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Images Dated 31st May 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: YEAREND PICTURES 2002

YEAREND PICTURES 2002
A Zlin 226 plane flies through a sunbeam shining through clouds shortly after it had released one of the last gliders of the day above Hricov airport, near the northern Slovak town of Zilina, June 1

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Composite image of the phases of the Moon

Composite image of the phases of the Moon
Moon phases. Time-lapse image of the phases of the Moon, as seen from Earth during a lunar (synodic) month. A full Moon is at centre, with pairs of (from inner to outer) gibbous Moons

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Crop formation in form of Mandelbrot set

Crop formation in form of Mandelbrot set
Crop formation in the form of the " Mandelbrot Set" at Ickleton, near Cambridge, England. The formation appeared in August 1991

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Telephone Box

Telephone Box
K6 Telephone Kiosk, Meesdon Village Green, Hertfordshire. IoE 159884

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Torso bones

Torso bones. Computer artwork of the bones of the human torso. The backbone (running vertically down the centre) is a flexible column of 26 bones (vertebrae)

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: HERBERT GEORGE WELLS (1866-1946). English writer. Undated photograph

HERBERT GEORGE WELLS (1866-1946). English writer. Undated photograph

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Skin layers, SEM

Skin layers, SEM
Skin. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freeze-fractured section through human skin. At top is the stratum corneum (pale yellow) of the epidermis

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Skin layers, SEM

Skin layers, SEM
Skin. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freeze-fractured section through human skin. At top is the stratum corneum (pale yellow) of the epidermis

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Artwork illustrating the concept of warped space

Artwork illustrating the concept of warped space, showing a wire-drawn planetary body distorting the fabric of space, which is represented by a grid

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Human skeleton

Human skeleton. Computer artwork of the human skeletal system. The 206 bones of the skeleton provide protection and support, and their joints allow locomotion. The skull (at top) protects the brain

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Human skeleton

Human skeleton. Computer artwork of the human skeletal system seen from the side. The 206 bones of the skeleton provide protection and support, and their joints allow locomotion

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Human skeleton

Human skeleton

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: MRI scanner

MRI scanner. Computer artwork of an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanner with a female patient. The patient is passed inside the machine (through the hole, upper left) to be scanned

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Cell mitochondrion

Cell mitochondrion
False-colour transmission electron micrograph of a mitochondrion from an unidentified cell. Mitochondria are the sites of cell respiration; the chemical process which uses molecular oxygen to oxidise

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii

Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii
Breaking wave. View of a wind-blown wave (comber) breaking as it nears the shore. Photographed at Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Such waves are popular with surfers in this part of the world

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Volcanic eruption

Volcanic eruption. Computer artwork of a type of volcanic eruption known as a pyroclastic flow, or nuee ardente (glowing avalanche)

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Lava flow

Lava flow
Pahoehoe lava. Flow of pahoehoe lava from Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, USA, entering the Pacific Ocean at night. This thick ropy-looking lava may flow at up to 50 kilometres per hour

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Water ripples

Water ripples at sunset. Computer artwork of water ripples radiating in concentric circles, following an impact on the surface of the water

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Water drop impact

Water drop impact

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Water drop impact

Water drop impact at dawn. Computer artwork of secondary drop formation following the impact of a water droplet on water. The impact causes the surface of the pool to collapse

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 2002: Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR waits for his car to be prepared

Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR waits for his car to be prepared
Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) BAR waits for his car to be prepared. Formula 1 Testing, Silverstone, England, 30 May 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE


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