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Images Dated 30th June 2016

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US-SPACE-MOON-APOLLO XI Featured 30 Jun 2016 Image

US-SPACE-MOON-APOLLO XI

A 70mm Airborne Lightweight Optical Tracking System (ALOTS) camera, mounted in a pod on a cargo door of a US Air Force EC-135N aircraft, photographed this event 16 July 1969 in the early moments of the Apollo 11 launch. The mated Apollo spacecraft and Saturn V second (S-11) and third (S-IVB) stages pull away from the expended first (S-1C) stage. Separation occurred at an altitude of about 38 miles, some 55 miles downrange from Cape Kennedy. The aircraft's pod is 20 feet long and 5 feet in diameter. The crew of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission were astronauts Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. AFP PHOTO NASA / AFP PHOTO / NASA / HO

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Halton House 18930_03 Featured 30 Jun 2016 Image

Halton House 18930_03

Halton House, Halton, Buckinghamshire. An aerial view of Halton House, which is set in extensive grounds. The house was built in 1881-4 by William Cubitt & Company for Lord Rothschild. It is in the French chateau style. It was later bought and extended by the RAF. Photographed in September 2000

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Victorian

Finsbury 21765_01 Featured 30 Jun 2016 Image

Finsbury 21765_01

Finsbury, City of London. This picture was taken over Finsbury looking south-east to the square mile of the City. The large rectangular building with the green roof in the centre of the picture is Smithfield's Market. Further toward the river is the familiar dome of St Paul's Cathedral. The commercial heart of the capital employs somewhere in the region of half a million people, of whom only about 8, 000 actually live in the city. Photographed in August 2002

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