBR) ITV Commentator speaks with David Coulthard (GBR) McLaren. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, United States Grand Prix, Indianapolis, USA, 29 September 2002. BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th September 2002: Formula One World Championship: Paolo Martinelli Ferrari Engine Director

Formula One World Championship: Paolo Martinelli Ferrari Engine Director, Race winner Rubens Barrichello Ferrari
(L-R) Paolo Martinelli (ITA) Ferrari Engine Director, Race winner Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Ferrari and David Coulthard (GBR) McLaren, celebrate on the podium


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