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Targa-Florio race in Italy, May 18, 1908 - Lancia in Fiat -- record 8 hrs., 2 min., 40 sec.

Tipple & Elevator into shaft. Leads down to mine 200 ft. below. Gary Mine. Do more work by machinery than any mine in the state, yet have boys to trap and drive. They stay underground over 10 hrs. a day. 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. Location: Gary, West Virginia.

Boy braking on motor train 10 hrs. a day. Where mining, loading, etc. is done by machinery. Live wire above is sometimes not higher than a man's head. Location: Gary, West Virginia.

Noon May 12th, 1910. Girls working in Inland Type Factory. 9 to 10 hrs. a day. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Plate 16, Part of Ward 1 [Map bound by Castleton Ave, N. Burgher Ave (Burgher), Cary Ave, Bement Ave, John T. Barrett Hrs., Broadway, Raleigh (Division Ave) Ave, Freeman PL, Purcell St, Clove Road (Brooks Ave) (Columbia St), Forest Ave (Cherry Lane), Greenleaf Ave, Post Ave, Spring St]

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Range : 1,550,000 km ( 961,000 miles ) These high resolution pictures of Jupiter's ring were obtained by Voyager 2 some 26 hrs. past the planet, 2 degrees below the ring plane. The forward scattering of sunlight reveals a radial distribution and density gradient of very small particles extending inward from the ring toward Jupiter. There is an indication of structure within the ring, but unfortunatly the spacecrafts motion during these long exposures blurred out the highest resolution detail, particularly in the frame at right. ARC-1979-A79-7101

STS115-315-008 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

STS115-315-003 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

STS115-315-006 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

STS115-315-005 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

STS115-315-004 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

STS115-315-007 - STS-115 - HRS on the aft-side of the S1 Truss taken during Expedition 13 / STS-115 Joint Operations

0930 hrs during the rehearsal of the Presidential Inaugural, AFIC enlisted members drive PIC committee members down Pennsylvania Avenue past the Presidential reviewing stand

Practice Inaugural Parade. U.S. Capitol west side, 0600 HRS prior to parade practice

The Air Force Delta II vehicle is successfully launched from Complex 17-A at 1304 hrs. Eastern Standard Time. The Delta II is carrying the twenty third NAVSTAR Global Positioning System Satellite into orbit

A commercial Lockheed Martin Astronautics IIA Space Launch Vehicle, designated 120, carrying the Galaxy III-R broadcast satellite was successfully launched from Space Launch Complex 36A, Cape Canaveral Air Station, Florida, at 1923 hrs, EST

A McDonnell Douglas Delta II Space Lift Vehicle successfully carried the NASA X-ray Timing Explorer (XTE) into orbit. The Delta II lifted off Complex 17A, Cape Canaveral Air Station, at 0848 hrs, EST

A McDonnell Douglas Delta II Space Lift Vehicle successfully carried the Koreasat II communications satellite into orbit. The Delta II lifted off Launch Pad 17B at Cape Canaveral Air Station at 0610 hrs, EST

At 1543 hrs (Est), a McDonnell Douglas Delta II 7925 vehicle launched the Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft for NASA from Launch Pad 17B at Cape Canaveral Air Station

At approximately 1830 hrs., IFOR personnel at COMIFOR/HQ (Commander of Implementation Forces), support of Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR (the Multi-national peace mission Bosnia), and the neighborg US Embassy, were alerted of a beepg package addressed to the Embassy. IFOR members of the Bonifico Ordigni Explosivi, assigned to the Brigata Multational Garibaldi, Italia, at nearby Zetra, responded and cordoned off the empty lot across the street from COMIFOR and the US Embassy. The package was brought to the center of the lot, rigged with a micro explosive and detonated over the box at 1930 hrs. It was discovered that the package was not a bomb, but was an electronic stud fder that...