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Category:Surveying instrumentsJust before 15.30 on the evening of 16 October, curious onlookers in Henfield, near Brixton, spotted an unlikely sight: a F-15 jet moving across the sky, seemingly at low altitude.
Strangely, it was heading the wrong way, south-southwest instead of north-northwest.
Shortly before 16.30, the jet returned to the north, around Horseshoe Corner on the A215.
By 17.30, the jet had appeared over Horley, flying southeast to Wokingham, near where I live in Hanger Lane, W4.
It returned at 18.30, and by 19.40 had flown back towards its base at RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire.
And it flew right over us. I live on the outskirts of Hanger Lane, between Brixton and Wokingham.
It was a very exciting surprise, and now I can watch it whenever I like.
An RAF jet loses control over Henfield
Tuesday, 20 October 2007
The Daily Telegraph
RAF jet loses control over Henfield
Witnessed an RAF jet flying at low altitude over Brixton.
BY JACK MORSE and MASA HAYASABURO
Last updated at 00:18 BST, 18 October 2007
Just before 15.30 on the evening of 16 October, curious onlookers in Henfield, near Brixton, spotted an unusual sight: an F-15 jet moving across the sky, seemingly at low altitude.
The pilot had a damaged engine.
Bizarrely, it was heading the wrong way, south-southwest instead of north-northwest.
Shortly before 16.30, the jet returned to the north, around Horseshoe Corner on the A215. It returned to the south, about half an hour later, and then flew back to its base at RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire.
And it flew right over us. I live on the outskirts of Hanger Lane, between Brixton and Wokingham
Sheet and Level for GIS
Sheet and Level for ArcGIS (GPX, CSV,
GeoGiga Sheet and Level for ArcGIS is a powerful, easy-to-use and flexible tool that can be used to interactively provide a detailed display and analysis of geoscientific datasets, quickly and efficiently.
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Suite includes a level definition of point, line and polygon, a free leveling tool, and an editable coordinate system definition.
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GeoGiga Spatial Analysis Tool (GASAT) is an interactive GIS analysis tool to display the point features of a 3D-surface and to extract any interesting information in a fast and easy way.
It is designed for the visual and statistical analysis of point information and related information. This opens new possibilities for the visualization, processing and analysis of vector data in the field of environmental monitoring and archeology.
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• multiple point and line symbol types
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With GASAT you can analyze a selected point in different ways with several available tools and display the extracted results in a very fast and efficient way:
• click on a point to view the corresponding information in various formats (X, Y, XY, XYZ, xyz files, KML, Shapefile, GMT, GPX, CSV, CSV)
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