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Croatia

is employed, with his father, in making fine-scale maps of France (Franche-ComtĂ© area). thumb right Train commuters in Mexico City (File:Swine Flu Masked Train Passengers in Mexico City.jpg) wearing surgical masks due to the outbreak of swine flu (2009 swine flu outbreak) * April 1 – Albania and Croatia are admitted to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) (NATO). * April 2 – The second G-20 (G-20 major economies) 2009 G-20


NASA

: NASA TRACE Archive (Wikipedia:Featured pictures thumbs) - Nominate new image (Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates) '''TRACE''' ('''Transition Region and Coronal Explorer''') was a NASA space telescope (Space observatory) designed to investigate the connections between fine-scale magnetic fields and the associated plasma structures on the Sun by providing high resolution images and observation of the solar (Sun) photosphere


France

, presses, and bridges, and boats for widely different uses. * Pierre Vernier is employed, with his father, in making fine-scale maps of France (Franche-Comté area). * Danish (Denmark) natural philosopher Ole Worm collects materials that will later be incorporated into his museum (Cabinet of curiosities) in Copenhagen. His museum is the nucleus of the University of Copenhagen's Zoological Museum. Births * Fulrad, French (France) saint

'', September 26, 2003. The scales are not random but are based on easy divisions of imperial measuring systems so that 1:48 scale is 1" to 4 feet, 1:72 is 1" to 6 feet. Even numbered scales are similarly based on metric systems. 1:72 scale was first introduced in the Skybirds wood and metal model aircraft kits in 1932. According to "Fine Scale Modeler" magazine, 1:72 was also popularized by the US War Department (renamed the Department of Defense) when


Japan

in 1932. According to "Fine Scale Modeler" magazine, 1:72 was also popularized by the US War Department (renamed the Department of Defense) when it requested models of single seat aircraft at that scale. The War Department also requested models of multi-engine aircraft at a scale of 1:144. The War Department was hoping to educate Americans in the proper identification (Aircraft spotting) of aircraft. These scales provided the best compromise between size and detail. After WWII


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