Aviation Photo #0951441: Martin/General Dynamics WB-57F - NASA


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  • Baldur Sveinsson
    NASA
    Martin/General Dynamics WB-57F
    Martin B-57 Canberra
    Martin B-57 Canberra
    119
    N928NA
    28
    Keflavik
    Iceland
    October 23, 2005
  • 194

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#0951441
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November 04, 2005
Caption
Seldom seen in the lower altutudes, but here seen doing a low fly by of runway 02 before continuing to Goose Bay, Labrador on the way home from England.
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Comments (30)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Airliners.net photo of the day, week, month & year! Definitely! Great work!
Anonymous
10 years ago
A very nice picture of a Aircraft which you dont see often at a very low level
Anonymous
10 years ago
Baldur.. lucky man to see this bird!! COngratulations for this picture. Amazing!
Anonymous
10 years ago
That is an Awsome photo!
Anonymous
10 years ago
It's awesome enough to see a photo depicting this aircraft, but when it's as good as this it's truly something special.
Anonymous
10 years ago
What a great shot and a spacy SF jet!
Anonymous
10 years ago
It's just a cooling looking plane. Looks like something out out Star Wars.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beau et original !!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Must be totally on the ground effect
Anonymous
10 years ago
Very interesting aircraft and nice photo!
Anonymous
10 years ago
That´s it! - absolutely great aviation photo. Outstanding sight, awesome plane. The spice on A.net! (SXM pics became kinda boring these days ;-) , didn´t they?)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Strange plane!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is an amazing shot. First off the fact that I have never seen this aircraft before makes it quick stunning to see. Secondly the clarity of the airplane in this shot in regard to the fact it must be doing a good speed along the runway is very nice. Once again great shot and bravo to the photographer.
Anonymous
10 years ago
I love the way engines are intergated into the wings! Nice plane!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I worked this aircraft as he entered the U.S. on this trip. (air traffic controller), I had never even heard of this type, very cool.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The Canberra is really quite an old aircraft design, dating from the early 60s I believe, around the start of the Vietnam War. It's great to see that at least one is still flying and fulfilling a purpose.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The rarity of the aircraft and the low level fly by..AWesome!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
1940's design still impressive in 2005!
Anonymous
10 years ago
What have they done to that lovely Canberra???!! Seriously, you don't see those things every day, certainly not this low. Nice work there by the photographer.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Cool photo, nice capture!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Yeah baby!! Awesome shot!! We need more like this!! Keep up the good work!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Awesome Shot!!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I work on this aircraft at Johnson Space center. It is trurly one of a kined. Only 2 flying and we have both.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Beautiful like a Seagull! And beautiful airplanes always fly good, so...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice Pic and Plane
Anonymous
7 years ago
I recognized her the second I saw her. There was squadrons of B-57's based @ Stewart Air Force Base, Newburgh NY in the 50's and early 60's. Always in the sky overhead. Standing ready 2 go w/ the Cuban msl crisis.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I always remember them wairing tip tanks in polished aluminum w/ late 50's/early 60's markings. nice pic!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wonderful shot of an aircraft at very low level, not easy to achieve
Anonymous
5 years ago
Cool Pic!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice...