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|The RH power 5M is a wind energy plant, which was built for in the middle of for the first time in the year 2004 by the company REpower of system and in Brunsbuettel installed and November 2004 river into the public net fed. The plant has a rated output of five megawatts (MW), a rotor blade length of 63 m, with a rotor diameter from 126 m. to the time of start-up was the 5M the largest and high...||10/05/2006||476|
|Wind Turbine Blade awaiting delivery at a German airfield||11/28/2007||397|
|6 Rescue helicopters in Germany.|
5 Helicopters on Ground
1 Helicopters flies over the runway.
|This tilt-rotor aircraft was built in 1982 and first displayed at the Dayton Air and Trade Show, Dayton, Ohio, 1989. The Skycat has never flown, due to design modifications yet to be completed. The Skycat is a combination of a turbine gyroscopic power system and tilt-rotor aircraft design. The Skycat was designed to serve as a close ground support aircraft. |
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|The Osório Wind Farm produces electric energy from wind, and is located at the city of Osório, RS, Brazil. The turbine model is an Enercon E-70/2000 KW, which weighs 810 tons each. The wind farm´s 75 wind turbines are 98 metres high. Considering the blade tip positioned at a upright vertical position, such height rises up to 140 metres high. Such wind farm can be seen both from BR-230 and RS-30...||07/04/2007||2,535|
|Helicopters stationed next to a runway in Cairo.||02/07/2006||464|
|Found three helicopters near Chiayi.||02/12/2006||310|
|Eleven helicopters stationed in Darfur, El Fasher Airport.||06/06/2007||763|
|US Helicopters in Bagram, Afghanistan. |
10,000 foot runway. Check out the large transport plane and more interestingly all the wrecked aircraft to the right of the southern tip of the runway.
|I went to Maui this past winter break, and while looking over the area we explored, found these two tour helicopters in flight. The view is fantastic!||01/17/2008||554|
|These are two Sea King Rescue helicopters at HMS Gannet. They conduct search and rescue operations throughout the northern UK.||12/10/2005||693|
|General Characteristics: Awarded: December 18, 1964 |
Keel laid: March 1, 1966
Launched: February 3, 1968
Commissioned: November 16, 1968
Decommissioned: October 1, 1997
Builder: Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Penn.
Propulsion system: Two boilers, one geared steam turbines, one shaft, 22,000 total shaft horsepower