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Balls Eight: Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress Mothership, 2016 calendar By Brian Lockett
Calendar: $14.95
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It has been asserted that the Boeing NB-52B Stratofortress, carrying Air Force serial 52-0008, can lay claim to being the airplane that has seen and participated in more history than any other single... More > airplane. This calendar features a dozen pictures of the NB-52B carrying some of the research vehicles that it launched over the years. Photo sources: Air Force, NASA, Richard Lockett, Brian Lockett: North American X-15-1, 1960, North American X-15-3, 1963, North American X-15A-2, 1967, Northrop HL-10, 1969, Martin-Mariettta X-24A, 1970, Northrop M2-F3, 1972, Martin-Mariettta X-24B, 1973, Orbital Sciences Pegasus, 1989, Supersonic Supercruise, 1995, X-38 V-131R, 2000, X-43A Hyper-X, 2004.< Less
The Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Calendar 2016 By The Anne Boleyn Files
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Discover the wonderful winning photos from The Anne Boleyn Files calendar competition in this stunning wall calendar for 2016. The calendar contains photos of Hampton Court Palace, Anne Hathaway's... More > Cottage, Warwick Castle, Shibden Hall, Leeds Castle, The Battle of Bosworth, The Tower of London, Thornbury Castle and even an "Anne Boleyn"... plenty to keep you happy throughout the year. The calendar also has information about the births, deaths and important battles which took place during the Tudor period. The calendar measures 11 inches by 17 inches when open, it is spiral bound in the middle and is printed on quality gloss stock. Enjoy this calendar and why not get one for your Tudor-loving friends too?< Less
Nuclear Testing 2016 Calendar By Alex Wellerstein
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A 2016 calendar featuring 12 stunning photographs from American nuclear weapons tests. Includes over 60 "on this day" style anniversaries noting many key events in nuclear history... More > — some well-known, some obscure. Curated by an historian of science who specializes in nuclear weapons history, the photographs were obtained from high-quality scans done by Los Alamos National Laboratory, and cleaned up to remove dust, scratches, and damage. All of the photographs contain small, artfully-composed captions with the name, date, explosive yield, and location of the test image in question, and occasionally other contextualizing information. The photographs were chosen for their unusual and striking nature, and are designed to invoke new perspectives on the otherwise familiar image of the mushroom cloud.< Less