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Images Dated 19th June 2003

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Portrait of American physicist, Robert Goddard Featured 19 Jun 2003 Print

Portrait of American physicist, Robert Goddard

Portrait of Robert Goddard (1882-1945), American physicist and pioneer of liquid-fuelled rockets. This photograph was taken when Goddard was 42 years old, teaching at Clark University. Goddard was born and educated at Worcester, Massachusetts. He studied physics at Clark University, working as Professor there for most of his life. In 1919, he published his paper on the practical aspects of spaceflight. In 1926, he built and tested a kerosene/liquid oxygen rocket. By 1935 he had even built supersonic rockets, guided by gyroscopes. It was not until 15 years after his death that the US Government made a $1 million payment to his widow for infringing some of his 216 patents

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Radiologist Featured 19 Jun 2003 Print

Radiologist

MODEL RELEASED. Radiologist examining an X-ray. The X-ray is of a lower leg that has had a plate (white) screwed in place to help a broken tibia heal. The other lower leg bone (fibula) is seen at left of the tibia. These two bones connect to the femur (thigh bone) at the knee (upper left)

© Tek Image/Science Photo Library

Bone, Break, Broken, Calf, Condition, Consultant, Disorder, Doctor, Female, Female Women Females, Fibula, Fixed, Fracture, Fractured, Health Care, Implant, Knee, Leg, Lower, Medical, Medicine, Metal, People Person Persons, Pin, Pinned, Plate, Prosthesis, Prosthetic, Radiograph, Radiography, Radiologist, Radiology, Repair, Repaired, Screw, Tibia, Treatment, Woman, Womanly Feminine Activity

Formula One World Championship: Seventh placed Tom Pryce Shadow DN5B gets it crossed up at Mirabeau ahead of team mate Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow DN5B Featured 19 Jun 2003 Print

Formula One World Championship: Seventh placed Tom Pryce Shadow DN5B gets it crossed up at Mirabeau ahead of team mate Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow DN5B

Seventh placed Tom Pryce (GBR) Shadow DN5B gets it crossed up at Mirabeau ahead of team mate Jean-Pierre Jarier (FRA) Shadow DN5B, who finished eighth.
Monaco Grand Prix, Rd6, Monte Carlo, 30 May 1976.
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