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Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Kitzbuhel, Austria. 1983. Riccardo Patrese and wife Susi participate in a skiing event during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Kitzbuhel, Austria. 1983. Riccardo Patrese on the ski slopes during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Venice, Italy. 1983. Riccardo Patrese enjoys himself windsurfing during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Kitzbuhel, Austria. 1983. Riccardo Patrese is lifted into the air on the ski slopes during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: 1983 - RICCARDO PATRESE PILOTA BRABHAM BMW AL SESTRIERE PER LA SETTIMANA F1 SUGLI SCI. © FOTO ERCOLE COLOMBO during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Padova, Italy. 1983. Riccardo Patrese and his wife Susi during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Grooved brain coral (Diploria labyrinthiformis) at night with polyps extended to feed

Grooved brain coral (Diploria labyrinthiformis) at night with polyps extended to feed, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, British West Indies. Caribbean Sea

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Kitzbuhel, Austria. 1983. Riccardo Patrese on the ski slopes during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Riccardo Patrese leans from a train windo, while on holiday in Peru, 1983 during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983

1983 Racing Drivers At Home 1983
APRIL 16: Padova, Italy. 1983. Riccardo Patrese and his wife Susi during the Racing Drivers At Home 1983 on April 16, 2003. (Photo by Ercole Colombo / Studio Colombo)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Bombardier CRJ700 Lufthansa

Bombardier CRJ700 Lufthansa
Lufthansa CRJ 700 taking off from BHX in the early morning sun

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: A Kent police officer with his bicycle. 26th July 1952

A Kent police officer with his bicycle. 26th July 1952

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Perentie Goanna / Perenty Monitor Lizard Close up of foot Alice Springs, Nthn Territory, Australia

Perentie Goanna / Perenty Monitor Lizard Close up of foot Alice Springs, Nthn Territory, Australia
DH-3153 Perentie Monitor Lizard / Goanna - Close up of foot Alice Springs, Nthn Territory, Australia Varanus giganteus Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Magyarosaurus sp. & Cetiosaurus oxoniensis

Magyarosaurus sp. & Cetiosaurus oxoniensis
Magyarosaurus was a titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Transylvania, Romania. Cetiosaurus was an early sauropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic of England

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Coloured SEM of barbules on a swallow feather

Coloured SEM of barbules on a swallow feather
Feather barbules. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of barbule hooks on a feather from a swallow, (Hirundo sp.)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Corcovado, Christ the Redeemer statue designed by Landowski

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Corcovado, Christ the Redeemer statue designed by Landowski and built by Heitor da Silva Costa from 1926 to 1931, with funds raised from donations

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: South America, Brazil

South America, Brazil
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro- Capuchin mother and baby in the wild of the military reserve area near Sugar Loaf mountain

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro- view of Copacabana beach from Sugar Loaf mountain

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro- view of Copacabana beach from Sugar Loaf mountain

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Optical image of open star cluster NGC 6231

Optical image of open star cluster NGC 6231
Star cluster NGC 6231. True-colour optical image of the open star cluster NGC 6231 (upper centre) in the constellation Scorpius

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Optical image of the Tarantula nebula in Dorado

Optical image of the Tarantula nebula in Dorado
Tarantula nebula. True-colour optical image of the Tarantula nebula (NGC 2070, 30 Doradonis) in the constellation Dorado. This immense nebula is not actually in our galaxy, the Milky Way, at all

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Optical image of the star cluster IC 2391 in Vela

Optical image of the star cluster IC 2391 in Vela

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Starfield centred on the Southern Cross

Starfield centred on the Southern Cross
Splendid starfield centred on the constellation of the Southern Cross. It shows a region of the Milky Way extremely rich in star clusters, dark and bright nebulae (pink)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Optical image of the Rosette nebula NGC 2237-2239

Optical image of the Rosette nebula NGC 2237-2239
Rosette nebula. True-colour optical image of the Rosette nebula (NGC 2237-2239). This nebula is about 2600 light years away, and lies in the constellation Monoceros

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Evolution of communications

Evolution of communications. Conceptual computer artwork illustrating progress in communications technology. Prehistoric cave art develops into a mobile phone

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Alzheimers disease

Alzheimers disease. Conceptual computer artwork of an elderly man with Alzheimers disease. The image represents the alienation caused by the resulting memory loss and disorientation

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Artwork of a normal human skeleton

Artwork of a normal human skeleton
Artwork showing a normal human skeleton. The average human adult skeleton is composed of 213 bones joined with ligaments and tendons to form a protective

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Hands with petri dishes with Aspergillus cultures

Hands with petri dishes with Aspergillus cultures

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Artwork showing arthritis of a thumb joint

Artwork showing arthritis of a thumb joint
Arthritis. Artwork of a joint in the thumb affected by arthritis. The area of pain and inflammation is highlighted in orange

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Glass of water with sliced lemon

Glass of water with sliced lemon. Lemon is a good source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Glass of water

Glass of water

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Glass of water

Glass of water

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Cranberry juice

Cranberry juice in a glass with ice. Cranberry juice is a good source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). It is sometimes recommended to those suffering from cystitis (urinary tract infection)

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Christmas lights

Christmas lights

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Christmas lights

Christmas lights. Decorative coloured electrical lights in the shape of a Christmas tree

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Open book

Open book

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Soap bubbles

Soap bubbles

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Genetic research

Genetic research

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Genetic research

Genetic research. Helices of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) over a DNA autoradiogram. DNA consists of a helix formed by twisting sugar-phosphate strands joined by pairs of four types of nucleotide base

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Genetic research

Genetic research using a DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) autoradiogram. The bands (black) of the autoradiogram reveal the genetic data encoded in a sample of DNA

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: 3 schematic illustrations of DNA structure

3 schematic illustrations of DNA structure

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Genetic research

Genetic research

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Diamonds

Diamonds

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Evolution

Evolution. Conceptual computer artwork representing the evolution of modern humans (Homo sapiens) from ape-like ancestors

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Potted cactus plant

Potted cactus plant. Potted silver torch cactus (Cleistocactus strausii). This cactus originates from South America. It forms narrow (6-centimetre- wide) columns up to 2.4 metres high

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Cactus plant spines

Cactus plant spines
Cactus plant. Tip of a polka dot cactus plant (Opuntia microdasys). This cactus originates from Mexico. It grows up to 90 centimetres high and spreads nearly 2 metres wide if allowed

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Cactus plant spines

Cactus plant spines
Cactus plant. Tip of a silver torch cactus plant (Cleistocactus strausii). This cactus originates from South America. It forms narrow (6-centimetre- wide) columns up to 2.4 metres high

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Potted cactus plant

Potted cactus plant. Potted polka dot cactus (Opuntia microdasys). This cactus originates from Mexico. It grows up to 90 centimetres high and spreads nearly 2 metres wide if allowed

Background imageImages Dated 16th April 2003: Tea rose

Tea rose (Rosa odorata). This ornamental garden plant is widely cultivated for its attractive and sweet-smelling flowers



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