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Images Dated 13th June 2002

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Robotic helicopter Featured 13 Jun 2002 Print

Robotic helicopter

Robotic helicopter with an onboard computer (metal box, lower centre) for its autopilot program. The leads link to servo-mechanisms that the computer uses to fly the helicopter. This helicopter was developed at MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), USA. It comprises a radio-controlled minicopter that was modified with a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver, an altimeter, a compass and an array of inertial sensors. These relayed data about test flights flown by remote control. The data was used to simulate the flights and write the autopilot software. It performed the first-ever autonomous axial roll in November 2001. Planned uses include filming and military uses

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Artwork of a Meteosat satellite orbiting the Earth Featured 13 Jun 2002 Print

Artwork of a Meteosat satellite orbiting the Earth

Meteosat satellite. Artwork of a Meteosat weather satellite in orbit above the Earth. It is seen positioned in geostationary orbit above Africa and Europe. Meteosat is a series of European Space Agency (ESA) weather satellites. Cylindrical in shape, it is spin stabilised. It has a three- channel scanner behind the grey oval door; these channels record images in visible light, thermal infrared, and water vapour. A full-disc image of the Earth at each waveband is returned every 30 minutes. At the top of the satellite can be seen its antenna assembly. As well as direct monitoring of weather patterns, Meteosat can operate as a data relay transmitting weather data

© DAVID DUCROS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Birdlings Flat, Rock Beach, Bluffs & turquoise Water, Kaitorete Spit, New Zealand Featured 13 Jun 2002 Print

Birdlings Flat, Rock Beach, Bluffs & turquoise Water, Kaitorete Spit, New Zealand

© Reid, Rich / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

Aa Photographer, Beach, Beaches, Beautiful, Beauty, Bluff, Bright, Calm, Cliff, Coast, Coast Line, Colorful, Colourful, Concept, Effect, Environment, Environmental, Geology, Kaitorete Spit, Landscape, Natural, Nature, New Zealand, Ocean, Oceania, Pacific Ocean, Pacific Rim, Peaceful, Quality, Quiet, Rich Reid, Rock, Scen Ic, Sea Side, Shore, Thp, Water, Wave