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Images Dated 18th July 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: File photo showing lightning strike over Casinos along the Las Vegas strip

File photo showing lightning strike over Casinos along the Las Vegas strip
File photo shows lightning flash over hotels and casinos on The Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, as a storm rolls through the Las Vegas Valley, on July 18, 2003

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday Qualifying, Silverstons, England. 17th July 2003

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday Qualifying, Silverstons, England. 17th July 2003. David Coulthard, West McLaren Mercedes MP4/17D receives the Hawthorn memorial trophy

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain

2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: 2003 Infiniti Nashville July

2003 Infiniti Nashville July
Infiniti Pro Serie Clean Event 100 at Nashville Superspeedway, Nashville, Tennesee, USA 18 July, 2003 Mark Taylor (4), Tom Wood (9) and Brandon Erwin (99) race for the lead

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: open-uri20120928-25415-4kdvn7

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2003 British Grand Prix - Friday 1st Qualifying, 2003 British Grand Prix Silverstone, Britain. 18th July 2003 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Artwork of pulsar over a planet

Artwork of pulsar over a planet
Pulsar. Artwork of a pulsar, as seen from a nearby planet. Pulsars are probably neutron stars which produce two beams of radiation, usually at radio and X-ray wavelengths

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: The christening of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) at Windsor Castle in 1842

The christening of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) at Windsor Castle in 1842. Humboldt found great splendour at the English Court, but a way of life that was natural and friendly

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Inflating balloon

Inflating balloon. Historical artwork of the inflation of a gas balloon. The balloon is suspended from a wire stretched between two poles

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Hairy frogfish

Hairy frogfish (Antennarius sp.). This frogfish has skin formations that provide camouflage, allowing it to hide among algae and coral

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Balloon ascent

Balloon ascent. Historical artwork of the stages of an ascent in a balloon by a Mr. Hampton from Cremorne House in Chelsea, London, England

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Artwork of human head with brain and light trails

Artwork of human head with brain and light trails

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Flying costume

Flying costume. Historical artwork of a person wearing a flying costume about to leap into the air. The costume comprises elaborate wings attached to the back of the suit, and by strings to the arms

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Royal Vauxhall balloon

Royal Vauxhall balloon, historical artwork. This balloon was launched from London in 1836, piloted by British balloonist Charles Green, and carrying two passengers

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Rarified air balloon

Rarified air balloon. Historical artwork of the inflation of a balloon by burning a substance to create hot air and smoke

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Steam riding rocket

Steam riding rocket. Historical cartoon of a Mr. Golightly experimenting on Mess. Quick and Speeds new patent high pressure Steam Riding Rocket

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Fal-col TEM sequence of budding Aids virus

Fal-col TEM sequence of budding Aids virus

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: West Nile viruses

West Nile viruses. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a group of West Nile viruses (WNV). This virus is known to cause encephalitis in humans

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: John Wise, aeronaut

John Wise, aeronaut
John Wise (1808-1879), American balloonist, born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. He made his first balloon ascent in Philadelphia in 1835

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: Terminator 3 livery on the Jaguar R4 bodywork

Formula One World Championship: Terminator 3 livery on the Jaguar R4 bodywork
Terminator 3 (T3) livery on the Jaguar R4 bodywork. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 18 July 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: Winglet detail on the Ferrari F2003-GA

Formula One World Championship: Winglet detail on the Ferrari F2003-GA
Winglet detail on the Ferrari F2003-GA. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 18 July 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: A Fire Engine arrives at the Silverstone Media centre after a bomb

Formula One World Championship: A Fire Engine arrives at the Silverstone Media centre after a bomb scare
A Fire Engine arrives at the Silverstone Media centre after a bomb scare. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 18 July 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: New aerodynamic winglets on the Toyota TF103

Formula One World Championship: New aerodynamic winglets on the Toyota TF103
New aerodynamic winglets on the Toyota TF103. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 18 July 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: Friday crowds

Formula One World Championship: Friday crowds
Friday crowds. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 18 July 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: Tony Ponturo, vice-president global media

Formula One World Championship: Tony Ponturo, vice-president global media and sports marketing for Anheuser-Busch Inc
(L to R): Tony Ponturo, vice-president global media and sports marketing for Anheuser-Busch Inc. parent company to new sponsor Budweiser with Frank Williams (GBR) Williams Team Principal

Background imageImages Dated 18th July 2003: Formula One World Championship: Cricket and F1 meet in the pits

Formula One World Championship: Cricket and F1 meet in the pits: Alec Stewart Surrey; James Anderson Lancashire;
Cricket and F1 meet in the pits (L to R): Alec Stewart (GBR) Surrey; James Anderson (GBR) Lancashire; Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari; Michael Vaughan (GBR) Yorkshire


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