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Images Dated 16th September 2003

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open-uri20120928-28711-661s8q Featured 16 Sep 2003 Print

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2003 Italian Grand Prix,
Monza, Italy.
12th - 14th September 2003
Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2003 GA and Juan-Pablo Montoya, BMW Williams FW25, battling to gain first position, race action.
World Copyright LAT Photographic/Lorenzo Bellanca.
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SALMON JUMP FOR FOOD AT FARM IN SOUTHERN CHILE Featured 16 Sep 2003 Print

SALMON JUMP FOR FOOD AT FARM IN SOUTHERN CHILE

A salmon jumps for food pellets thrown by a Chilean worker into a tank
anchored at the Pacific port of Chacabuco, some 1,800 kilometers south of
Santiago, September 16, 2003. From this new frontier of salmon farming,
where snowcapped peaks descend into deep fjords and nutrient-rich currents,
Chile is set to take over Norway as the world's largest producer of farmed
salmon, but not without criticism. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Carlos
Barria/FEATURE/CHILE-SALMON
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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

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY