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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 12.5 Hyper-X Blade/Sting Interference Model in the NASA Langley 20-Inch Mach Tunnel. Researchers include Dr. Scott D. Holland and William C. Woods of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide the support hardware interference corrections to the aerodynamic data. The model was configured to permit blade mounting both with and without a dummy sting (to determine the increment due to the presence of the sting) and...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 12.5 Hyper-X Blade/Sting Interference Model in the NASA Langley 20-Inch Mach Tunnel. Researchers include Dr. Scott D. Holland and William C. Woods of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide the support hardware interference corrections to the aerodynamic data. The model was configured to permit blade mounting both with and without a dummy sting (to determine the increment due to the presence of the sting) and...
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 12.5 Hyper-X Blade/Sting Interference Model in the NASA Langley 20-Inch Mach Tunnel. Researchers include Dr. Scott D. Holland and William C. Woods of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide the support hardware interference corrections to the aerodynamic data. The model was configured to permit blade mounting both with and without a dummy sting (to determine the increment due to the presence of the sting) and...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 12.5 Hyper-X Blade/Sting Interference Model in the NASA Langley 20-Inch Mach Tunnel. Researchers include Dr. Scott D. Holland and William C. Woods of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide the support hardware interference corrections to the aerodynamic data. The model was configured to permit blade mounting both with and without a dummy sting (to determine the increment due to the presence of the sting) and...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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Photographed on 10/28/99. -- 12.5% Hyper-X Research Vehicle (HXRV) model is shown in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. The model was designed to provide fine control increments to determine hypersonic elevator, aileron, and rudder control effectiveness. Researchers include: Dr. Scott D. Holland, and William C. Woods. Photographed in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel, building 1251.
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Photographed on 10/28/99. -- 12.5% Hyper-X Research Vehicle (HXRV) model is shown in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. The model was designed to provide fine control increments to determine hypersonic elevator, aileron, and rudder control effectiveness. Researchers include: Dr. Scott D. Holland, and William C. Woods. Photographed in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel, building 1251.
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Photographed on 10/28/99. -- 12.5% Hyper-X Research Vehicle (HXRV) model is shown in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. The model was designed to provide fine control increments to determine hypersonic elevator, aileron, and rudder control effectiveness. Researchers include: Dr. Scott D. Holland, and William C. Woods. Photographed in the 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel, building 1251.
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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To view image L99-632, see URL. -- Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 6% Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV) Model, including Pegasus booster at the Lockheed-Martin Vought Systems High Speed Wind Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. This model was designed to provide aerodynamic characteristics and control surface effectiveness of the booster stack on ascent between Mach 0.8 to 4.0. Model parametrics include Pegasus rudder and...
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 8.33% Hyper-X Keel Line 3 Stage Separation Model in the NASA Langley 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. The high-fidelity KL3 HXRV free flyer model was adapted to permit a clam-shell adapter to be clamped to the sting at a set of prescribed proximity and relative angle of incidence. In addition to proximity, the model was capable of left and right rudder settings of 0...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 8.33% Hyper-X Keel Line 3 Stage Separation Model in the NASA Langley 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. The high-fidelity KL3 HXRV free flyer model was adapted to permit a clam-shell adapter to be clamped to the sting at a set of prescribed proximity and relative angle of incidence. In addition to proximity, the model was capable of left and right rudder settings of 0...
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Photographed on 12/10/96. -- 8.33% Hyper-X Keel Line 3 Stage Separation Model in the NASA Langley 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. The high-fidelity KL3 HXRV free flyer model was adapted to permit a clam-shell adapter to be clamped to the sting at a set of prescribed proximity and relative angle of incidence. In addition to proximity, the model was capable of left and right rudder settings of 0...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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H. Lee Beach, Jr. Portrait
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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Parachute in the Full Scale Wind Tunnel. High Altitude Drop Deployment (HADD). Ray Whipple - group.
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HALOE
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HALOE
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HALOE
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HALOE
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HALOE Charts
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HALOE Leaving
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HALOE Photos
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HALOE Photos
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HALOE Project
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HALOE Project
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HALOE Test Set-up
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HAV Fulled Span Joined Wing Model
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HAV Models in TDJ
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Image L64-4293 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 05/11/1964. -- HL-10 in Full Scale Tunnel (FST).
Topic: LIFTING BODIES.
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Image L63-3602 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 04/26/1963. -- HL-10 Entry Vehicle.
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Image L63-7161is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 09/25/1963. -- PARD lifting body.
Topic: LIFTING BODIES. -- HL-10 REENTRY VEHICLE
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Image L63-3878 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 04/30/1963. -- Model of the manned lifting entry vehicle HL-10.
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Image L63-3882 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 05/01/1963. -- Model of the manned lifting entry vehicle HL-10.
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Photographed on: 10/22/90. -- L90-12047: The HL-20 experimental aircraft mock-up. -- Photograph published in Winds of Change, 75th Anniversary NASA publication (page 131), by James Schultz.
Topic: RESEARCH AIRCRAFT. -- EXPERIMENT DESIGN.
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HL-20
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HL-20
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HL-20
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HL-20 Aerodynamic Data Base Development
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HL-20 Aerodynamic Data Base Development
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HL-20 Aerodynamic Data Base Development
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