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Images Dated 9th October 2003

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Honolua Bay, famous Surfing Beach on North Shore, Maui, HI.Hawaii Featured 9 Oct 2003 Print

Honolua Bay, famous Surfing Beach on North Shore, Maui, HI.Hawaii

© Viola'S Photo Visions Inc. / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

Aa Photographer, America, Bay, Coast, Coast Line, Environment, Environmental, Franklin Viola, Geology, Hawaii, Hawaiian Archipelago, Hawaiian Islands, Honolua Bay, Landscape, Location, Maui, Natural, Nature, North America, Ocean, Out Side, Outdoor, Outdoors, Pacific Ocean, Scen Ic, Shore, United States, United States Of America, Us A, Violas Photo Visions Inc, Water, Wave

Coloured MRI scan of human knee joint, side view Featured 9 Oct 2003 Print

Coloured MRI scan of human knee joint, side view

Knee joint. Coloured Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through a human knee joint. Two bones (coloured blue) meet at the knee, forming a hinge-joint. At top is the femur (thigh-bone), which articulates with the tibia (shin-bone) at bottom. The patella or kneecap (red, located at upper left) is a protective bone at the front of the knee held in position by muscles and tendons. Two discs of protective cartilage cover the surfaces of the femur and tibia to reduce friction between these bones. The round bottom surface of the femur forms a narrow ridge that moves through a groove in the tibia. This allows hinge movement, with slight rotation

© GEOFF TOMPKINSON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Satellite image of Hurricane Nora over the Pacific Featured 9 Oct 2003 Print

Satellite image of Hurricane Nora over the Pacific

Hurricane Nora. Satellite image of Hurricane Nora off the coast of Baja California, Mexico. The hurricane is the swirl of clouds surrounding the dark hole (the "eye") at lower right. The "eye" is comprised of relatively calm, cloud-free air at a very low pressure. Around this "eye" are very strong winds which blow at over 100 kilometres per hour. Hurricanes form in tropical regions and are caused by large-scale evaporation and convection due to warm sea temperatures. The eastward movement of warm water in the Pacific (known an El Nino event) may cause more hurricanes to form off the American continent's coast. Image taken on 22 September 1997 by the American GOES-9 satellite

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY