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Images Dated 4th December 2002

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A SOLAR ECLIPSE OCCURS ABOVE THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK TOWN OF LYNDHURST Featured 4 Dec 2002 Print

A SOLAR ECLIPSE OCCURS ABOVE THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK TOWN OF LYNDHURST

Tourists watch the sun being blocked by the moon during a solar eclipse
in the Australian outback town of Lyndhurst, located around 700
kilometres (437 miles) north of Adelaide December 4, 2002. The town is
one of only four in Australia where the 26 second-long full eclipse of
the sun could be seen and occurred during celebrations for the Year of
the Outback. The shadow path of whats called totality, where the
diamond ring effect becomes visible, can be seen on a path that is
just 36 kilometres wide. REUTERS/David Gray
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Hip bones, X-ray Featured 4 Dec 2002 Print

Hip bones, X-ray

Hip joints. Coloured X-ray of a woman's groin and upper legs, revealing the bones that form her hip joints. The left hip (identical to the right one) is at upper left in this rear view. It is a ball- and-socket joint that provides the mobility needed for walking and running. The socket is a cavity in a bone of the pelvis, a set of bones that join to the spine in the main body torso. The ball of the hip joint is the head of the femur (thigh bone). This head is seen joined by a neck to the rest of the femur, the long bone descending down left. The same structures form the right hip joint. The base of the spine is at top centre, and the distinctive loops at the base of the pelvis are also seen

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