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Images Dated 6th September 2002

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Choose from 30 pictures in our Images Dated 6th September 2002 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Car driver using hand-held GPS receiver Featured 6 Sep 2002 Print

Car driver using hand-held GPS receiver

MODEL RELEASED: Satellite navigation. A car driver checking his location with a hand-held satellite navigation receiver. The system uses signals sent by the network of 21 Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. Each satellite sends out a signal with its identity, position and the exact time from an atomic clock. The receiver reads these data and can instantly calculate its position anywhere in the world to within 100 metres. This is one of the new generation of GPS receivers which are portable and affordable to the general public. GPS has benefits to a wide variety of users, including hikers and climbers, sailing enthusiasts, private pilots and vehicle drivers

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Coloured MRI whole body scan of a man Featured 6 Sep 2002 Print

Coloured MRI whole body scan of a man

Whole body scan. Coloured magnetic resonanceimaging (MRI) scan of the whole body of a man incoronal (frontal) section. His head and brain(upper centre) are seen in sagittal (side)section. The skeleton (yellow) is visible as thelong bones of the limbs and the vertebrae of thespine. In the chest, the lungs are red. In theabdomen, the lobes of the liver are pale pink, while the flattened bladder (red) is in thepelvis. This whole body image is the product of anumber of MRI scans made along the length of thebody and then combined. MRI scanning uses radiowaves and a powerful magnetic field to produce"slice" images through the body

© Simon Fraser/Science Photo Library