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| A visitor from United States posted Tue May 19, 2015:|
Try that on your A-380.
| A visitor from - posted Mon April 30, 2012:|
Best picture for me because it look like sci-fi or in movie but it reel.FIRST B-747
by itself is big airplane and see ENTREPRISE on the top is miracle,Last week i saw it flight over BRONX to land at JFK.
| A visitor from - posted Sat August 15, 2009:|
I believe this shuttle is the non-working prototype.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 15, 2009:|
This is an excellent photo of two amazing machines
| A visitor from Mauritius posted Mon October 27, 2008:|
The NASA 747 and Shuttle Enterprise toured Europe in 1983. It visited the Paris Air Show, Koeln/Bonn Germany and Stanstead UK and did a flyby at LHR.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu October 23, 2008:|
Great picture of two mighty aircraft!
to one of the other comments below..
I think this is the Paris Air show, so he came there to show off.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sun April 27, 2008:|
Great Shot. It's a testament to the B747 that she can fly with that huge shuttle on her back.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sun April 6, 2008:|
Can somebody explain to me as to what on earth is a Boeing 747, carrying a NASA space shuttle doing in Paris, France???
The pic is a great one though.
Also, look closely to the horizontal stabilizer of the 747...there's some modification made to it. Usually it doesn't have that fancy little vertical thing hanging out the edge of its stabilizer.
Must be made to compensate the fact that the shuttle itself will have an aerodynamic effect of its own.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 9, 2008:|
Seeing a photo like this just goes further to prove how amazing the 747 is to be able to fly with such a behemoth on her back.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat November 25, 2006:|
WOW, i didn't realize the space shuttle was that HUGE! nice shot
| A visitor from United States posted Thu September 21, 2006:|
Breathtaking. I have never seen this big of a picture