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Lighthouse and cliffs at Butt of Lewis, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland Featured 1970 Print

Lighthouse and cliffs at Butt of Lewis, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Lighthouse and cliffs at Butt of Lewis, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

© Lee Frost

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Ron Harris introduces his Chelsea players to Princess Margaret before kick-off - 1970 FA Cup Final Featured 1970 Print

Ron Harris introduces his Chelsea players to Princess Margaret before kick-off - 1970 FA Cup Final

Football - 1970 FA Cup Final - [First Game] Chelsea 2 Leeds United 2
Chelsea captain Ron Harris introduces his players to Princess Margaret before kick-off at Wembley.
Left to right: Ron Harris, Peter Bonetti, Peter Osgood (shaking hands) Peter Houseman, Ian Hutchinson, Charlie Cooke and Tommy Baldwin.
11/04/1970

© Colorsport

Us-Astronautics-Apollo Xiii-Launch Featured 1970 Print

Us-Astronautics-Apollo Xiii-Launch

The 363 foot-high (110 meters) Apollo 13 Saturn V space vehicle lifts off 11 April 1970 from the Kennedy Space Center's launch complex with astronauts James A. Lovell Jr., John L. Swigers Jr. and Fred W. Haise Jr. on what was supposed to be the third NASA's manned lunar landing mission. After the explosion of the ship's oxygen tanks 13 April as it had passed into the moon's gravitational field the crew had to leave the command module and climb into the LEM (Lunar Exploration Module). The three astronauts used primitive celestial navigation techniques to determine where they were and how to get back to earth. Despite continued peril, their calculations worked and on 17 April 1970 Apollo XIII splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean with all occupants intact. / AFP PHOTO

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