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CANADA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1RDRG
September 06, 2015
A Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet from Naval Air Station Oceana Virginia, makes a high speed pass during the...
Toronto, Canada
A Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet from Naval Air Station Oceana Virginia, makes a high speed pass during the...
A Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet from Naval Air Station Oceana Virginia, makes a high speed pass during the Canadian International Air Show in Toronto, Ontario, September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Louis Nastro
RUSSIA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1PJMQ
August 25, 2015
A visitor takes a picture of a Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at...
Zhukovsky, Russia
Visitor takes picture of Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at MAKS International...
A visitor takes a picture of a Tupolev Tu-144 commercial supersonic transport aircraft on display at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, Russia, August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNB0
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAY
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAX
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAT
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAS
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAQ
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAP
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAN
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAM
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-KISS/
RTXPNAJ
October 14, 2009
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer/guitarist Stanley of the rock band KISS poses at his home in Beverly Hills
Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley of the rock band KISS which he co- founded in 1972, poses at his home in Beverly Hills September 9, 2009. Stanley, 57, and fellow bandleader Gene Simmons, 60, are the only two constants in KISS, touring relentlessly with a revolving cast of guitarists and drummers. KISS has just released its first studio album in 11 years, "Sonic Boom." Picture taken September 9, 2009. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT)
AIRSHOW/
RTR24S92
June 18, 2009
A Eurofighter Typhoon jet takes part in a flying display during the 48th Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget...
Le Bourget, France
A Eurofighter Typhoon jet takes part in a flying display during the 48th Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget...
A Eurofighter Typhoon jet takes part in a flying display during the 48th Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2463V
June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor is created as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A ring of water vapor is created as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane...
A ring of water vapor is created as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the sound barrier while performing at New York Air Show at Jones Beach in Wantagh, New York, May 23, 2009. The phenomenon is created when the plane, travelling at low altitudes over water, approaches the speed of sound and the pressure created by the forward sound waves squeezes moisture in the air to form a ball of cloud over the front of the aircraft. REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
USA/
RTR24633
June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor is created as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapor is created as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking...
A ring of water vapor is created as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the sound barrier while performing at New York Air Show at Jones Beach in Wantagh, New York, May 23, 2009. The phenomenon is created when the plane, travelling at low altitudes over water, approaches the speed of sound and the pressure created by the forward sound waves squeezes moisture in the air to form a ball of cloud over the front of the aircraft. (11 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
RTR2461G
June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor begins to form as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapor begins to form as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph...
A ring of water vapor begins to form as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the sound barrier while performing at New York Air Show at Jones Beach in Wantagh, New York, May 23, 2009. The phenomenon is created when the plane, travelling at low altitudes over water, approaches the speed of sound and the pressure created by the forward sound waves squeezes moisture in the air to form a ball of cloud over the front of the aircraft. (2 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
RTXOX7J
May 29, 2009
A ring of water vapour is created around pilot Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) as they...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapour is created around a F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the...
A ring of water vapour is created around pilot Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) as they fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the sound barrier while performing at New York Air Show at Jones Beach in Wantagh, New York, May 23, 2009. Picture taken May 23, 2009. REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR BEST QUALITY SEE: GM1E5620DXS01
GOLF/
RTXDCKF
March 28, 2009
Tiger Woods of the U.S. smiles at the gallery after hearing a sonic boom from the space shuttle Discovery...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Woods S. smiles at the gallery after hearing a sonic boom from the space shuttle Discovery before hitting...
Tiger Woods of the U.S. smiles at the gallery after hearing a sonic boom from the space shuttle Discovery landing at Cape Canaveral before hitting his tee shot on the eighth hole during third round play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA golf tournament at the Bay Hill Club in Orlando, Florida March 28, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
SPACE-SHUTTLE/
RTR1SZ0K
August 21, 2007
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin (R) looks to the sky for the space shuttle Endeavour after hearing...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin looks to the sky for the space shuttle Endeavour after hearing the...
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin (R) looks to the sky for the space shuttle Endeavour after hearing the orbiters twin sonic booms at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida August 21, 2007. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES)
SPACE/
RTR1OQBP
April 17, 2007
William Parsons (L) Director of the Kennedy Space Center greets Pilot Rick Svetkoff (C) and co-pilot...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
William Parsons of Kennedy Space Center greets Pilot Rick Svetkoff and co-pilot Dave Waldrop of Starflighters...
William Parsons (L) Director of the Kennedy Space Center greets Pilot Rick Svetkoff (C) and co-pilot Dave Waldrop after their aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. landed at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida April 17, 2007. NASA and Starfighters have sighed an agreement to fly missions assessing sub-orbital flights, launch trajectories and sonic booms at the SLF. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier (UNITED STATES)
SPACE/
RTR1OQBD
April 17, 2007
Pilot Rick Svetkoff stands in front of his F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. at...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
Pilot Rick Svetkoff stands in front of his F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. at...
Pilot Rick Svetkoff stands in front of his F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida April 17, 2007. NASA and Starfighters have sighed a agreement to fly missions assessing sub-orbital flights, launch trajectories and sonic booms at the SLF. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier (UNITED STATES)
SPACE/
RTR1OQB7
April 17, 2007
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF)...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility at...
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida April 17, 2007. NASA and Starfighters have sighed an agreement to fly missions assessing sub-orbital flights, launch trajectories and sonic booms at the SLF. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier (UNITED STATES)
SPACE/
RTR1OQB1
April 17, 2007
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. lands at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF)...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. lands at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF)...
A F-104 aircraft privately operated by Starflighters Inc. lands at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida on April 17, 2007. NASA and Starfighters have sighed an agreement to fly missions assessing sub-orbital flights, launch trajectories and sonic booms at the SLF. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier (UNITED STATES)
MIDEAST
RTR1AMYR
October 31, 2005
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in...
Gaza
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during protest inside United Nation Headquarters in Gaza
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in Gaza, demanding an end to Israeli mock raids and sonic booms, October 31, 2005. Palestinian ministry of health said sonic booms had left hundreds of children with trauma, suffering lack of sleep and fear. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR1AMYO
October 31, 2005
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in...
Gaza
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during protest inside United Nation Headquarters in Gaza
Palestinian children wave Palestinian flags during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in Gaza, demanding an end to Israeli mock raids and sonic booms, October 31, 2005. Palestinian ministry of health said sonic booms had left hundreds of children with trauma, suffering lack of sleep and fear. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR1AMHR
October 31, 2005
A Palestinian child holds a banner during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in Gaza, demanding...
Gaza
Palestinian child holds banner during protest inside United Nation Headquarters in Gaza
A Palestinian child holds a banner during a protest inside the United Nation Headquarters in Gaza, demanding an end to Israeli mock raids and sonic booms, October 31, 2005. Palestinian ministry of health said sonic booms had left hundreds of children with trauma, suffering lack of sleep and fear. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
CASSIOPEIA A
RTXJ5D7
August 26, 1999
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory's first image, of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, was released by NASA...
Washington, United States of America
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory's first image, of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, was released by .....
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory's first image, of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, was released by NASA August 26. According to NASA, the image reveals a fast outer shock wave and slower inner shock wave. The inner wave is believed to result from material ejected from the supernova explosion colliding with the matter around it, heating it to a temperature of 10 million degrees. The outer wave may be related to a sonic boom resulting from this collision. The bright object near the center may be the long sought neutron star or black hole remnant of the explosion that produced Cassiopeia A.
SCIENCE CHANDRA
RTRQVP3
August 26, 1999
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory's first image, of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, was released by NASA...
Washington, United States of America
FIRST XRAY IMAGE FROM CHANDRA OBSERVATORY.
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory's first image, of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, was released by NASA August 26. According to NASA, the image reveals a fast outer shock wave and slower inner shock wave. The inner wave is believed to result from material ejected from the supernova explosion colliding with the matter around it, heating it to a temperature of 10 million degrees. The outer wave may be related to a sonic boom resulting from this collision. The bright object near the center may be the long sought neutron star or black hole remnant of the explosion that produced Cassiopeia A.

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LEBANON ISRAEL
RTRK5VK
December 09, 1998
Lebanese shoolchildren walk to an air raid shelter in Beirut's suburbs December 9 after Israeli warplanes...
Beirut, Lebanon
LEABANESE BOYS WALK TO AN AIR RAID SHELTER IN BEIRUT.
Lebanese shoolchildren walk to an air raid shelter in Beirut's suburbs December 9 after Israeli warplanes swooped low over Beirut and Lebanon's south causing resounding sonic booms that shattered windows and sent fearful residents running into the streets.

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LEBANON ISRAEL
RTRK5V5
December 09, 1998
Lebanese families walk to an air raid shelter with their shoolchildren in Beirut's suburbs December 9...
Beirut, Lebanon
LEBANESE FAMILIES WALK TO A SHELTER AFTER ISRAELI WARPLANES SWOOP OVER BEIRUT.
Lebanese families walk to an air raid shelter with their shoolchildren in Beirut's suburbs December 9 after Israeli warplanes swooped low over Beirut and Lebanon's south causing resounding sonic booms that shattered windows and sent fearful residents running into the streets.

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