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Images Dated 29th August 2013

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Hallstatt in the Cloudy Morning (Vertical Image) Featured 29 Aug 2013 Print

Hallstatt in the Cloudy Morning (Vertical Image)

Hallstatt in the cloudy morning.
Though there was no sunrise but during morning twilight, the clearing fog was so beautiful and the city light from the village made the contrast to the background. It looks like this village is floating in the cloud.
Hallstatt is only a small village that you can explore by walk within a few hours. Anyway I love to stay here again and again for taking this spot

EyeUbiquitous_20109242 Featured 29 Aug 2013 Print


Ireland, Belfast, Titanic Quarter, Titanic Belfast Visitor Experience, Titanica sculpture by Rowan Gillespie with a section of the building and blue sky in the background

© Hugh Rooney / Eye Ubiquitous

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Tornado GR4 Carrying Storm Shadow Missiles Featured 29 Aug 2013 Print

Tornado GR4 Carrying Storm Shadow Missiles

An RAF Tornado GR4 aircraft carrying two Storm Shadow missiles under the fuselage.
This long-range air-launched and conventionally-armed missile equips RAF Tornado GR4 squadrons and saw operational service in 2003 with 617 Squadron during combat in Iraq, prior to entering full service in 2004. Post deployment analysis demonstrated the missile's exceptional accuracy, and the effect on targets was described as devastating. Based on this performance, it is arguably the most advanced weapon of its kind in the world.
Feasibility studies on a possible UK requirement for a Long Range Stand- Off Missile were originally commissioned in 1982, and work was eventually subsumed in 1986 into the NATO seven-nation Modular Stand- Off Weapon programme. This project was however aborted, and the UK subsequently withdrew. With the end of the Cold War the UK's continued need for a stand-off requirement was reviewed and endorsed as part of the Options for Change exercise. An international competition was launched in 1994 to meet the UK's Conventionally Armed Stand Off Missile (CASOM) requirement, and seven companies responded