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18 January 2018

Eurofighter cockpit filmed in 360 degrees

Spanish Air Force pilots operating from Morón Air Base southeast of Seville, Spain.

Royal Air Force A400M in Barbados © Crown Copyright This image may be used for current news purposes only. It may not be used, reproduced or transmitted for any other purpose.
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15 January 2018

Royal Air Force A400M in Barbados

UK military passengers board an RAF A400M Atlas transport aircraft in Barbados on 9 September 2017, preparing to deliver UK aid to Caribbean islands stricken by Hurricane Irma. Royal Air Force logisticians from RAF Brize Norton have assisted with the delivery of military personnel and aid cargo to the Caribbean to support disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane IRMA. RAF aircraft - including C-17, A400M and Voyager aircraft - are supporting a joint task force of RAF, Royal Marines, Army and Royal Navy personnel who are supporting the Department for International Development as it delivers aid to stricken Caribbean islands.

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15 January 2018

A400M French Air Force at Hurricane Irma

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12 January 2018

A400 delivery to German Air Force - MSN64

1st A400M delivery of 2018, to German Air Force

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22 December 2017

SES14 Artist View Copyright Airbus

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21 December 2017

Eutelsat 172B

The Airbus-built Eutelsat 172B – the first high-power, fully-electric telecommunications satellite produced in Europe – was launched in June 2017 and is now operational in orbit

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20 December 2017

Example Of GOCI Images

Example of GOCI images for monitoring of turbidity. GOCI-II is planned to be launched in 2019 and will continue GOCI mission

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20 December 2017

SES14 Mise En Container Airbus D.Marques

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20 December 2017

SES14 In Container Copyright Airbus D.Marques

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19 December 2017

PAZ Satellite

PAZ satellite moments before being loaded into its container

 
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