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2004 DTM Championship Zandvoort, Netherlands. 4th - 5th September Featured 6 Sep 2004 Print

2004 DTM Championship Zandvoort, Netherlands. 4th - 5th September

2004 DTM Championship
Zandvoort, Netherlands. 4th - 5th September.
The remains of Peter Dumbreck's OPC Phoenix Opel Vectra GTS are loaded onto a transporter after his huge accident.
World Copyright: Andre Irlmeier/LAT Photographic
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A storm approaches West Palm Beach, Florida from the East after hurricane Frances hit yesterday Featured 6 Sep 2004 Print

A storm approaches West Palm Beach, Florida from the East after hurricane Frances hit yesterday

A storm approaches West Palm Beach, Florida from the East after hurricane Frances hit yesterday. Severe thunderstorms have been hitting South Florida all day today, September 6, 2004. Frances hit Florida for a second time on Monday, weaker but still bearing torrential rains and high winds as it crossed from the Gulf of Mexico onto the northwestern Panhandle. A huge and slow-moving storm, Frances lumbered into the state's east coast as a hurricane on Saturday and in two days cut power to more than 6 million people, disrupted telephone services, felled trees, damaged homes and smashed boats. State emergency management officials blamed three Florida deaths on Frances - a woman killed when a tree fell on her mobile home, a man killed when his car crashed on a rain-slick road and an 81-year-old man who suffered a fatal fall while walking his dog during the storm. REUTERS/Marc Serota NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE JDP/ - RP5DRHYXKRAB

Early electrical equipment Featured 6 Sep 2004 Print

Early electrical equipment

Early electrical equipment, historical artwork. Most of the items are different types of batteries (technically called cells). The non-battery items are: a two-way switch (bottom right), an induction coil (top right), a galvanometer (top centre), and an arc lighting device (top left). The batteries are devices from which electricity can be obtained to run an electrical device. The chemicals inside them (liquids in the case of wet batteries) react when placed in a circuit, producing electricity. The first battery was built by Volta (1800). The earliest shown here is the Daniell cell (1836, upper centre). From Cassell's Cyclopedia of Mechanics (Hasluck, 1904)

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