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Images Dated 7th October 2009

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Southeast Asia at night, satellite image Featured 7 Oct 2009 Print

Southeast Asia at night, satellite image

Southeast Asia at night. Satellite image of the Earth seen at 18:00 (6pm) GMT (UCT), centred on China. City lights (yellow) show areas of dense population, particularly in India (left), China (upper centre) and Japan (upper right). Most of Australia (lower right) is uninhabited, as is the Arctic (top). Image obtained using data from Landsat 5 and Landsat 7 satellites

© PLANETOBSERVER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick N070675 Featured 7 Oct 2009 Print

Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick N070675

APSLEY HOUSE, London. Frederick William Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel (1771-1815) c.1813-15. German school. WM 1553-1948. A veteran of the Prussian army, who had fought many wars with the French since 1789. He briefly inherited the Duchy in 1806, but in 1807 it was seized by the French. In 1809 with the resumption of hostilities he established a Brunswick corps - wearing black in mourning for their occupied Duchy. He finally regained his Duchy in 1813. In 1815, as a Major-General, he led a fresh contingent in the Hundred Days campaign, but was killed by a gunshot at the Battle of Quatre Bras on 16th June, while leading his troops. He died two days before the Battle of Waterloo

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2010 RAF Photographic Competition Cat A - Mobile News Team, Headquarters Air Command Featured 7 Oct 2009 Print

2010 RAF Photographic Competition Cat A - Mobile News Team, Headquarters Air Command

A Royal Air Force Chinook takes off during an exercise whilst practising dust landings. The Chinook helicopter is a highly capable and versatile aircraft that can cope well in many diverse environments, including the harsh conditions of Afghanistan.
Chinook helicopters can be used for search and rescue, troop insertion, casualty evacuation and supply. They are capable of carrying up to 55 troops or 10 tonnes of freight (up to five Land Rovers - two internal and three as under slung loads). The helicopter has a twin rotor design which enables it to carry a payload equivalent to its own weight.
This image was entered into the 2010 RAF Photographic Competition Cat A - Mobile News Team, Headquarters Air Command First Place