Aircraft

Sea Plane

This one might not be new to some of you, but this picture of a sea plane taking off in Alaska was too good not to post If you look around the edges of the port (or is it dock?)…

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Tuesday, 24th May 2005

Central Taxi Hold, JFK

You can never find a taxi when you need one and at JFK airport that’s because they’re all hiding in a four acre sea of yellow known as the Central Taxi Hold. According to the New York Times the drivers…

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Tuesday, 17th May 2005

Aerostat, stat!

Aerostat balloons are all along the southern borders of the US. The one shown here is at Fort Huachuca located near Sierra Vista, Arizona. The “Tethered Aerostat Radar System” is a balloon-borne radar primarily used to provide radar data to…

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Saturday, 14th May 2005

Torrey Pines Glider Port

Hang Gliders parked at Torrey Pines Glider Port, adjacent to the world-famous PGA Tour stop, Torrey Pines Golf Course. Can anyone find any gliders in flight? Thanks: Eric T

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Saturday, 14th May 2005

Mall of America

Although not very interesting to look at from space, the Mall of America is the USA’s largest mall. If you switch to map mode you can see that it’s so big inside the building they’ve named the streets. And if…

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Friday, 13th May 2005

IMAX Theater, Little Rock

The IMAX Theater at the Aero Space Education Center in Little Rock, Arkansas is right next door to the runway of Little Rock National Airport so it’s obvious why they put the “IMAX” logo on the roof but I wonder…

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Thursday, 5th May 2005
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Rock ‘n’ Roll R.I.P.s

The world has a certain reverential (or just morbid) fascination with the death sites of famous musicians. The pantheon of dead music legends is far too great (and depressing) to capture in just one article, but here’s a look at just some of the famous/infamous places where great talents have met untimely ends.

England’s Model Villages

During the 19th and early 20th centuries, villages were constructed by English industrialists and landowners to provide housing close to…

Top Ten Most Expensive Restaurants in the US

Last year bundle.com released a list of the 25 most expensive restaurants in the US, with mind-boggling average prices for…

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