The Turkish Stars aerobatics team fly over the Turkish memorial during an international service in Gallipoli April 24, 2008, marking the 93rd anniversary of the World War I campaign at Gallipoli. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)

Turkish stars, members of the Air Force acrobatic team, perform over the Turkish memorial, during the Anzac Day ceremonies in Gallipoli, northwestern Turkey, Thursday, April 24, 2008. The annual Anzac Day ceremonies remember the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta)

Turkish stars fly in formation over a monument depicting a Turkish soldier carrying an injured Anzac soldier in the bloody Gallipoli campaign in the World War I in the western Turkish town of Eceabat in Gallipoli peninsula March 17, 2008. March 18 marks the 93rd anniversary of the end of Gallipoli campaign. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)

In this photo provided by the European Space Agency on Friday June 13, 2008, the European rocket Ariane V is seen after its lift off early Friday from the space base of Kourou, French Guyana. The rocket successfully carried the Turkish telecommunication satellite Turksat 3A and the British Defense telecommunication satellite Skynet 5C into orbit. (AP Photo/ESA/Arianespace, HO)

Night launch : The European launcher Ariane 5 blasts off at the Kourou base in French Guiana to place two satellites in orbit -- Turkish Turksat 3A and UK defense Skynet 5C. (AFP/Jody Amiet)