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Images Dated 6th August 2004

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Guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur Featured 6 Aug 2004 Print

Guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur

Pacific Ocean, August 6, 2004 - Guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG-54) sails alongside Military Sealift Command oiler USNS Yukon (T-AO 202) during replenishment at sea evolution

© Stocktrek Images

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Leopard - Female & 2 month old cub Featured 6 Aug 2004 Print

Leopard - Female & 2 month old cub

FL-2865
Leopard - Female & 2 month old cub
Maasai Mara National Park (NP), Kenya, Africa.
Panthera pardus
Ferrero Labat
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SAFER backpack test Featured 6 Aug 2004 Print

SAFER backpack test

SAFER backpack test. Astronaut Mark C. Leetesting the simplified aid for EVA rescue (SAFER)during shuttle mission STS-64. He is over 200kilometres above Earth (bottom). SAFER is abackpack propulsion unit designed to provideemergency free-flying mobility and self-rescue toastronauts during extravehicular activity (EVA).It is a scaled-down version of the mannedmanoeuvering (MMU) unit used in space walks, withsmall nitrogen thrusters that are controlled byhand. STS-62 flew on 9-20 September 1994

© Nasa/Science Photo Library