LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- A U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy transport made a successful emergency landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on Wednesday. The C-5, which is one of the largest aircraft in the world, was unable to extend its nose landing gear. The crew brought it down on Rogers Dry Lake, a lake bed on the base. No injuries were sustained by the eight crew members and nine passengers aboard. One Air Force official called it a "picture-perfect landing." The C-5 is based at Travis Air Force Base in California. A board will be formed to determine the cause of the malfunction.
CNN also showed the clip of the emergency landing Thursday morning.