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Photo ID: 1152447
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North American X-15-3 (replica)
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, April 14, 2005
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56-6672 Replica of a X-15 on display in front of NASA at Edwards AFB. The original aircraft was lost in an accident.
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Photo ID: 1152446
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Northrop HL-10
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, April 14, 2006
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N804NA Flown 37 times by NASA's Flight Research Center at Edwards. First flight 12-22-1966, final flight 7-17-1970. Maximum speed and altitude records held by the HL-10: Mach 1.86 (1228 MPH) and 90.300 feet. The HL-10 was part of a program that investigated blunt-shaped vehicles, called lifting bodies, which led to the selection of a lifting entry configuration for the Space Shuttle. Results from the lifting body flights greatly aided shuttle designers in the decision to land the orbiter as an unpowered glider.
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Photo ID: 1152445
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Vought TF-8A/SCW Crusader
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, April 14, 2005
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NASA810 / 141353 F-8 Supercritical Wing Aircraft. This research aircraft was the first airplane to demonstrate the transonic performance capabilities of a supercritical wing. This airplane demonstrated a drag-rise Mach number of 0.96 at cruise lifting conditions. The resulting technology base permitted an increase in cruise Mach number for transport aircraft from approximately 0.8 to above 0.9. Wings of this type are now routinely utilized on all new military and commercial transport aircraft. [Text by Nasa]
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Photo ID: 1152444
Views: 13308
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Vought F-8C Crusader
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, April 14, 2005
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NASA802 / 145546 F-8 Digital Fly-By-Wire Aircraft. This research aircraft was the first airplane to fly using a digital fly-by-wire electronic flight-control system with no mechanical backup system. The initial system utilized components from the Apollo spacecraft guidance and control system. Digital fly-by-wire flight-control systems are now being incorporated into the designs of the most modern commercial transport airplanes, and are routinely used on nearly all new military aircraft. First flight: May 25, 1972.
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Photo ID: 1152443
Views: 11340
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Lockheed F-104A Starfighter
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, April 14, 2005
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N820NA (cn 183-1078) Originally designed as a light-weight day interceptor, the XF-104 made its first flight at EDW on 7 February 1954. The maiden flight of the prototype YF-104A ws completed here on 17 February 1956. Delivered in 1958 to USAF and later returned to Lockheed for flight test support. It was transferred to NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility at EDW in 1966. On loan from the USAF Museum.
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Photo ID: 1151638
Views: 10573
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Netherlands - Navy
Westland SH-14D Lynx (WG-13)
Off-Airport - Rotterdam
Netherlands, June 12, 2005
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271 (cn 118) The Royal Navy display during the Red Bull Air Race 2005. Check out that crowded 'Euromast' in the background!
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Photo ID: 1151396
Views: 11431
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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32
Miami - Opa-locka (OPF)
USA - Florida, November 21, 2006
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N816AT / 916 (cn 47445/585) Ex Valuejet (N916VV), Trinity Air Bahamas and Delta Air Lines (N1290L). Strd since 2002.
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Photo ID: 1151189
Views: 19448
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Boeing 707-321B
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USA - California, April 26, 2006
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N454PC (cn 18839/417) Pan Am's Clipper Morning Star 40 years after delivery. Left in the desert for more than 7 years now.
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Photo ID: 1151188
Views: 37917
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Airbus A310-324
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USA - California, April 26, 2005
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N443RR (cn 443) Spend its life flying for Singapore Airlines and Air Plus Comet. Also in picture: one Continental DC-9, two CO DC-10s and three Hawaiian DC-9s.
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Photo ID: 1151022
Views: 142736
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USA - Army
Boeing 767-200(AST)
Victorville - Southern California Logistics (International) (George AFB) (VCV)
USA - California, April 26, 2005
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N767BA (cn 22233/1) The first 767 built and currently parked in the desert. Converted to Airborne Surveillance Testbed. It took a Cessna 172 to take a shot of this one since VCV is not that open to the public.
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