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Images Dated 30th June 2005

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open-uri20120929-14368-18rj6zg Featured 30 Jun 2005 Print

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1980 British Grand Prix.
Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 11-13 July 1980.
Jacques Laffite (Ligier JS11/15-Ford Cosworth) and Alan Jones (Williams FW07B-Ford Cosworth) follow Didier Pironi (Ligier JS11/15-Ford Cosworth) early in the race. Jones finished in 1st position.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
Ref: 35mm transparency 80GB16

HMS Illustrious on Exercise Neptune Warrior Featured 30 Jun 2005 Print

HMS Illustrious on Exercise Neptune Warrior

Having spent two years embarking periodically in HMS Invincible as the High-Readiness Aircraft Carrier, 801 NAS had just returned from 6 weeks training with HMS Illustrious, in order to assist in her preparations for the role. Embarking for the second and third phases of her Operational Sea Training (OST) package, together with 849 Squadron A Flight Sea King Mk 7s and a Sea King Mk 6 of 771 Squadron, 801's Sea Harrier FA2s tailored their flying to provide progressive training for all of HMS Illustrious newly formed crew.
After two weeks of combined Fixed and Rotary Wing flying operations, HMS Illustrious next embarked the RAF Harrier GR7's of 1(F) Squadron, who soon adjusted to the unique demands of operating from an Aircraft Carrier at sea. It was at this point, after three intensive weeks that HMS Illustrious and her Tailored Air Group (TAG) were assessed to be fit to continue into Phase 3 of OST, where a highflying rate would be integrated into a tactical scenario.
Following a brief port visit to Newcastle, in order to refresh all embarked personnel and conduct essential maintenance, HMS Illustrious sailed with her full complement of TAG for Exercise Neptune Warrior. This Exercise had an extremely large number of multinational participants, ranging from HMAS Anzac (an Australian Frigate), to a Dutch Submarine, and was conducted in the challenging waters of the North-West Scottish coast. Neptune Warrior pitted two large Naval Task Groups against each other in a complex Political scenario, and enabled the TAG to operate in a Maritime Strike role, focussing on the GR7s Strike capability

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Caterpillar head, SEM Featured 30 Jun 2005 Print

Caterpillar head, SEM

Caterpillar head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a caterpillar. Caterpillars (order Lepidoptera) are the larval stage of the life cycle of a butterfly or moth. A caterpillar is an eruciform larva, one that has a well-developed head and mouth. Most caterpillars have six very simples eyes (pink) on each side of their head. These light sensitive stuctures are called ocelli or stemmata. It is thought they only sense light and dark, and cannot distinguish shapes or colour. Below the head are three pairs of true legs (not seen), behind which are pseudo- legs along the rest of the body, which provide a firm grip. Magnification: x15 when 10 cm wide

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