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Images Dated 30th October 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: TWO BOATS NAVIGATE IN THE SEA NEAR EASTER ISLAND

TWO BOATS NAVIGATE IN THE SEA NEAR EASTER ISLAND
Two boats navigate in the sea near Easter Island, 4, 000 Km (2, 400 miles) west of Santiago, October 30, 2003. The ancestors of residents of Easter Island, known locally as Rapa Nui

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: NATIVES RAPA NUI BOYS PLAY FOOTBALL ON EASTER ISLAND

NATIVES RAPA NUI BOYS PLAY FOOTBALL ON EASTER ISLAND
Natives " Rapa Nui" boys play football on Easter Island, 4, 000 Km (2, 400 miles) west of Santiago, October 30, 2003

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Telephone operator working at switchboard

Telephone operator working at switchboard

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Leaf veins of ivy

Leaf veins of ivy
Macrophotograph of a leaf skeleton of the ivy plant, Hedera helix. showing the branching pattern & decreasing size of the veins (vascular tissue)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: LM of a cross-section through a dental implant

LM of a cross-section through a dental implant

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: 2003 California Champ Car

2003 California Champ Car, 31st October - 2nd November, 2003, Fontana, USA, Michael Valiante (CAN) has his sit fitting for walker racing ahead of a test next week

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: little girls. Cows

little girls. Cows

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Boys playing chess

Boys playing chess

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Polishing of mirror for use in Gemini telescope

Polishing of mirror for use in Gemini telescope
Telescope mirror manufacture. Manufacture of the mirror destined for use in one of the two Gemini telescopes. The polishing machine (white)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Artwork of the local neighbourhood of the Sun

Artwork of the local neighbourhood of the Sun
The Local Bubble. Map of a small portion of our Milky Way galaxy centred on the Sun (one of the yellow stars at centre). The Suns neighbourhood is surrounded by a loop of gas (orange)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Sickle cell anaemia

Sickle cell anaemia. Artwork of red blood cells in sickle cell anaemia (drepanocytosis). The sickle- shaped red blood cells (some seen at upper left) contrast with normal red blood cells (rounded)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Psoriasis

Psoriasis. Artwork of a section through the skin in a case of pustular psoriasis. Psoriasis is the presence of scaly lesions on the skin

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Brain scan

Brain scan. Computer artwork of a human head with a brain scan showing the position of the brain in the head. The scan has sliced vertically through the brain

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Parkinsons disease

Parkinsons disease. Artwork of the silhouettes of people who have Parkinsons disease superimposed on a nerve cell (neuron) with Lewy bodies (red)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Asthma

Asthma. Artwork of a lung bronchiole that has been sectioned to show the mucus (yellow) that blocks the airflow in asthma

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Heart attack

Heart attack. Artwork of a heart that has been damaged by a heart attack. The blood supply to the tissue of the heart was interrupted, leading to an area of tissue (purple, lower right) dying

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Slipped disc

Slipped disc. Artwork of an intervertebral disc (blue) that has ruptured, leading to the internal jelly-like material (purple) putting pressure on a nerve (yellow)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Broken arm, X-ray

Broken arm, X-ray. Coloured X-ray of a fracture (red) at the head of the radius, one of the bones in the human forearm. The radius and ulna bones (white)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Broken arm and dislocated wrist

Broken arm and dislocated wrist. Coloured X-ray showing a fracture (centre) of the radius bone in the forearm and a dislocation of the wrist joint at the end of the ulna bone (centre left)

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Heart bypass grafts

Heart bypass grafts. Artwork of a heart that has had a blockage of the coronary arteries treated by coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Cellular clock

Cellular clock. Conceptual artwork of a clock and the internal structures (organelles) of an animal cell. This could represent the rate of metabolic cell reactions

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Pussy willow pollen

Pussy willow pollen
Willow pollen. Coloured scanning electron micro- graph (SEM) of a pollen grain of goat willow, Salix caprea. Also known as the " pussy willow"

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Light reflection from 3 spheres

Light reflection from 3 spheres

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Aerial photograph of SLAC, California

Aerial photograph of SLAC, California, showing the 2-mile long linear accelerator. June 84

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Africa, Botswana, Okvango Delta, wild leopard

Africa, Botswana, Okvango Delta, wild leopard

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Africa, Botswana

Africa, Botswana, Okvango Delta, wild leopard

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Africa, Kenya wildlife

Africa, Kenya wildlife, baby elephant

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: World Rally Championship: Alistair Ginley, Ford Focus, is pushed by the marshals after his car

World Rally Championship: Alistair Ginley, Ford Focus, is pushed by the marshals after his car failed
Alistair Ginley (GBR), Ford Focus, is pushed by the marshals after his car failed. World Rally Championship, Rd12, Tour de Corse, Corsica, France. Day one. 17 October 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: World Rally Championship: Gilles Panizzi Peugeot 206 WRC took a surprise win

World Rally Championship: Gilles Panizzi Peugeot 206 WRC took a surprise win
Gilles Panizzi (FRA) Peugeot 206 WRC took a surprise win. World Rally Championship, Rd13, Rally of Catalunya, Day 1, Spain, 23 October 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC finished in 5th place

World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC finished in 5th place, keeping his title hopes alive
Petter Solberg (NOR) Subaru Impreza WRC finished in 5th place, keeping his title hopes alive. World Rally Championship, Rd13, Rally of Catalunya, Day 1, Spain, 23 October 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: World Rally Championship: Markko Martin Ford Focus RS WRC03 finished in 3rd place

World Rally Championship: Markko Martin Ford Focus RS WRC03 finished in 3rd place
Markko Martin (EST) Ford Focus RS WRC03 finished in 3rd place. World Rally Championship, Rd13, Rally of Catalunya, Day 1, Spain, 23 October 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: World Rally Championship: Rally fans brave the rain

World Rally Championship: Rally fans brave the rain
Rally fans brave the rain. World Rally Championship, Rd13, Rally of Catalunya, Day 3, Spain, 23 October 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 30th October 2003: Formula One World Championship: Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams Mecachrome FW20 overtakes Eddie

Formula One World Championship: Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams Mecachrome FW20 overtakes Eddie Irvine Ferrari F300
Heinz-Harald Frentzen (GER) Williams Mecachrome FW20 overtakes Eddie Irvine (GBR) Ferrari F300. Formula One World Championship, Rd1, Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne, Australia, 8 March 1998


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