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|this aircraft shaped pool is used by firefighters stationed on Brnik airport for training. they fill it with jet fuel and burn it.||03/08/2008||571|
|Smiling Budda Nuclear Test - India's First Nuclear Test|
Test: Smiling Buddha
Time: 8:05, May 18, 1974 (IST)
Location: Pokhran, Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India
27.095 deg N, 71.752 E
Test Height and Type:
Underground, -107 m
Yield: 8 kt (12-13 kt claimed)
|The Tour will take place from May to July 2009, with 7 provincial games being played alongside the 3 match test series.|
Match 1 - 30 May - Highveld XV - Rustenburg
Match 2 - 3 June - Golden Lions - Johannesburg
Match 3 - 6 June - Free State Cheetahs - Bloemfontein
Match 4 - 10 June - Natal Sharks - Durban
Match 5 - 13 June - Western Province - C...
|You can see cars and houses set up for a missile test. Also the big circle representing a missile test.||09/11/2006||527|
|Firefighters Training Area Zurich Airport||10/09/2006||321|
|Here is the US Military's underwater explosions test pond in at Briar Point Test Pond, Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Just a few miles from my house in Maryland. http://www.dt.navy.mil/sites/uerd/briarpoint.html||07/17/2005||1,974|
|Largest German test site for bombing maneuvers ( the only one to test bomber planes; most are tested in the US )||07/30/2005||636|
|During World War II Peenemunde hosted the Heeresversuchsanstalt, an extensive rocket development and test site established in 1937, and headed by Wernher von Braun and Walter Dornberger. Between 1937 and 1945 two weapons, the V-1 and the V-2 were developed. Test-firing of the first V-1 occurred in early 1942 and the first V-2 first flew on October 3, 1942, from Prüfstand (Test stand) VII.||01/20/2006||1,765|
|This is the new NISSAN test track on the island Hokkaido.|
It took 20 years to construct.
It features Country roads, up and downhill roads, straight roads, dirt circuit track, off-road test track.
It's possible to make speed tests more than 300 km/h (about 187.5 m/h).
|Historical Layer: 28 May 1994|
Neither of these aircraft were flyable, instead serving as static test articles. The two aircraft are the B-2 static test airframes, referred to as "iron birds". In 2004, one of the test articles (s/n AT-1000) built without engines or instruments for static testing was placed on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayto...
|Leyland Test track is where Leyland motor vehicles are tested on a series of different road surfaces. In the very centre of the track the is a huge hill which the vehicles have to be driven up. The Track is still used to test buses that are due to be released in the future. ||04/19/2006||693|
|This photo was taken 28 hours after the explosion, at ground zero. The circle at bottom right is where the 100-ton test was conducted on May 7, 1945. ||08/24/2007||2,334|
|The UK Army Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) base now called DSTL - QinetiQ Chertsey and Longcross Test Track. Used for developing tanks (test track on the other side of the motorway) and now unmanned ground vehicles.||01/16/2006||1,065|