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FOOTBALL-NFL-IND-HOU/
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October 20, 2019
Oct 20, 2019; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Retired brigadier general Chuck Yeager who was the first pilot to...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
NFL: Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts
Oct 20, 2019; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Retired brigadier general Chuck Yeager who was the first pilot to break the speed of sound is honored during the first quarter of the game between the Indianapolis Colts playing against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
FOOTBALL-NFL-IND-HOU/
RTS2S25H
October 20, 2019
Oct 20, 2019; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Retired brigadier general Chuck Yeager who was the first pilot to...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
NFL: Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts
Oct 20, 2019; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Retired brigadier general Chuck Yeager who was the first pilot to break the speed of sound is honored during the first quarter of the game between the Indianapolis Colts playing against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
CANADA-AIRSHOW/
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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
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Q4OT
August 29, 2015
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum...
Chantilly, UNITED STATES
Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Virginia...
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Chantilly, Virginia August 28, 2015. The SR-71 was a long-range spy plane that was in use from 1964 to 1998 and designed to operate at three times the speed of sound.REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Q489
August 29, 2015
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum...
Chantilly, UNITED STATES
Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Virginia...
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Chantilly, Virginia August 28, 2015. The SR-71 was a long-range spy plane that was in use from 1964 to 1998 and designed to operate at three times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Q486
August 29, 2015
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum...
Chantilly, UNITED STATES
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Virginia...
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Chantilly, Virginia August 28, 2015. The SR-71 was a long-range spy plane that was in use from 1964 to 1998 and designed to operate at three times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Q47O
August 29, 2015
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum...
Chantilly, UNITED STATES
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Virginia...
A Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is seen at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Chantilly, Virginia August 28, 2015. The SR-71 was a long-range spy plane that was in use from 1964 to 1998 and designed to operate at three times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Q44C
August 28, 2015
A tour group gathers under a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and...
Chantilly, UNITED STATES
Tour group gathers under a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird at Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space...
A tour group gathers under a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird at the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian National Air and Space Annex Museum in Chantilly, Virginia August 28, 2015. The SR-71 was a long-range spy plane that was in use from 1964 to 1998 and designed to operate at three times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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RUSSIA-AIRSHOW/
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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
USA/
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June 28, 2014
A high altitude balloon is released as it lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
A high altitude balloon is released as it lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for...
A high altitude balloon is released as it lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SPACE-NASA/SAUCER
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June 28, 2014
A saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, is lifted up...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
A saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, is lifted up...
A saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, is lifted up by a high altitude balloon at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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June 28, 2014
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
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June 28, 2014
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
A high altitude balloon lifts a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
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June 28, 2014
A high altitude balloon is released to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
A high altitude balloon is released to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for...
A high altitude balloon is released to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
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June 28, 2014
Onlookers await the launch of a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
Onlookers await the launch of a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads...
Onlookers await the launch of a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the US Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
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June 28, 2014
The launch tower prepares to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large...
Kauai, UNITED STATES
The launch tower prepares to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large...
The launch tower prepares to launch a saucer-shaped test vehicle, which holds equipment for landing large payloads on Mars, at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii June 28, 2014. The Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) will be lifted to high altitudes, where a rocket will take it even higher to the top of the stratosphere at several times the speed of sound. REUTERS/Marco Garcia (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-OIL/
RTR2CAR8
March 31, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama looks at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security at...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama looks at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama looks at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington in Washington March 31, 2010. The fighter will be the first plane ever to fly faster than the speed of sound on a fuel mix that?s half biomass. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT MILITARY)
USA-OIL/
RTR2CAR0
March 31, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama walks from the stage to have a look at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama walks from the stage in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama walks from the stage to have a look at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington in Washington March 31, 2010. The fighter will be the first plane ever to fly faster than the speed of sound on a fuel mix that is half biomass.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT MILITARY)
USA OIL/DRILLING
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March 31, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington...
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington March 31, 2010. In the background is the F/A-18 "Green" Hornet which will be the first plane ever to fly faster than the speed of sound on a fuel mix that is half biomass. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY MILITARY)
USA OIL/DRILLING
RTR2CAQR
March 31, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Energy Secretary Ken Salazar as he arrives to speak about...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Energy Secretary Ken Salazar as he arrives to speak about...
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Energy Secretary Ken Salazar as he arrives to speak about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington March 31, 2010. In the background is the F/A-18 "Green" Hornet which will be the first plane ever to fly faster than the speed of sound on a fuel mix that is half biomass. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
OBAMA/
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March 31, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama has a look at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama has a look at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security...
U.S. President Barack Obama has a look at an F/A-18 "Green" Hornet after speaking about energy security at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington March 31, 2010. The fighter will be the first plane ever to fly faster than the speed of sound on a fuel mix that is half biomass. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ENERGY)
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/
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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/
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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/
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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. (1 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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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/
RTR24631
June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within...
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming 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. (10 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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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. (9 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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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. (8 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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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. (7 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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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. (6 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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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. (6 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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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. (5 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within...
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming 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. (4 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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June 01, 2009
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt...
WANTAGH, UNITED STATES
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming as pilots fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within...
A ring of water vapor dissipates before reforming 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. (3 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH)
USA/
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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/
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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. (1 of 11) REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY)
USA/
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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
CRASH CROSSFIELD
RTR1CMZG
April 20, 2006
Scott Crossfield (L) sits in the cockpit of the Douglas D-558-2 after the first Mach 2 flight, in this...
Washington, multiple countries
Handout photo of pioneer test pilot Scott Crossfield sitting in cockpit of Douglas D-558-2 after first...
Scott Crossfield (L) sits in the cockpit of the Douglas D-558-2 after the first Mach 2 flight, in this November 20, 1953 handout photograph. Crossfield, a pioneer test pilot who was the first to fly at twice the speed of sound, died when his single-engine plane crashed in Georgia, the Civil Air Patrol reported on April 20, 2006. Crossfield, 84, was flying from Alabama to Virginia when his plane disappeared from radar on April 19, 2006. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY B/W ONLY REUTERS/NASA Dryden Flight Research Center/Handout
ARTS MTV AWARDS
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November 03, 2005
Chris Martin of British band Coldplay performs during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at Lisbon's Atlantic...
Lisbon, Portugal
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs at MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 in Lisbon
Chris Martin of British band Coldplay performs during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at Lisbon's Atlantic Pavilion November 3, 2005. Coldplay received the best song award for their song "Speed of Sound". REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro
ARTS MTV AWARDS
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November 03, 2005
Chris Martin of British band Coldplay performs during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at Lisbon's Atlantic...
Lisbon, Portugal
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs at MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 in Lisbon
Chris Martin of British band Coldplay performs during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at Lisbon's Atlantic Pavilion November 3, 2005. Coldplay received the best song award for their song "Speed of Sound". REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro
ARTS MTV AWARDS
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November 03, 2005
Chris Martin (R) celebrates on stage with the rest of the members of British band Coldplay after receiving...
Lisbon, Portugal
Coldplay celebrates on stage after receiving the best song award at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005...
Chris Martin (R) celebrates on stage with the rest of the members of British band Coldplay after receiving the best song award for their song "Speed of Sound" at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at Lisbon's Atlantic Pavilion November 3, 2005. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro
SPAIN
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April 11, 2005
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional gig in Madrid late April 11,...
Madrid, Spain
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs during promotional concert in Madrid.
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional gig in Madrid late April 11, 2005. Coldplay has finalised the track list for its wildly anticipated third "X&Y" album, due June 6 in Britain. The first single "Speed of Sound" will be released commercially on May 23 in Britain. REUTERS/Andrea Comas ACO/CN
SPAIN
RTR7V10
April 11, 2005
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional buzz gig in Madrid for a media...
Madrid, Spain
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs during a promotional concert in Madrid.
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional buzz gig in Madrid for a media audience late April 11, 2005. Coldplay has finalised the track list for its wildly anticipated third "X&Y", due June 6 in Britain. The first single "Speed of Sound" will be released commercially on May 23 in Britain. REUTERS/Andrea Comas ACO/KS
SPAIN
RTR7UZX
April 11, 2005
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional gig in Madrid late April 11,...
Madrid, Spain
Chris Martin of Coldplay performs during promotional concert in Madrid.
Chris Martin of British pop group Coldplay performs during a promotional gig in Madrid late April 11, 2005. Coldplay has finalised the track list for its wildly anticipated third "X&Y", due June 6 in the United Kingdom. The first single "Speed of Sound" will be released commercially on May 23 in the United Kingdom. REUTERS/Andrea Comas ACO/CN
SACHEON
RTRJPL8
January 05, 2005
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, sits in the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's...
Sacheon, Korea
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, sits in the T-50 Golden Eagle, South ...
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, sits in the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, Seoul. Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, sits in the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, about 430 km (267 miles) south of Seoul, January 5, 2005. The T-50 is the culmination of five years of development and millions of dollars of investment by the Korean air force and Korea Aerospace Industrie. The trainer, which has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or is one-and-a-half times faster than the speed of sound, is capable of carrying a 13,454 kg (29,661 lb) load. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
SACHEON
RTRJPKU
January 05, 2005
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South...
Sacheon, Korea
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden ...
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, Seoul. Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, about 430 km (267 miles) south of Seoul, January 5, 2005. The T-50 is the culmination of five years of development and millions of dollars of investment by the Korean air force and Korea Aerospace Industrie. The trainer, which has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or is one-and-a-half times faster than the speed of sound, is capable of carrying a 13,454 kg (29,661 lb) load. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
SACHEON
RTRJPKG
January 05, 2005
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South...
Sacheon, Korea
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden ...
Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, Seoul. Lee Han-Ho, South Korea Air Force's Chief of the Staff, stands in front of the T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, at the Sacheon Air Force base, about 430 km (267 miles) south of Seoul, January 5, 2005. The T-50 is the culmination of five years of development and millions of dollars of investment by the Korean air force and Korea Aerospace Industrie. The trainer, which has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or is one-and-a-half times faster than the speed of sound, is capable of carrying a 13,454 kg (29,661 lb) load. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
SACHEON
RTRJPJI
January 05, 2005
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, is seen in the air during its test flight...
Sacheon, Korea
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, is seen in the air during its ...
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, is seen in the air during its test flight at the Sacheon Air Force base, Seoul. The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, is seen in the air during its test flight at the Sacheon Air Force base, about 430 km (267 miles) south of Seoul, January 5, 2005. The T-50 is the culmination of five years of development and millions of dollars of investment by the Korean air force and Korea Aerospace Industrie. The trainer, which has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or is one-and-a-half times faster than the speed of sound, is capable of carrying a 13,454 kg (29,661 lb) load. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
SACHEON
RTRJPIJ
January 05, 2005
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, lands after its test flight at the Sacheon...
Sacheon, Korea
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, lands after its test flight at ...
The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, lands after its test flight at the Sacheon Air Force base, Seoul. The T-50 Golden Eagle, South Korea's first supersonic aircraft, lands after its test flight at the Sacheon Air Force base, about 430 km (267 miles) south of Seoul, January 5, 2005. The T-50 is the culmination of five years of development and millions of dollars of investment by the Korean air force and Korea Aerospace Industrie. The trainer, which has a top speed of Mach 1.5 or is one-and-a-half times faster than the speed of sound, is capable of carrying a 13,454 kg (29,661 lb) load. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PSZ
November 26, 2003
British Airways Concorde lands after its last flight from London's
Heathrow airport at Filton airport...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE LANDS AFTER LAST FLIGHT FROM HEATHROW AT
FILTON AIRPORT.
British Airways Concorde lands after its last flight from London's
Heathrow airport at Filton airport in Bristol, western England,
November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than
Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it
hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before
starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built at
its birthplace in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PPK
November 26, 2003
British Airways Chief Executive Rod Eddington (R) stands with a member
of the flight crew at the doors...
Bristol, UK
BA CHIEF EXECUTIVE EDDINGTON STANDS BY THE FINAL CONCORDE AFTER IT
LANDED AT FILTON AIRPORT.
British Airways Chief Executive Rod Eddington (R) stands with a member
of the flight crew at the doors of the final Concorde to fly, Flight
216, after it landed at Filton Airport in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PLA
November 26, 2003
A member of staff closes the hangar door on the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at...
Bristol, UK
THE HANGAR DOOR IS CLOSED ON A BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE AFTER MAKING
ITS LAST FLIGHT.
A member of staff closes the hangar door on the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at Filton in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PL2
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, stands in a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE STANDS IN A HANGER IN FILTON AFTER MAKING ITS
LAST FLIGHT.
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, stands in a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England after taking off from London's
Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more
farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on
Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of
sound before starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre
being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PKO
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, is moved into a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE IS MOVED INTO A HANGAR IN FILTON AFTER MAKING
ITS LAST FLIGHT.
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, is moved into a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England after taking off from London's
Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more
farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on
Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of
sound before starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre
being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/GM
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PKH
November 26, 2003
Concorde's senior captain Mike Bannister (L) escorts Britain's Prince
Andrew, the Duke of York, down...
Bristol, UK
CONCORDE'S SENIOR CAPTAIN BANNISTER ESCORTS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH DOWN
THE STEPS OF THE FINAL CONCORDE...
Concorde's senior captain Mike Bannister (L) escorts Britain's Prince
Andrew, the Duke of York, down the steps of the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at Filton in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PFZ
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCRDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OSP
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/JV
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OSG
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/JV
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