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Images Dated 16th September 2003

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Yeti, a hybrid white gyrfalcon and saker falcon Featured 16 Sep 2003 Print

Yeti, a hybrid white gyrfalcon and saker falcon

U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado - The newest addition to the academy's falconry program, Yeti, looks for his trainer after being unhooded. This hybrid white gyrfalcon and saker falcon can exceed 200 mph in a dive. Yeti is training for performances and public appearances

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Animal, Bird, Close Up, Color Image, Day, Falcon, Gyrfalcon, Horizontal, Hybrid, Military, No People, One Animal, Outdoors, Photography, Saker, White

Hurricane Isabel, 15th September 2003 Featured 16 Sep 2003 Print

Hurricane Isabel, 15th September 2003

Hurricane Isabel in the Caribbean Sea on 15th September 2003. The islands of Hispaniola (lower centre) and the eastern tip of Cuba (lower left) are seen, along with the shallow seas (green) around the Bahamas. The US state of Florida is just out of frame at top left. Isabel was classified as a type 5 hurricane, the strongest, but was downgraded to a type 4 on 16th September. Hurricanes are enormous rotating storm systems in which winds can reach over 240 kilometres per hour. They can cause immense damage if they hit built-up areas, but lose energy quickly once over land. This image was taken by the MODIS instrument on the Terra satellite


Alzheimers disease Featured 16 Sep 2003 Print

Alzheimers disease

Alzheimer's disease. Conceptual computer artwork showing the brain of an elderly man affected by Alzheimer's disease. The condition causes the death of brain cells (seen at left). Symptoms include memory loss and disorientation. The causes of Alzheimer's are poorly understood, but it is associated with the formation of plaques of insoluble protein (amyloid, blue) in the brain, and decreased levels of the neurotransmitter (signal molecule) acetylcholine. Aging is the main risk factor. It is incurable, but the symptoms can be treated with drugs to raise acetylcholine levels

© Hans-ulrich Osterwalder/Science Photo Library