probe 42  results

Voyager II Probe Passes JupiterVoyager II Probe Passes Jupiter
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Close up of gloved hand holding probe examining petri dishClose up of gloved hand holding probe examining petri dish
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
Underwater view of a female pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) probing with her anal fin in Hartney Creek near Cordova, Alaska in the summer, Alaska, United States of AmericaUnderwater view of a female pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) probing with her anal fin in Hartney Creek near Cordova, Alaska in the summer, Alaska, United States of America
Lab technician preparing pH probeLab technician preparing pH probe
Illustration of a Voyager probe at the Oort cloud. The two Voyager probes were launched in late 1970s. Voyager 1 has now passed into interstellar space - beyond the influence of the Sun's magnetic field - and Voyager 2 is set to do so in the early 2020s. Some 300 years from now, the probes will enter the beginnings of the Oort cloud - a swarm of inert comet nuclei surrounding the Sun up to perhaps 50,000 astronomical units from it. The cloud is so vast that the probes are expected to take around 40,000 years to pass through it into clear space.Illustration of a Voyager probe at the Oort cloud. The two Voyager probes were launched in late 1970s. Voyager 1 has now passed into interstellar space - beyond the influence of the Sun's magnetic field - and Voyager 2 is set to do so in the early 2020s. Some 300 years from now, the probes will enter the beginnings of the Oort cloud - a swarm of inert comet nuclei surrounding the Sun up to perhaps 50,000 astronomical units from it. The cloud is so vast that the probes are expected to take around 40,000 years to pass through it into clear space.
Alaska, United States of America - July 28, 2012: A Female Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus Nerka) Uses Her Anal Fin To Probe Her Redd While A Jack Is Positioned Downstream. Underwater View In An Alaskan Stream During The Summer.Alaska, United States of America - July 28, 2012: A Female Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus Nerka) Uses Her Anal Fin To Probe Her Redd While A Jack Is Positioned Downstream. Underwater View In An Alaskan Stream During The Summer.
Alaska, United States of America - August 11, 2012: Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha) Probes Her Redd While Her Alpha Male Guards In An Alaska Stream During Summer.Alaska, United States of America - August 11, 2012: Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha) Probes Her Redd While Her Alpha Male Guards In An Alaska Stream During Summer.
Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) probes her redd in an Alaskan intertidal stream during summer.Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) probes her redd in an Alaskan intertidal stream during summer.
Dentist using a probe to point to cavities in model teethDentist using a probe to point to cavities in model teeth
Man with metal detector at the sand beachMan with metal detector at the sand beach
Variety of dental tools on white backgroundVariety of dental tools on white background
Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.
Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.
Juno Spacecraft above Great Red SpotJuno Spacecraft above Great Red Spot
Backlit Pluto and Charon, illustrationBacklit Pluto and Charon, illustration
New Horizons spacecraft at PlutoNew Horizons spacecraft at Pluto
New Horizons spacecraft at PlutoNew Horizons spacecraft at Pluto
New Horizons spacecraft at PlutoNew Horizons spacecraft at Pluto
New Horizons spacecraft at PlutoNew Horizons spacecraft at Pluto
Juno and Jupiter's auroraeJuno and Jupiter's aurorae
Closeup of medical tools on a tray in a dental surgeryCloseup of medical tools on a tray in a dental surgery
Closeup of medical tools on a tray in a dental surgeryCloseup of medical tools on a tray in a dental surgery
Denture mold and toolsDenture mold and tools
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist rubbing a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist rubbing a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist rubbing a client's back with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist rubbing a client's back with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Hands of a physiotherapist rubbing a client's back with an ultrasound machineHands of a physiotherapist rubbing a client's back with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Hands of a physiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machineHands of a physiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist rubbing a patient's back with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist rubbing a patient's back with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist treating a client's back with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist treating a client's back with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist treating a client's shoulder with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Physiotherapist treating a patient's shoulder with an ultrasound machinePhysiotherapist treating a patient's shoulder with an ultrasound machine
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Boy using a stick to poke at remnants of a section of an old rusted truck along a dirt road in the desertBoy using a stick to poke at remnants of a section of an old rusted truck along a dirt road in the desert
EXCLUSIVE IMAGE
Add to setAdd to cart
Ostrich HeadOstrich Head
Paleontologist's hand digging in earthPaleontologist's hand digging in earth
Boy riding a remote-controlled vehicleBoy riding a remote-controlled vehicle
Dentist selecting a dental instrumentDentist selecting a dental instrument
Dentist selecting a dental instrumentDentist selecting a dental instrument
Person picking up a tray of dental toolsPerson picking up a tray of dental tools
Dental assistant holding a tray of instrumentsDental assistant holding a tray of instruments
Close up of dental instrumentsClose up of dental instruments
Dentist holding dental toolsDentist holding dental tools

Sorry,

Something went wrong. Please try again.

Sorry, no matches found.

Undo last filter | Search all of Offset

Back to top