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Images Dated 10th September 2004

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U.S. Army Specialist uses binoculars to scan the perimeter Featured 10 Sep 2004 Image

U.S. Army Specialist uses binoculars to scan the perimeter

U.S. Army Specialist, armed with a 5.56mm M249 Suad Automatic Weapon, uses binoculars to scan the perimeter as he mans his perimeter defense to the company's assembly area at Balad, Iraq, during Operation Iraqi Freedom

© Stocktrek Images

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N.A. USA, Alaska. Kayaking near a large iceberg in and around the Columbia Glacier Featured 10 Sep 2004 Image

N.A. USA, Alaska. Kayaking near a large iceberg in and around the Columbia Glacier

N.A. USA, Alaska. Kayaking near a large iceberg in and around the Columbia Glacier. (Editorial Usage Only)

© Julie Eggers / DanitaDelimont.com

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Cluster of influenza viruses Featured 10 Sep 2004 Image

Cluster of influenza viruses

Influenza virus. Computer manipulation of Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of a cluster of five spherical-shaped influenza (flu) viruses. The image has been smoothed and coloured to make it more abstract. Each virus is surrounded by a spiked protein envelope. The tiny external spikes stick to host cells when the virus invades the body. The virus has an affinity for mucus, and is spread in droplets from coughs or sneezes. Infection is usually short- lived. However, the spikes on the virus can change structure to create a new strain of influenza that may spread as an epidemic. Magnification x114, 000 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© DR KARI LOUNATMAA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY