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Images Dated 28th March 2009

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HMS Argyll Featured 28 Mar 2009 Print

HMS Argyll

Royal Navy Type 23 frigate HMS Argyll.
The 3rd Royal Navy ship to bear the name, she is also the 3rd of the Royal Navy's Duke class frigates and was commissioned on 30 May 1991.
She was built by Yarrow Shipbuilders in Glasgow to a revolutionary design with a superstructure shaped to minimise radar reflections and to make the ship as small as a fishing boat on the enemy's radar, and with engines so quiet as to be inaudible, HMS Argyll represents the latest in naval technology.
The Ship's Company is small, only 180 people although each one trained to be proficient in high-tech maritime warfare, whether controlling the engines or firing missiles

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Australia-Climate-Warming-Earthhour-World Featured 28 Mar 2009 Print

Australia-Climate-Warming-Earthhour-World

This general views shows the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the lights on before "Earth Hour" takes place in Sydney on March 28, 2009. The waters of Sydney Harbour plunged into darkness at 830pm local time, with the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge killing their lights for an hour in a global call for action on climate change. AFP PHOTO/Krystle WRIGHT / AFP PHOTO / KRYSTLE WRIGHT

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GM1E53T0EZ901 Featured 28 Mar 2009 Print

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The Millenium bridge over the Tyne river is pictured before Earth Hour in Newcastle, northern England March 28, 2009. More than 80 countries have signed up for Earth Hour on Saturday in which homes, office towers and landmarks will turn off their lights from 8.30 pm local time to raise awareness about climate change and the threat from rising greenhouse gas emissions. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)