What we are launching is a 100kg satellite, like a lm cube, and it will contain the net and harpoon
on one of its faces.
They're [whales] hit with an explosive harpoon
that goes straight into their body, hooks come out and shrapnel is sent through their body, it's a terrible bloody death.
We] went out to RIMPAC to do a firing that was fundamentally to demonstrate the integration of Harpoon
onto LCS and to show it could be safely employed.
Boeing has been awarded $81 million contract by US States department to provide all-weather, over-the-horizon, Harpoon
anti-ship missiles to India.
Instead, the agency is relying on ice screws and a harpoon
system to secure the lander.
are in the early stages of working out the best design for a sample-collecting comet harpoon
I sat beside my 10-foot trophy and looked at the broken shafts and the rips and tears from six harpoons
An anti-whaling activist has been indicted in Tokyo for illegally boarding the Shonan Maru II, a Japanese harpoon
boat, as part of a protest against a whale hunting expedition in Antarctic seas.
It still doesn't explain why snipers are circling to harpoon
him like Japanese fishermen tracking a humpback whale.
But the implied violence of the harpoons
and the angry sea aside, Hegarty presents these scenes in a rather neutral light; they are tableaux, evoking the theatrical staginess of a fable rather than anything real.
Secondary killing methods include additional explosive harpoons
and/or rifle fire.
HEARTLESS hunters are to use grenade-tipped harpoons
to slaughter endangered whales.