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Images Dated 2nd April 2004

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Krushchev, Tereshkova, Nikolayev, Gagarin Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

Krushchev, Tereshkova, Nikolayev, Gagarin

The politician and the cosmonauts: (left to right) Khrushchev, Valentina Tereshkova, Adrian Nikolayev & Yuri Gagarin in Red Square, Moscow. Gagarin made the first manned spaceflight in the Vostok 1 spacecraft on April 12, 1961. Nikolayev was the third man in space in Vostok 3 on August 11, 1962. Tereshkova became the first woman in space in Vostok 6 on June 16, 1963


Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe

Oscar Straus The Chocolate Soldier ( Der Tapfere Soldat ). Opera bouffe. Score cover of waltzes from operetta (arrangement for piano), 1909 (Vienna premire 1908, New York 1909). Opra Bouffe. The heroine and the soldier. Austrian composer, 1870-1954. F.C. Whitney's production. Based on George Bernard Shaws Arms and the Man . Published B. Feldman & Co., London. 1909 Jerome H. Remick, New York - Detroit. Orginally published 1908 Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Hermansky), Vienna - Leipzig

Brachiopod fossil shell Featured 2 Apr 2004 Print

Brachiopod fossil shell

Brachiopod fossil shell from the 500 million-year- old Burgess Shale rock. This shell is a Micromitra burgessensis shell. This animal was a brachiopod, a marine invertebrate inhabiting a bivalve shell, similar to today's marine molluscs. The structure of brachiopod bodies were different, but they are generally still classified with the molluscs. They were common between 590 and 65 million years ago, but only a few species survive today. The Burgess Shale rocks, found in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, were formed by avalanches of fine mud that preserved soft tissue details rarely found in the fossil record. They also recorded the Cambrian Explosion, a variety of newly evolved body shapes