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Images Dated 19th October 2004

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RAF Typhoons attack German tanks, France; Second World War Featured 19 Oct 2004 Image

RAF Typhoons attack German tanks, France; Second World War

Illustration showing Royal Air Force Typhoons, fighter-bombers equipped with rockets, attacking a column of German armour, near Mortain, 1944. German tanks and armoured vehicles had been massing in this area for a large scale counter-attack on American positions and low cloud had concealed their intentions from the Allied air force. However on 8th August, the clouds broke and two large German columns, consisting of several hundred vehicles, were seen and attacked by British aeroplanes

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Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944 Featured 19 Oct 2004 Image

Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944

Illustration showing a Royal Air Force Taylorcraft Auster IV airplane, with an artillery spotter on board, pictured in action over Italy, 1944. The Auster IV was an excellent airplane for the role of artillery-spotting as it was very slow flying, allowing the spotter to have a good look at where the enemy were and where the artillery shells were landing

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Strain meters measuring seismic slip at Parkfield Featured 19 Oct 2004 Image

Strain meters measuring seismic slip at Parkfield

Parkfield earthquake prediction experiment. Strain meters measuring seismic slip on the San Andreas fault at Parkfield, California. Seismologists have predicted that an earthquake of around magnitude 6 will occur at Parkfield before 1993 and dozens of researchers are studying the area. The black "dustbin" in the foreground is the cap of a 200- metre well containing a strain meter belonging to the University of Queensland. The nearby solar panel provides energy & the antenna transmits the data via satellite. In the background is a second strain meter owned by the Carnegie Institute. The meters can detect slips of as little as a few millimetres over an area of 25 square kilometres

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