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Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: open-uri20120928-26363-l5moiy

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2003 Formula One Testing. Juan-Pablo Montoya, Williams FW25. Valencia, Spain. 11th Februeary 2003. World Copyright: Spinney/LAT Photographic. Ref.: 11mb Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: F. 111

F. 111
RaF F.111 being pre-flight checked at Avalon

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Woodgrain

Woodgrain

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Russian cosmonaut wearing a Strizh space suit

Russian cosmonaut wearing a Strizh space suit
Spacesuit. Russian cosmonaut wears a Strizh (" swift" ) spacesuit which is worn during launch and re-entry. It protects the cosmonaut if the spaceship is partially depressurised

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Lancelot in a cart drawn by a dwarf 1300-25. The Blue Nile by Alan Moorhead, page 305

Lancelot in a cart drawn by a dwarf 1300-25. The Blue Nile by Alan Moorhead, page 305. Manuscript 805. In the Arthurian legend, Sir Lancelot is one of the Knights of the Round Table

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: SIA Training

SIA Training
SIA Flight Training LR45 at Avalon

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Boy drawing

Boy drawing
MODEL RELEASED. Boy drawing. Young boy drawing with felt-tip pens

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: RARO

RARO
Boeing 767 RARO simulator

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: William Rysdyks Hambletonian 1865, Father of the Trotting Horse. His employer, Seeley

William Rysdyks Hambletonian 1865, Father of the Trotting Horse. His employer, Seeley, acquired a Charles Kent Mare, which had been permanently injured and was used only for breeding

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: King Arthur and Guinevere sit and talk. Early 14th century. Guinevere was the Queen

King Arthur and Guinevere sit and talk. Early 14th century. Guinevere was the Queen consort of King Arthur

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Coloured SEM of Escherichia coli bacteria

Coloured SEM of Escherichia coli bacteria
E. coli bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the rod-shaped, gram- negative bacteria, Escherichia coli, commonly known as E. coli

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: A young nobleman volunteers to be an officer in Comte de Rochambeaus expeditionary force to

A young nobleman volunteers to be an officer in Comte de Rochambeaus expeditionary force to America, 1780
AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1780. A young nobleman volunteers to be an officer in Comte de Rochambeaus expeditionary force to America, 1780

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Soviet cosmonauts

Soviet cosmonauts
Cosmonauts. Soviet cosmonauts Pavel Belyayev and Alexei Leonov in the cabin of the spacecraft Voskhod-2. Voskhod-2 was launched on 18 March 1965, returning to Earth after 26 hours

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Cosmonaut Savitskaya during 1st female space walk

Cosmonaut Savitskaya during 1st female space walk

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Bunions

Bunions. Each of these fluid-filled pads covers the joint of the big toe. The majority of bunions are caused by the condition hallux valgus

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Illustration of the HIV retrovirus, black b / ground

Illustration of the HIV retrovirus, black b / ground
HIV retrovirus. Schematic illustration of the structure of a retrovirus, such as the HIV-1 virus that causes AIDS. At centre are RNA strands (rainbow colours) making up the viral genetic material

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Coloured X-ray of spoon and blade in intestine

Coloured X-ray of spoon and blade in intestine
Swallowed objects. Coloured X-ray of objects swallowed and lodged in the intestine of a patient, including a spoon and a blade

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Post-mortem specimen of human heart

Post-mortem specimen of human heart
Post-mortem specimen of a human heart featuring an occluded (blocked) coronary artery; the blockage appears as the redder area at top centre

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Photography

Photography. Conceptual composite image representing photography, with a coloured X-ray of a photographers head and hands using a camera to photograph the Earth

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: TEM of rotavirus particles

TEM of rotavirus particles
False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of virions (virus particles) of the rotavirus. Individual virions consist of a protein capsid (orange & green)

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: DNA helices

DNA helices

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis or northern lights display over silhouetted conifer trees. Aurorae are caused by the interaction between energetic charged particles from the Sun

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis or northern lights display over silhouetted conifer trees. Aurorae are caused by the interaction between energetic charged particles from the Sun

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Coloured TEM of Salmonella bacteria

Coloured TEM of Salmonella bacteria
Salmonella sp. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a cluster of Salmonella sp. bacteria. The cells are rod-shaped with long hair- like flagellae

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Five day growth of bread mould

Five day growth of bread mould

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Visualisation of quark structure of uranium

Visualisation of quark structure of uranium
Quark structure of the uranium nucleus. Computer visualisation of the nucleus of a uranium atom. The most common isotope, uranium-238, consists of 92 protons and 146 neutrons

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Dandelion seed-head, Taraxacum

Dandelion seed-head, Taraxacum
Dandelion seed-head. Silhouette of a dandelion seed-head (Taraxacum sp. ). The seed-head, or clock, is covered in seeds. Each individual seed is attached to a parachute of fine hairs

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: False-colour TEM of Staphylococcus aureus

False-colour TEM of Staphylococcus aureus
Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, showing a complete bacterium (centre) & another undergoing lysis due to effects of antibiotics (top right)

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Art representing superstrings

Art representing superstrings

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Driving in fog car lights dangerous driving

Driving in fog car lights dangerous driving

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman Jnr Jordan

Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman Jnr Jordan
Ralph Firman Jnr (GBR) Jordan. Formula One Testing, Valencia, Spain, 11 February 2003 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: Formula One World Championship: Patrick Head Williams Designer

Formula One World Championship: Patrick Head Williams Designer and Frank Williams Williams Team Owner
(L to R): Patrick Head (GBR) Williams Designer and Frank Williams (GBR) Williams Team Owner. Brazilian Grand Prix, Rio de Janeiro, 27 January 1980

Background imageImages Dated 11th February 2003: F-15

F-15
Over Avalon with reheat flown by Boeing Test Pilot


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