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Images Dated 26th October 2004

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Footprints are left on the shore of Sydneys Bronte Beach Featured 26 Oct 2004 Image

Footprints are left on the shore of Sydneys Bronte Beach

Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken October 26, 2004. Australia has the world's highest rate of skin cancer. Twenty years of sun protection warnings have made sun-loving Australians more vigilant about exposure to UV radiation at the beach but they are more than twice as likely to be sunburned at home, according to The Cancer Council Australia's National Sun Survey. Photograph taken October 26, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E87C02E001 - RP5DRIAYICAA

Damage to the Mir space stations Spektr module Featured 26 Oct 2004 Image

Damage to the Mir space stations Spektr module

Mir space station damage. Damaged solar panels (at upper centre) attached to the Spektr module of the Russian Space Station Mir. Mir was struck by a Progress unmanned supply vessel on 25 June 1997. The collision punctured Spektr near the base of the damaged solar panel and caused it to depressurize. The crew successfully isolated the damaged module. Spektr is one of several science modules which have been added to Mir since the core of the space station was launched in 1986. This image was taken from the space shuttle during mission STS-086 (25 September to 6 October 1997), when the American astronaut David Wolf replaced British-born Michael Foales as a Mir crew member

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Rp5Driayicaa Featured 26 Oct 2004 Image

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Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken October 26, 2004. Australia has the world's highest rate of skin cancer. Twenty years of sun protection warnings have made sun-loving Australians more vigilant about exposure to UV radiation at the beach but they are more than twice as likely to be sunburned at home, according to The Cancer Council Australia's National Sun Survey. Photograph taken October 26, 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. PP05070290 BLIFE REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/SH