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Images Dated 19th April 2004

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CLOUDS GATHER OVER PETERMANN ROAD IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Featured 19 Apr 2004 Image

CLOUDS GATHER OVER PETERMANN ROAD IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

Storm clouds gather over the Petermann Road, which is the only sealed road that leads to Uluru (Ayers Rock), about 230 kilometers (140 miles) south of the central Australian town of Alice Springs April 19, 2004. 40 years ago Uluru, which belongs to the Anangu Aboriginal people, was visited by around 1,000 tourists annually. Since then it has become one of Australia's major tourist destinations, attracting 400,000 visitors every year. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/SM - RP4DRIGYLAAA

PSLV-C2 space rocket Featured 19 Apr 2004 Image

PSLV-C2 space rocket

Space rocket on the launch pad. This is the Indian Space Research Organisation's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C2. It was 44 metres tall, and had a lift-off weight of 295 tonnes. This rocket used both solid and liquid fuel for propulsion. It launched three satellites into Earth orbit on 26 May 1999. The main payload was IRS-P4 (OCEANSAT), an Indian satellite that monitors phytoplankton blooms in the world's oceans. The other two satellites were the Korean KITSAT-3 and German DLR-TUBSAT. PSLV-C2 launched from Sriharikota, an island on the coast of the Bay of Bengal, north of Chennai

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Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole Featured 19 Apr 2004 Image

Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole

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Striated Pardalote - Emerging from nest hole
At Lajamanu an aboriginal settlement on the northern edge of the Tanami Desert, Northern Territory, Australia
Pardalotus striatus uropygialis
This race was previously known as a full species named Black-headed Pardalote, i.e. lacking the striations on the head that gives this species its name. Found only in northern Australia from the Kimberleys to NW Queensland. Other races found right throughout Australia. Nests in holes in banks but forages in tree crowns of woodlands and eucalypt forests and trees along dry watercourses and into arid scrublands. Also wet coastal eucalypt forests and mangroves
Don Hadden
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