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Images Dated 15th April 2003

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Sunspot groups seen on the Suns surface Featured 15 Apr 2003 Print

Sunspot groups seen on the Suns surface

Sunspots. Several dark sunspot groups seen on the Sun. Sunspots are areas on the Sun's surface which are around 2000 degrees Celsius cooler than their surroundings, causing them to appear darker. The cooling effect is produced by intense magnetic fields in the area. The larger spots seen here have a well-defined dark region (umbra) surrounded by a less-dark region, the penumbra. Sunspots are a sign of an active Sun. The Sun goes through a period of activity every 11 years or so. This is thought to be caused by the interactions between different layers of the Sun, as they rotate at different rates. This photograph was taken in June 1999, before the solar activity maximum in 2000

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Formula One World Championship: The wreckage of the Ferrari 641 of Alain Prost passed by team mate Nigel Mansell Ferrari 641 after colliding Featured 15 Apr 2003 Print

Formula One World Championship: The wreckage of the Ferrari 641 of Alain Prost passed by team mate Nigel Mansell Ferrari 641 after colliding

The wreckage of the Ferrari 641 of Alain Prost (FRA) passed by team mate Nigel Mansell (GBR) Ferrari 641 after colliding with the McLaren Honda MP4/5B of Ayrton Senna (BRA) at the first corner in the race.
Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan, 21 October 1990

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Formula One World Championship: The Williams FW25 will carry sponsorship from the anti-tobacco product NiQuitin CQ following a sponsorship deal Featured 15 Apr 2003 Print

Formula One World Championship: The Williams FW25 will carry sponsorship from the anti-tobacco product NiQuitin CQ following a sponsorship deal

The Williams FW25 will carry sponsorship from the anti-tobacco product NiQuitin CQ following a sponsorship deal with pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline.
Williams Sponsorship Unveiling, Riverside Studios, London, England, 15 April 2003.
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