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Images Dated 20th February 2006

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Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position Featured 20 Feb 2006 Print

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position

James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position and the four points necessary to take his first and only World Championship title.
Japanese Grand Prix, Rd 16, Fuji, Japan, 24 October 1976

© Sutton Motorsport Images

Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864 Featured 20 Feb 2006 Print

Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864

Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Ford's Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning. His son Thomas, also known as Tad (1853-1871), died at the age of 18, probably of tuberculosis

© Art Media / Heritage-Images

St Elmos fire Featured 20 Feb 2006 Print

St Elmos fire

St Elmo's fire. Historical artwork of St Elmo's fire glowing from the tops of a ship's masts. St Elmo's fire is a continuous electrical discharge that occurs towards the end of thunderstorms. The air between the surface and the clouds becomes strongly electrically charged. The electrical fields are most intense at the tips of pointed objects, such as a ship's masts. These very strong electrical fields ionise, or excite, the air molecules, changing them to a plasma state and causing them to release energy as light, resulting in a glow. The ship in this illustration is Christopher Columbus's caravel

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY