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Images Dated 27th September 2006

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Commonwealth Jubilee Featured 27 Sep 2006 Print

Commonwealth Jubilee

Jubilee fireworks in Sydney Harbour, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Australian Federation, 30th January 1951. The fireworks were launched by Royal Australian Navy warships and Fort Denison, during a Venetian carnival. (Photo by J. R. T. Richardson/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2007 Getty Images

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Howitzer 105mm light guns are lined up at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan Featured 27 Sep 2006 Print

Howitzer 105mm light guns are lined up at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan

Howitzer 105mm light guns are lined up at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, ready for test firing. Royal Artillery L118 Light Guns are fitted with an Automatic Pointing System, which enables the gun to be unlimbered and in action in 30 seconds

© Andrew Chittock/Stocktrek Images

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John Wesley Hyatt, US inventor Featured 27 Sep 2006 Print

John Wesley Hyatt, US inventor

John Wesley Hyatt (1837-1920), US inventor. Hyatt is best known for discovering a method to simplify the production of the plastic celluloid. He found the method in 1868 while researching a substitute material for ivory billiard balls. He spilt a bottle of collodion, and discovered that it dried into a tough and flexible film. After further experimentation and addition of different materials, he ended up with a form of celluloid that could be molded using heat and pressure, one of the first thermoplastics. The major application of the discovery was in strip format as the first flexible photographic film. By 1900, celluloid was being used in movie films and still photography