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Images Dated 13th April 2005

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Zambia-Livingstone-Victoria Falls Bridge-Engenering Featured 13 Apr 2005 Image

Zambia-Livingstone-Victoria Falls Bridge-Engenering

Danish engenier Svend Gjerding walks, 14 April 2005, on the passage under the Victoria Falls Bridge. The bridge is the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, a team of Danish engeneers is monitoring the bridge checking on his conservation status.

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Computer art of debris in orbit around the earth Featured 13 Apr 2005 Image

Computer art of debris in orbit around the earth

Space junk. Computer artwork showing the Earth and scattered debris (white dots) in orbit around it. Some 22, 000 man-made objects of different size and shape are in orbit around the Earth. Only a small fraction represent satellites which are presently in operation; the remainder could be categorised as used rocket bodies, dead payloads, operational debris (such as optics covers and payload attachment hardware) and the consequence of 30 years of payload, rocket and satellite fragmentation. This space junk is a hazard for future space missions due to the increasing probability of it impacting on newly launched satellites or spacecrafts


Designer babies Featured 13 Apr 2005 Image

Designer babies

Designer babies. Conceptual computer artwork of human babies and two strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), representing designer babies. The genetic screening of human embryos for desired characteristics, such as eye colour or sex, might in theory allow parents to "design" a child. Screening for certain inherited disorders is widely performed, however screening on non- medical grounds is highly controversial. DNA, the genetic material present in every cell of the body, is comprised of two spiralling strands (blue). The sequence encoded on it makes up an individual's unique genetic code