- Title Rome
- Released 24/03/2017 10:00 am
- Copyright Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by ESA
- DescriptionRome and its surroundings are pictured in this image from the Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite, captured on 17 January 2016.
The Seaforth imprint of Pen & Sword has a well-deserved reputation for producing fine studies of naval technology and action. This new book contains well-chosen technical drawings within it as excellent illustration. The author provides a well-balanced review of British Warship design and construction prior to and during WWII. Much Recommended
The Seaforth imprint of Pen & Sword has a well-deserved reputation for producing fine studies of naval technology and action. This new book is the third volume of the Perkins Identification Albums, Part one of the Cruiser album. The series is a quite unique production in conjunction with the British National Maritime Museum. A must for collectors, professionals and serious enthusiasts, most highly recommended
READ THE FULL REVIEW The Seaforth imprint of Pen & Sword has a well-deserved reputation for producing fine studies of naval technology and action. The publication of the latest annual World Naval Review is an eagerly awaited event. The group of respected specialist authors is again under the editorship of Conrad Waters and have provided an absorbing selection of articles. Highly Recommended http://reviews.firetrench.com http://adn.firetrench.com http://bgn.firetrench.com http://nthn.firetrench.com
Milan Bergamo Airport is on course to continue the robust growth it witnessed last year, adding 14 new routes, resuming 11 seasonal links and welcoming two new airlines for the S17 timetable. Having recorded 7.2% passenger traffic increase in 2016, the expanding summer schedule further consolidates the gateway’s position as Italy’s third busiest airport in terms of annual passengers.
Result will help pilots modify flight plans to reduce or mitigate sonic boom impacts
- Result will help pilots modify flight plans to reduce or mitigate sonic boom impacts
- Display combines synthetic vision, terrain awareness and weather data
COLUMBIA, Maryland (March 22, 2017) – Rockwell Collins recently teamed with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to demonstrate its Sonic Boom Display at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. The usability demonstration and pilot working group meeting marked a major milestone in the two year project. The Sonic Boom Display project is expected to be completed this March. The resulting sonic boom impact visualization will help pilots modify flight plans to reduce sonic boom impacts or mitigate it all together.
The GEO Flight 3 satellite will provide a wider area of coverage for the U.S. Air Force’s Space Based Infrared System
SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — From its final orbit location 22,000 miles above the equator, the third Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) satellite recently sent its first images back down to Earth, a milestone known as “first light.”