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Images Dated 16th April 2004

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2004 Champ Car World Series Featured 16 Apr 2004 Print

2004 Champ Car World Series

Nelson Phillippe (FRA), Rocketsports Racing Lola Ford Cosworth, during practice for the Long Beach Grand Prix.
Champ Car World Series, Rd1, Grand Prix of Long Beach, Long Beach, California, USA. 16-18 April 2004.
DIGITAL IMAGE

© Sutton Motorsport Images

Action, America, American, Cart, Champ Car World Series, Long Beach, Owrs, United States, United States Of America, Usa

The decommissioned U.S. Navy Battleship, USS Wisconsin, berthed to the pier Featured 16 Apr 2004 Print

The decommissioned U.S. Navy Battleship, USS Wisconsin, berthed to the pier

Starboard bow view of the decommissioned US Navy (USN Battleship, USS Wisconsin (BB-64), berthed to the pier, on exhibit at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, Norfolk Virginia, with Sailors manning the rails during a 60th Anniversary Celebration

© Stocktrek Images

Adult, Anchored, Armament, Battleship, Bb 64, Berthed, Celebration, Color Image, Day, Decommissioned, Dock, Docked, Front View, Gun, Harbor, Iowa Class, Large Group Of People, Man The Rails, Military, Moored, Naval, Navy, Outdoors, Photography, Pier, Routine, Sailor, Salute, Ship, Starboard, Turret, Us Armed Forces, Us Navy, Uss Wisconsin, Vertical, Vessel, Warship, Wharf

False colour TEM of an influenza virion Featured 16 Apr 2004 Print

False colour TEM of an influenza virion

False-colour transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a single virion (particle) of the influenza virus. The influenza virus belongs to the orthomyxovirus class of RNA viruses (the influenza viruses group), all of which possess an affinity for mucous. Spikes projecting from the viral envelope (just visible here) become attached to receptors on the surface of the host cells of the respiratory epithelium - the mechanism of the first stage of infection. Influenza is usually short-lived & generally not serious, although virus-induced pneumonia or secondary bacterial infection can prove fatal. Magnification: x400, 000 at 6x7cm size

© CNRI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY