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Images Dated 29th June 2005

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4-mc114.96, animal, animal behaviour, asleep, behaviour, carnivora, carnivore, carnivorous Featured 29 Jun 2005 Image

4-mc114.96, animal, animal behaviour, asleep, behaviour, carnivora, carnivore, carnivorous

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© Oxford Scientific

Aviations Boatswains Mate directs an F/A-18E Super Hornet Featured 29 Jun 2005 Image

Aviations Boatswains Mate directs an F/A-18E Super Hornet

Pacific Ocean, December 15, 2006 - Aviations Boatswain's Mate directs an F/A-18E Super Hornet after successfully completing an arrested landing aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN-68)

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Trigers caisson, 19th century Featured 29 Jun 2005 Image

Trigers caisson, 19th century

Triger's caisson. 19th-century artwork of workers using the pneumatic caisson invented in 1839 by the French engineer Triger. This was the first use of pressurised air to dig underwater shafts, a technique that is still used today. The lowest section is pressurised to keep the water out. The middle section is an airlock, through which the soil was passed to the upper section which was at atmospheric pressure. Triger's caisson used sheet metal for the walls of the caisson, and was first used during mining in the Basse-Loire coalfield. Artwork published in Mines and Miners (L. Simonin, 1868)

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY