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Comet Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 140 pictures in our Comet collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The crew of the first Comet 4 (G-APDC) Featured Print

The crew of the first Comet 4 (G-APDC)

The crew of the first Comet 4 (G-APDC) service to New York on 4 October 1958. Capt J.B. Linton (extreme left front row), Capt Roy Millichap (centre front row) and Capt I.J. Monk (front row right). Also: E/O Kingston (with camera), E/O F.T. Durkin, N/O D. Thompson, Stewardess T. Mullis, E/O L.W.R. McLaren, R/O A.M. Ruthven, Steward E.A. Johnson, Steward I.N. Flanagan and Steward R.L. Dunkley. Date: 1958

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library) / Mary Evans Picture Library

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 Featured Print

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 (MSN 243), (the letter O denotes Obsolete), modified as JC-131B test-bed. Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in January 1971 and sed for zero gravity astronaut training, named Sine Gravitate. With windows removed and two Solar T41 APUs in underwing pylon-mounted pods, this JC-131B was the original Vomit Comet. Disposed of to MASDC (Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center) at Davis-Monthan Air Base in Arizona, sold and placed on the civil registry as N3782V. The registration was cancelled on 12 August 2003. Date: 1970s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Appearance of Comet Crommelin in 1881 Featured Print

Appearance of Comet Crommelin in 1881

The appearance of Comet Crommelin in June/July/August 1881. Also known as Comet Pons-Coggia-Winnecke-Forbes, a periodic comet with an orbital period of almost 28 years, fitting the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with (20 years < period < 200 years). It is named after the British astronomer Andrew C. D. Crommelin. Date: 1881

© Mary Evans Picture Library