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Images Dated 7th October 2003

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Young Orangutan Orphan (Pongo pygmaeus) at Rehab Center, Sepilok, Borneo Featured 7 Oct 2003 Print

Young Orangutan Orphan (Pongo pygmaeus) at Rehab Center, Sepilok, Borneo

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A round from an AT-4 small rocket launcher impacts on Range 400 Featured 7 Oct 2003 Print

A round from an AT-4 small rocket launcher impacts on Range 400

A round from an AT-4 small rocket launcher impacts on Range 400 at Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, Twentynine Palms, California

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Wernher von Braun, German rocket designer Featured 7 Oct 2003 Print

Wernher von Braun, German rocket designer

Dr Wernher von Braun (1912-77), German-American rocket designer. Von Braun was the son of a German baron and Government minister. He was educated at Zurich and Berlin Institutes of Technology. He started work on rocket design in 1932, becoming technical head of the German Peenemunde research centre in 1938. There he was responsible for the development of the V-2 rocket. At the end of the war, von Braun surrendered to the American army. He became a leading figure in the American space programme, designing the first US satellite launcher (Jupiter) in 1958 and overseeing the design of the Saturn rocket in the 1960s. He left NASA in 1972, and died of cancer five years later

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