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Images Dated 29th January 2003

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John Stapp during a high G-force test on a sled Featured 29 Jan 2003 Print

John Stapp during a high G-force test on a sled

Acceleration and deceleration testing. Time-lapse images of John Stapp strapped in a sled seat during high G-force acceleration and deceleration testing. The images run from left to right, starting at upper left. The 27 rocket-propelled runs made by Lieutenant Colonel John Paul Stapp (born 1910) showed the effects of rapid accelerat- ion and deceleration on the human body. On December 10 1954, Stapp reached 632 miles per hour in 5 seconds before being brought back to rest in just over a second with a force of over 40 Gs. Despite initial blindness and collapsed lungs, he quickly recovered, proving that it was possible to survive an ejection from a supersonic aircraft

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Human sperm cell, SEM Featured 29 Jan 2003 Print

Human sperm cell, SEM

Sperm cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a human sperm cell or spermatozoon. This tiny male sex cell is produced in the testes, and is responsible for fertilisation of the female egg (ovum). It has a rounded head which contains the male hereditary material (DNA), and a long tail that it uses to propel itself. Some 300 million sperm are released by the male during ejaculation, while the female usually releases one large egg at a time. Only one sperm cell can fertilise the egg. Magnification: x5600 at 6x7cm size

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Clay Regazzoni BRM P160D led the race for the opening 28 laps from second placed Francois Cevert Tyrrell 006 Featured 29 Jan 2003 Print

Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Clay Regazzoni BRM P160D led the race for the opening 28 laps from second placed Francois Cevert Tyrrell 006

Pole sitter Clay Regazzoni (SUI) BRM P160D led the race for the opening 28 laps from second placed Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 006 and race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D before slipping back to seventh place with tyre trouble.
Argentinean Grand Prix, Buenos Aires, 28 January 1973.
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