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Images Dated 26th July 2004

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V8 SUPERCAR ROUND 7 WINTON, VICTORIA Featured 26 Jul 2004 Print

V8 SUPERCAR ROUND 7 WINTON, VICTORIA

V8 SUPERCAR ROUND 7 WINTON VICTORIA 25-07-04: V8 Supercar driver Steve Johnson during round 7 of the V8 Supercar Championship being held this weekend at Winton Raceway Victoria, Australia

V8 Supercar

A baby koala named Cooee is held by its mother at Sydneys Taronga Zoo Featured 26 Jul 2004 Print

A baby koala named Cooee is held by its mother at Sydneys Taronga Zoo

A baby koala named Cooee is held by it's mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo July 26, 2004. A report into the dangerous levels of koalas present on Kangaroo Island, located south of the South Australian city of Adelaide, will be released by the Australian Koala Foundation on Wednesday, with the culling of the colony one of the issues to be discussed. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/David Gray DG/CP - RP5DRHYSOEAB

Artists impression of Magellan radar mapping Featured 26 Jul 2004 Print

Artists impression of Magellan radar mapping

Illustration showing the Magellan spacecraft using radar to map the surface of Venus. Magellan was NASA's first planetary mission since the Voyager craft of the late 1970s. It was deployed by Shuttle Atlantis on 5 May 1989, arriving in orbit on 10 August 1990. The first 243-day mapping cycle was commenced on 29 August 1990. Magellan used radar to penetrate the thick shroud of clouds around Venus, returning images of over 90% of the surface at unprecedented resolution. This has allowed scientists to study Venus geology for the first time, revealing an active tectonic past. In January 1992 the intense heat radiated by Venus finally caused Magellan to fail

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