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Images Dated 4th April 2003

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Choose from 64 pictures in our Images Dated 4th April 2003 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Aerial firework display over Tower Bridge, London Featured 4 Apr 2003 Print

Aerial firework display over Tower Bridge, London

Fireworks. Multi-coloured aerial fireworkdisplay at night over Tower Bridge (at centre) inLondon, Great Britain. Fireworks consist of aninflammable substance, such as charcoal orsulphur, mixed with an oxygen-giving chemical, such as potassium chlorate or perchlorate. Thiscombination leads to a very vigorous combustionwhich leads to an explosion. The colours of thefirework explosions can be altered by addingvarious metals; these burn with a particularlight. Tower Bridge was built during 1886-94 and, because of its distinctive shape, has become amajor tourist attraction

© Francoise Sauze/Science Photo Library

RFA Fort Victoria Featured 4 Apr 2003 Print

RFA Fort Victoria

RFA Fort Victoria on operations in the Middle East.
Fort Victoria and Fort George combine the functions of fleet oilers and stores ships. Being large and adaptable they are equipped with an expansive flight deck, supported by hangars for three Sea King-sized helicopters. This class can embark and support both anti-submarine helicopters and troop-carrying Sea King Mk4 helicopters, which can transfer large amounts of stores to other ships.
For dual-purpose replenishment rigs are fitted amidships, enabling transfer of fuel and stores to two ships simultaneously. Both can fuel vessels over the stern. The variety of tasks that these vessels can be employed upon is reflected in their complements. The ship's company of RFA officers and ratings is supplemented by civilian Warship Support Agency staff and RN personnel who maintain the weapons

Artwork of digestive system and harmful bacteria Featured 4 Apr 2003 Print

Artwork of digestive system and harmful bacteria

Gastroenteritis. Artwork of bacteria shown below the human digestive system in which they cause gastroenteritis, the inflammation of the stomach and intestines. The stomach is at upper centre above the small intestine (at centre). The large intestine (colon), which ends at the rectum (at bottom centre), surrounds the small intestine. Various bacteria can be seen at bottom, including bacilli (rod-shaped) and cocci (circular) forms. The few bacteria that cause gastroenteritis include Escherichia coli, Listeria sp. and Salmonella sp. Food poisoning, due to contaminated food or water, is the most common form of gastroenteritis. Treatment is rarely necessary