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Images Dated 13th December 2004

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A seagull flies in front of the Sydney city skyline as a storm approaches in Sydney Featured 13 Dec 2004 Print

A seagull flies in front of the Sydney city skyline as a storm approaches in Sydney

A seagull flies in front of the Sydney city skyline as a storm approaches December 13, 2004. Severe weather closed Sydney's airport and caused property damage after storms hit the city mid-afternoon producing large hailstones and causing flooding. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CP - RP5DRHYTGXAA

Tai Chi exercises at sunrise, The Bund, Shanghai China Featured 13 Dec 2004 Print

Tai Chi exercises at sunrise, The Bund, Shanghai China

Tai Chi exercises at sunrise, The Bund, Shanghai China
Tai Chi at sunrise - The Bund - Shanghai China

© Michele Falzone

Asia, Asian, China, Chinese, Cities, City, Cn03067, Exercises, Far East, Jai, Michele Falzone, Misty, Morning, Pu Dong, The Bund, Travel, Travel Destinations, Urban, World Locations

A-bomb Fat Man Featured 13 Dec 2004 Print

A-bomb Fat Man

A-bomb "Fat Man", an atomic fission bomb of the type dropped over Nagasaki, Japan on August 9th 1945. It was this act, along with a similar attack on Hiroshima, that forced the surrender of Japan on September 2nd of that year. The device consisted of a slightly subcritical mass of plutonium encased by explosives. The firing of these charges caused compression of the fissionable material and so rendered it supercritical. Hence this was called the implosion method. The ensuing nuclear chain reaction released vast amounts of energy; despite weighing under 5 tonnes it had a yield equivalent to 20, 000 tonnes of high explosive

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