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Images Dated 19th April 2004

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Choose from 40 pictures in our Images Dated 19th April 2004 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.

PSLV-C2 space rocket Featured 19 Apr 2004 Print

PSLV-C2 space rocket

Space rocket on the launch pad. This is the Indian Space Research Organisation's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C2. It was 44 metres tall, and had a lift-off weight of 295 tonnes. This rocket used both solid and liquid fuel for propulsion. It launched three satellites into Earth orbit on 26 May 1999. The main payload was IRS-P4 (OCEANSAT), an Indian satellite that monitors phytoplankton blooms in the world's oceans. The other two satellites were the Korean KITSAT-3 and German DLR-TUBSAT. PSLV-C2 launched from Sriharikota, an island on the coast of the Bay of Bengal, north of Chennai


Depressed woman holds her head in her hands Featured 19 Apr 2004 Print

Depressed woman holds her head in her hands

MODEL RELEASED. Depression. Side view of a woman holding her head in her hands while suffering from depression. She is looking downwards in a sad or stressful mood indicating hopelessness or general loss of interest in life. Depression may range from mild feelings of melancholy and tearfulness to, in the most severe cases, delusions and even hallucination in schizophrenia. Most people, however, experience more mild symptoms of depression at some time in their life. It is usually in response to events such as a death in the family, loneliness, stress, unemployment, or following a pregnancy


Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole Featured 19 Apr 2004 Print

Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole

Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole
At Lajamanu an aboriginal settlement on the northern edge of the Tanami Desert, Northern Territory, Australia
Pardalotus striatus uropygialis
This race was previously known as a full species named Black-headed Pardalote, i.e. lacking the striations on the head that gives this species its name. Found only in northern Australia from the Kimberleys to NW Queensland. Other races found right throughout Australia. Nests in holes in banks but forages in tree crowns of woodlands and eucalypt forests and trees along dry watercourses and into arid scrublands. Also wet coastal eucalypt forests and mangroves
Don Hadden
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