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Images Dated 19th October 2007

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CUTTY SARK CLIPPER Featured 19 Oct 2007 Image


China clipper, though she only made 8 voyages to China before steamships destroyed the clipper business : she then became a wool carrier, then a training ship

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International Space Station Featured 19 Oct 2007 Image

International Space Station

International Space Station (ISS) in orbit. Computer artwork of the final configuration of the ISS research facilty after all its components have been added. It is due to be completed in 2010. The ISS orbits at a height of around 350 kilometres above the Earth's surface


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Sunrise at RNAS Yeovilton Featured 19 Oct 2007 Image

Sunrise at RNAS Yeovilton

Sunrise at RNAS Yeovilton.
An early morning sunrise at RNAS Yeovilton/HMS Heron as the ground crew of 702 Naval Air Squadron get ready for the departure of a Lynx MK3 aircraft.
RNAS Yeovilton, home to the Fleet Air Arm pictured on a cold October morning as 702 Lynx Naval Air Squadron, get there aircraft ready for a days flying.
The Lynx MK3 & MK8 aircraft are used to train pilots and observers, who will later deploy on operational duties, once there intense training period has been completed.
702 NAS also fly and maintain the Royal Navys black Cats display team aircraft.
The display aircraft are also used for squadron day to day training tasks, ensuring that every RN asset is put to its correct use.
The trainee pilots dont get to use the display aircraft for anything other than flying under the direction of a qualified Royal Navy pilot instructor. Only selected aircrew are able to use the aircraft for aerial displays.
Date- 19th October 2007.
Image by- LA(PHOT) Paul ABarrow.