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Photographed on: 09/08/99. -- OV- 10A (N524NA) CERES (Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System) aircraft with upper and external instrumentation pod installed undergoing envelope expansion flight tests. OV-10 pilot was Robert A. Rivers. Photographs were taken from the T-34C Chase aircraft by flight test engineer V. Eric Roback with pilot Harry A. Verstynen. Photographed over the Mobjack Bay.
Topics: RESEARCH AIRCRAFT -- EARTH RADIATION BUD, What -- Earth
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Ceramic MAtrix Composite thermal protection system panels from the X-33 programs. Photographed in building 1145.
Topic: X-33
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Photographed on 02/04/2003. -- CCA wing model in Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). People in the photographs include Stuart Johnson, Scott Anders, Michael Alexander, Andy Turnbull, Donald Keller, Russ Rauser and Jennifer Florance.
Topic: AIRFOILS -- WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- SCALE
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Photographed on: 01/02/2001. -- Aircraft model and miscellaneous parts. Photographed in building 1225.
Topic: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES. -- MODELS. -- MATER
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Photographed on 12/14/2004. -- RTF fabrication - people at work. Photographed in building 1244, LaRC hanger.
Topics: BOEING AIRCRAFT. -- BOEING 757 AIRCRAFT., Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Photographed on: 11/03/2001. -- Photographs of members of Langley's aerobraking team in support of the Mars Odyssey Mission. People in photographs include: Dick Powell, Paul Tartabini, Michelle Munk, Naru Takashima, Dick Wilmoth, Jill Hanna, Alicia Dwyer, John Dec, and Joe Gasbarre. Photographed in building 1232, Collaborative Engineering Center.
Topics: AEROSPACE PLANES -- MARS EXPLORATION, What -- Mars
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Photographed on: 01/02/2001. -- Aircraft model and miscellaneous parts. Photographed in building 1225.
Topic: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES. -- MODELS. -- MATER
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Model mounted on TDT sidewall. Model has long white fuselage with red pinstripes and swept brownish wing with two engines mounted underneath. Group shots with individuals with model and front and rear 3/4 views. People in photographs include: Lloyd Marks, Ed Nesbit, Keith McCarthy, Chuck McClish, Earl Mathis, Ed Porter, Tony Pototzky, Gary Parsons, James Florance, Walter Silva, Kevin Roughea (H4), Carol Wieseman, Ben Hallisy, Vic Tumwa, David Coulson, David Christhilf, James Ramey, Jeff...
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
Topics: Ares1X :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, CONSTELLATION, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Ares Launch...
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
Topics: Ares1X :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, CONSTELLATION, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Ares Launch...
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Photographed on 04/29/1963. -- Originally the Rendezvous was used by the astronauts preparing for Gemini missions. The Rendezvous Docking Simulator was then modified and used to develop docking techniques for the Apollo program. This picture shows a later configuration of the Apollo docking with the LEM target. A.W. Vogeley described the simulator as follows: "The Rendezvous Docking Simulator and also the Lunar Landing Research Facility are both rather large moving-base simulators. It...
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., What -- Gemini, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC), Where -- New York
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America will send a new generation of explorers to the moon aboard NASA's Orion crew exploration vehicle. Making its first flights to the International Space Station early in the next decade, Orion is part of the Constellation Program to send human explorers back to the moon, and then onward to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
Topics: ORION :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Moon, What -- Orion, What --...
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National Transonic Facility Wind Tunnel Test Section
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Center Recruitment Brochure
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Photographed on: 06/22/99 and 06/23/1999. -- Pre and post test documentation of helicopter damage. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297. -- Images L99-1284, L99-1285, L99-1287, L99-1295, L99-1296, L99-1299, L99-1301, L99-1302, L99-1303, L99-1304, L99-1341, L99-1342, L99-1343, L99-1345, L99-1348, and L99-1351 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URLs.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- IMPACT TESTS -- HELIC
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Photographed on: 03/17/89. -- Astronaut on the moon: Apollo 11 landing July 20, 1969. L89-3405: Close to 7 decades would pass before humankind was able to make the long leap from a wind-swept Carolina beach to the Moon's Sea of Tranquillity. L-89-3408: On July 20, 1969, more than a billion people watched Neil Armstrong take humankind's first tentative steps upon another world. (Man in photo is actually Edwin Aldrin. The book caption calls this astronaut Neil Armstrong, but the name on the suit...
Topics: APOLLO 11 FLIGHT. -- MANNED SPACE FLIGHT, Who -- Neil A. Armstrong, What -- Moon, What -- Apollo 11
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Photographed on: 06/22/99 and 06/23/1999. -- Pre and post test documentation of helicopter damage. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297. -- Images L99-1284, L99-1285, L99-1287, L99-1295, L99-1296, L99-1299, L99-1301, L99-1302, L99-1303, L99-1304, L99-1341, L99-1342, L99-1343, L99-1345, L99-1348, and L99-1351 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URLs.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- IMPACT TESTS -- HELIC
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Image L63-5233 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 06/25/1963. -- Aerodynamics leg of 22-Inch Mach 20 Helium Tunnel.
Topic: WIND TUNNELS.
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Portrait of Phyllis Kay Costulis
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Photographed on 07/11/2001. -- Aerials of LaRC: Plum Tree drop model. Building 584 (12 Foot Tunnel), bulding 720 (Navy tank), and building 1297 (Crash Facility). The Air and Space Museum in Hampton, VA was also photographed.
Topics: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY -- CONSTRUCTION -- TE, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Blended Wing Body (BWB). -- Photographed on 05/16/2002. -- Photographs of proof wing molds, materials, processes and assembly. Photographed in building 1238B.
Topic: BODY-WING CONFIGURATIONS. -- SCALE MODEL
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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All images are available as electronic files only. See URL's below. -- Photographed 07/28/2003 through 08/03/2003 -- Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) - AirVenture 2003. L2004-123 through L2004-125: Educational displays. L2004-126 through L2004-36: ER-2 aircraft. A NASA high-altitude ER-2 environmental research jet aircraft arrived at Oshkosh, Wisconsin on July 29, 2003 to take part in the world's larest aviation event, AirVenture 2003. The ER-2, built on the same assembly line as Air...
Topics: Aeronautics Exhibitions. -- Air shows. -, What -- Sun, What -- Dawn, Where -- Wisconsin, Where --...
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed: 01/20/2003 through 01/30/2003. -- Site photo's from JWRFMP in North Bay, Ontario Canada.
Topics: AIRCRAFT LANDING. -- AIRCRAFT SAFETY. --, Where -- Canada
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Full-scale off-axis drop test. Pre- and post-test photographs of a full-scale composite fuselage section drop test at the 60 ft. drop tower located at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: CRASHWORTHINESS -- AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES -
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Photographed on 03/14/2001. -- NASA 757 in flight over various Hampton Roads landmarks: Newport News Shipbuilding, NASA Langley, Norfolk waterfront, and the Chesapeake Bay.
Topics: BOEING AIRCRAFT -- BOEING 757 AIRCRAFT -, Where -- Chesapeake Bay
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Photographed on: 09/29/98. -- 1/16 scale F-18 model on sting illustrating new vertical tail designed for alleviating buffeting. Photographed in building 648, Transonic Dynamics Tunnel.
Topic: F-18 AIRCRAFT -- WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- S
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America will send a new generation of explorers to the moon aboard NASA's Orion crew exploration vehicle. Making its first flights to the International Space Station early in the next decade, Orion is part of the Constellation Program to send human explorers back to the moon, and then onward to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
Topics: ORION :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Moon, What -- Orion, What --...
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NTF - National Transonic Facility
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National Transonic Facility Installation
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Ceramic MAtrix Composite thermal protection system panels from the X-33 programs. Photographed in building 1145.
Topic: X-33
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Portrait of Stephen Jurczyk
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National Transonic Facility (NTF) enhancements project. PRON 2953. -- Photographed on: 10/30/97. -- Site construction photographs, building 1236.
Topic: WIND TUNNELS -- MAINTENANCE -- TEST EQUI
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America will send a new generation of explorers to the moon aboard NASA's Orion crew exploration vehicle. Making its first flights to the International Space Station early in the next decade, Orion is part of the Constellation Program to send human explorers back to the moon, and then onward to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
Topics: ORION :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Moon, What -- Orion, What --...
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America will send a new generation of explorers to the moon aboard NASA's Orion crew exploration vehicle. Making its first flights to the International Space Station early in the next decade, Orion is part of the Constellation Program to send human explorers back to the moon, and then onward to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
Topics: ORION :CM:LAS:CAPSULE:NASA:LANGLEY, MOON, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, What -- Moon, What -- Orion, What --...
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NASA's Human Robotic Systems Project, part of the agency's Exploration Technology Development Program, focused on human and robotic mobility systems for the moon, but also looked at communication and command and control systems that will connect the explorers with Earth and each other. The Moses Lake dunes provided a wide variety of soil consistencies and terrain that allowed the team to put prototype scout robots, rovers, cargo carriers, cranes and spacesuits through tests in a harsh and...
Topics: technologies:moon:mars:nasa:tests:lunar_robots:spacesuit:moses lake:ATHLETE:K10 rovers:Lunar Crane,...
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The 12th and Final NACA Reunion took place at the NASA Langley Research Center, which was established as the first NACA facility in 1917 as the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory. NACA Reunion XII was co-sponsored by the NASA Langley Research Center and the Langley Alumni Association and took place in Hampton, Virginia, May 2-4, 2008. There were 360 attendees from over 30 States,
Topics: NACA:FLIGHT:REUNION:NASA:LANGLEY, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC), Where...
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Image L63-552 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 01/23/1963. -- Prototype Lunar Excursion Module used for tests of the structural dynamics of lunar landing. -- Published in James R. Hansen, Spaceflight Revolution: NASA Langley Research Center From Sputnik to Apollo, (Washington: NASA, 1995), p. 318.
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC), Where -- Washington
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Image L63-1164 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 02/06/1963. -- Construction of the track which runs in front of Model 3: Project LOLA or Lunar Orbit and Landing Approach was a simulator built at Langley to study problems related to landing on the lunar surface. It was a complex project that cost nearly $2 million dollars. James Hansen wrote: "This simulator was designed to provide a pilot with a detailed visual encounter with the lunar...
Topics: APOLLO PROGRAM., What -- Moon, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Image L66-9788 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 11/30/66. -- A Lunar Orbiter II oblique view of Copernicus and the Carpathian Mountains.
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., What -- Lunar Orbiter
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Space Shuttle in 7 x 10 Tunnel
Topic: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
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Photographed on 12/12/79.
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BENDIX CO-AXIAL COPTER, XF-88 TAKEOFF, XF-88 A & B ( VARIOUS.) -- JOHN P. REEDER PHOTO COLLECTION
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Photographed on 02/19/98. -- 5th annual NDE Working Group (NNWG) workshop, February 1998. Members on the steps of building 1219: Dr. Michael Greenfield /Code Q/HQ, Ron Moyer /Code Q/HQ, Dr. Eric Madaras /LaRC, Dr. Edward Generazio /LaRC, Dr. Tomas Yost /LaRC, Dr. Patrick Johnston /LaRC, Sam Russell /MSFC, Robert Burdine /MSFC, Randy Tilley/KSC, John Segreto /ARC, John Olivas /JPL, Marie Havican /JSC, Brad Parker /GSFC, Henning Leidecker /GSFC, Carolyn Mercer /LeRC.
Topic: EDUCATION -- PERSONNEL
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Photographed on 09/18/98. -- Different angles of view of the Comanche helicopter model.
Topic: HELICOPTER DESIGN -- AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES
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Photographed on: 07/06/98. -- Portraits of Leland D. Melvin, astronaut candidate, in his office. Building 1230, room 284.
Topics: Portrait photographs. -- Employees Photo, Who -- Leland D. Melvin
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Photographed on: 09/29/98. -- 1/16 scale F-18 model on sting illustrating new vertical tail designed for alleviating buffeting. Photographed in building 648, Transonic Dynamics Tunnel.
Topic: F-18 AIRCRAFT -- WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- S
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Photographed on: 07/29/98. -- Photographs of Civil Service employees receiving their service awards. IOG 10 year service awards presented to: Jody L. Matthews, Brian C. Cheshire, Felecia C. Berry, David R. Barnes, Howard K. Knight, Johnny C. Mau, Noel T. Hudgins, James k. Adam, Harriett R. Dismond, Robin C. Hardy, Michael C. Greenwood, Keith l. Woodman, Stella V. Harrison, and Jeffrey J. Conover. Photographed in the new section of the cafeteria.
Topics: AWARDS -- PERSONNEL -- EMPLOYEE RELATION, What -- Stella
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Photographed on 12/14/98. -- The integrally stiffened, curved panel vacuum box test is a critical element of the integral aircraft structures (EAS) Test Matrix. The purpose of the current test was to evaluate the effectiveness of integral stiffeners as a means of arresting or turning a circumferential crack in a pressurized fuselage structure. The test was performed flawlessly, with the required 8.6 psi vacuum maintained until the crack grew well beyond the inner stiffeners. The integral...
Topics: FUSELAGES -- PANELS -- MATERIALS TESTS -, What -- INTEGRAL
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Photographed on: 11/01/99. -- Full scale crash test of modified Lear Fan. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- FANS -- IMPACT TESTS
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Photographed on 02/03/2000. -- Aerials showing the clean-up of Tabbs Creek.
Topic: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. -- HAZARDOUS MATERIA
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Photographed on 02/04/2003. -- CCA wing model in Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). People in the photographs include Stuart Johnson, Scott Anders, Michael Alexander, Andy Turnbull, Donald Keller, Russ Rauser and Jennifer Florance.
Topic: AIRFOILS -- WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- SCALE
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed: 01/20/2003 through 01/30/2003. -- Site photo's from JWRFMP in North Bay, Ontario Canada.
Topics: AIRCRAFT LANDING. -- AIRCRAFT SAFETY. --, Where -- Canada
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Photographed on 10/18/2003. -- Square body missile installed in test section 2 of the Unitary Plan Wind Tunnel, building 1251.
Topic: BOOSTER ROCKET ENGINES. -- WIND TUNNEL M
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Photographed on: 05/10/2001. -- Wing attach bolts on the Lancair.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN.. -- WINGS.. -- FASTENER
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Photographed on 03/27/2001. -- Raked tip configuration.
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS. -- SCALE MODELS. --
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Photographed on: 05/29/2001. -- Interior of IFD (day and dusk views). Other photo's include several views of the motion base (which is used as a base for simulator movement).
Topic: COCKPIT SIMULATORS -- MOTION SIMULATORS
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Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE). -- Photographed on 06/09/2003 through 07/15/2003. -- Detailed photographs of MISSE Thermal Blanket. Photographed in building 1250, clean room.
Topics: SPACE STATIONS. -- MATERIALS TESTS. -- V, What -- International Space Station (ISS)
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Bookmark sensor, fluid-level sensor, damage detection sensor, phase transformation sensing, displacement sensor. Tayler Burgess - Old Dominion Graduate student.
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Space Model
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Photographed on: 05/04/99. -- Aeroelasticity Branch (AB) and Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). -- Group photos of the Aeroelasticity Branch and the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel. -- To view image L99-1118, see URL.
Topic: Employees Photographs. -- PERSONNEL
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Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE). -- Passive Experiment Container (PEC). -- Photographed on 03/08/2005 through 03/11/2005. -- MISSE PEC's 3 and 4 rework to remove unqualified batteries from M.O.M. electronic units. Work performed in "fish bowl" clean area of building 1250, high bay area. People in photo's include QA tech Richard Cooper, Technician Ray Seals, Engineer Karen Gibson, JSC Integration manager Johnnie Engelhardth and chief scientist Bill Kinard.
Topics: SPACE STATIONS. -- MATERIALS TESTS. -- V, What -- International Space Station (ISS), Where --...
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Ares 1-X LAS CM Project and Transfer To Kennedy Space Center
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Image L64-9970 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 10/29/1964. -- Originally the Rendezvous was used by the astronauts preparing for Gemini missions. The Rendezvous Docking Simulator was then modified and used to develop docking techniques for the Apollo program. "The LEM pilot's compartment, with overhead window and the docking ring (idealized since the pilot cannot see it during the maneuvers), is shown docked with the full-scale Apollo...
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., What -- Gemini, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC), Where -- New York
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65 Degree Cropped Delta Wing 7 x 10 High Speed Tunnel
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed on: 01/01/2000. -- Runway surface conditions photographed at the Munich airport (Munich, Germany).
Topics: AIRCRAFT LANDING. -- AIRCRAFT SAFETY. --, Where -- Germany