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Us-Hubble-Eskimo Nebula Featured 2000 Print

Us-Hubble-Eskimo Nebula

This Hubble Space Telescope image taken after a successful December, 1999 servicing mission and released by NASA 24 January, 2000 shows a planetary nebula, the glowing remains of a dying, sunlike star nicknamed the "Eskimo" Nebula(NGC 2392) because when viewed through ground-based telescopes it resembles a face surrounded by a fur parka. The planetary nebula began forming about 10, 000 years ago, when the dying star began flinging material into space. The Eskimo Nebula is about 5, 000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Gemini. AFP PHOTO/NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA

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MER-FETE Featured 2000 Print


A general view of the sailing ships and boats taking part in the "Brest 2000" seafaring nostalgia 14 July 2000, in the port of Brest, Brittanny. The four-yearly international Festival of Sailors and the Sea presents some 2.300 majestic tall ships and other historic vessels of all shapes and sizes coming from around 20 countries. // des bateaux naviguent, le 14 juillet 2000 dans le port de Brest, lors de la fte de la mer et des marins "Brest 2000", qui se droule du 13 au 17 juillet. AFP PHOTO EMMANUEL PAIN / AFP PHOTO / EMMANUEL PAIN

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Us-Largest Cranes-Golden Gate Featured 2000 Print

Us-Largest Cranes-Golden Gate

Four of the world's largest cranes squeak under the Golden Gate Bridge by seven feet (210cm) 24 October, 2000, in San Francisco Bay. The 220- feet (66 meters) high cranes which were manufactured by the Zhenhua Port Machinery Company of Shanghai, China, will have to slip under the San Francisco Bay Bridge 25 October with exactly 22 inches (55cm) to spare, the tightest squeeze in bridge history. The cranes are destined for the Port of Oakland in California. (FILM) AFP PHOTO/John G. MABANGLO / AFP PHOTO / JOHN G. MABANGLO

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