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Atlas V Arc of Light: Rocket launched with twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes sent to explore the Van Allen Belts that surround Earth. Astrophotographer Mike Killian took this photo from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Aug.

The Crusader Window detail - King Richard I of England (Coeur de Lion) in the Church of St Thomas and St Edmunds @ Salisbury, Wiltshire.UK

The Crusader Window detail - King Richard I of England (Coeur de Lion) in the Church of St Thomas and St Edmunds @ Salisbury, Wiltshire.

The Crusader window in the Church of St Thomas and St Edmunds @ Salisbury, Wiltshire.UK

The Crusader window in the Church of St Thomas and St Edmunds @ Salisbury, Wiltshire.

One of the two effigies of Crusader Knights in St Peters church, Dorchester, Dorset. UK They are said to represent two crusaders from the 'Chidiock Family' founders of a neighbouring Friary from which it is beleived they came from, and may have been brought to St Peter's at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. It is believed that the crossing of legs meant the knight had either served in the crusades, had taken crusading vows, or more significantly was a Knight Templar

One of the two effigies of Crusader Knights in St Peters church, Dorchester, Dorset. UK They are said to represent two crusaders from the 'Chidiock Family' founders of a neighbouring Friary from which it is beleived they came from, and may have been brought to St Peter's at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. It is believed that the crossing of legs meant the knight had either served in the crusades, had taken crusading vows, or more significantly was a Knight Templar

One of the two effigies of Crusader Knights in St Peters church, Dorchester, Dorset. UK  They are said to represent two crusaders from the 'Chidiock Family' founders of a neighbouring Friary from which it is beleived they came from, and may have been brought to St Peter's at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries.  It is believed that the crossing of legs meant the knight had either served in the crusades, had taken crusading vows, or more significantly was a Knight Templar

One of the two effigies of Crusader Knights in St Peters church, Dorchester, Dorset. UK They are said to represent two crusaders from the 'Chidiock Family' founders of a neighbouring Friary from which it is beleived they came from, and may have been brought to St Peter's at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. It is believed that the crossing of legs meant the knight had either served in the crusades, had taken crusading vows, or more significantly was a Knight Templar

King Philip II Augustus of France (21 August 1165 – 14 July 1223) One of the most successful medieval French monarchs, Philip went on the Third Crusade (1189–1192) with Richard (lionheart) I of England and the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick I Barbarossa.

King Philip II Augustus of France August 1165 – 14 July One of the most successful medieval French monarchs, Philip went on the Third Crusade with Richard (lionheart) I of England and the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick I Barbarossa.