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Photographed on: 06/01/1999. -- George Washington University (GWU), Joint Institute for Advancement of Flight Sciences (JIAFS), and Mars Global Surveyor (MGS). -- The George Washington University (GWU) Joint Institute for Advancement of Flight Sciences (JIAFS) Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Accelerometer Team was officially recognized for its work in getting the MGS spacecraft safely through an extended aerobrakins manuever. People in photographs include Joseph Beerer from JPL, Dr. Robert H. Tolson...
Topics: MARS PROBES -- AWARDS -- PERSONNEL -- SC, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What --...
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Photographed on 10/23/2002. -- Group photo, certificates, portraits and reception photo's. Photographed at Old Dominion University Graduate Center.
Topic: Employees. Photographs. -- PERSONNEL.
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Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS). -- Photographed on 01/21/2004. -- Research installations on the Cirrus SR-22X and Lancair Columbia 300X SATS airplanes. L2004-11: Cirrus SR22X - SATS Triple S team: First row - J.L. McNabb, E. R. Ramisacal, J.L. Murdock, F.J.L. Bussink; Second row - C. Haynes, Jr., N.T. Hudgins, E.M Blount, V.I. Chung, D.A Gallaher, C.L. Hayes, D.L. Russell, C.D. Smith, J.J. Mielnik, Jr., S.T. Sims, J.L. Gleason, O. Gomez; Third row - J.L. Carter, M.J. Watterton,...
Topics: TRANSPORTATION. -- SHORT HAUL AIRCRAFT., What -- Columbia
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Photographed on 05/25/2001. -- Mars parachute test hardware in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). MER CN/CT parachute configuration in TDT. People in photographs include Juan Cruz, Donald Keller, Jennifer Florance, Maria Bobskill, and Charles McClish. Photographed in building 648, TDT.
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS. -- ROVING VEHICLES., What -- Mars, What -- Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
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High Speed Research (HSR). -- Photographed on: 09/06/2000. -- Fabrication of patterns, molds, and model components that will be assembled into a semi-span model. Photographed in building 1238B - model shop L2000-1015: Flutter wing's assembled graphite flexible beam with mounting hardware on back plate. L2000-1016: Technicians (S. Geissinger and C. McLain) adjusting surfce contours within BWM's foam mold. L2000-1017: Close up of flutter wing's flexible beam, nodule mount and mounting hardware...
Topics: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES. -- MODELS. -- MATER, What -- Beam
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High Speed Research (HSR). -- Photographed on: 10/23/98. -- Fabrication of patterns, molds and model components that will be assembled into a semi-span model. Graphite and honeycomb portion for the flap simulator assembly. Sam James and Chris McLain working on the stand off portion of the fuselage molds. Egg-crating templates on the backside of the forward portion, left fuselage mold. To the left of the lower wing mold is the wing run off mold under fabrication. Cutting graphite pre-preg to the...
Topic: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES -- MODELS -- MATERIA
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MTS Functional Pyro Test
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Photographed on: 04/21/98. -- Large aperture directional array (LADA) is mounted on the suction side of a wing span with a flap. Point source is shown on leading and trailing edge. In building 1208, room 229 QFF.
Topic: MICROPHONES -- ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES -- AI
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Photographed on 04/16/2002. -- 6% F/A-18C model on the 16 Foot Transonic Tunnel Free-To-Roll rig.
Topic: MODEL AIRCRAFT. -- SCALE MODELS. -- TRAN
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Photographed on 08/17/2001. -- Photographs of machine hardware configuration. Plasma flow under operating conditions with an instrumented sting injected into the plasma stream and photographs of the free stream. Photographed in building 1148, room 104.
Topic: MACHINERY. -- MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC FLOW.
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Photographed on 10/23/2002. -- Group photo, certificates, portraits and reception photo's. Photographed at Old Dominion University Graduate Center.
Topic: Employees. Photographs. -- PERSONNEL.
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Photographed on 09/07/98. -- High Speed Research (HSR). -- Views of TU-144 LL supersonic transport at Zhukovsky Air Development Center, Zhukovsky, Russia. Views include aircraft and cockpit. Two U.S. test pilots shown: Gordon Fullerton/DFRC, and Robert A. Rivers/LaRC. Photographed at flight line, Tupolev Test Facility @ Zhukasky Air Development Center, Zhukovsky, Russia.
Topics: TU-144 AIRCRAFT -- RESEARCH AIRCRAFT --, Where -- Russia
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To view image L99-103, see URL. -- Photographed on: 02/09/99. -- Single engine hardware with solid corner nozzle 2 mounted. Photographed in building 1146, 16 Foot Transonic Wind Tunnel.
Topic: AFTERBODIES -- TEST EQUIPMENT -- HARDWAR
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Photographed on 08/09/2004. -- Crucible powder process 1, Crucible powder process 2, Crucible powder process 3. Crucible powder process I, Crucible powder process II, Starmet powder process II.
Topic: MATERIALS TESTS. -- POWDER PARTICLES.
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Fiber Optic Thermography
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Space Shuttle Egress
Topic: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
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CLV Tank
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed: 02/10/2003 through 02/14/2003. -- Site photo's from JWRFMP in Sapporo, Japan. Photographed at New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, Japan on 02/10/2003 through 02/14/2003.
Topics: AIRCRAFT LANDING. -- AIRCRAFT SAFETY. --, Where -- Japan
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High Speed Research (HSR). -- Photographed on: 09/28/98. -- Fabrication of patterns, molds, and model components that will be assembled into a semi-span model. Details before egg-crating looking into the left fuselage, aft section mold. Upper right wing mold having the egg-crated bottom milled flat. Lower right wing mold prepared for application of PVA release. Photographed in building 1238B - model shop.
Topic: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES -- MODELS -- MATERIA
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Photographed on 04/05/2004. -- Straight on side view. Perspective view - 1 and 2. People in the photographs include Mr. Ronald L. Long Jr., Mr. Quinton Duncan, Mrs. Kathleen Long Devol and Mr. William E. Wilkerson.
Topic: MATERIALS TESTS. -- TEST FACILITIES.
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Photographed on 04/29/2004. -- Several photographs of the Full Scale Y joint test facility - building 1267.
Topic: MATERIALS TESTS. -- TEST FACILITIES.
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Photographed on: 08/17/99. -- Dapra/AFRL/NASA Smart Wing Program, Test 2 of Phase I. Lead contractor: Northrop Grumman. Hingeless control surfaces and wing twist demonstrated using shape memory alloys. NASA lead: Anna Maria McGowan; Northrop Gumman POC: Dr. Jay Kudva; Air Force Lead: Major Brian Sanders; Darpa: Dr. Ephraim Garcia. Photographed in building 648 - Transonic Dyanmics Tunnel.
Topic: GRUMMAN AIRCRAFT -- SMART STRUCTURES --
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Clouds and the Earth Radiant Energy System (CERES). -- Photographed on: 03/23/99. -- In progress shots of experimental pod fabrication. Photographed in building 1244, room 148 and building 1232A, room 101.
Topics: EARTH OBSERVING SYSTEM (EOS) -- EARTH RA, What -- Earth, What -- EOS
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Photographed on 01/27/2001. -- Aerials of LaRC, including building 1297, building 1212 VTOL Tunnel, and building 1152.
Topics: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY -- CONSTRUCTION -- TE, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Photographed on: 03/13/2000. -- Photos in Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT) plenum: AMIT (Advanced Measurement Instumentation Team)R134a bottle for Optotrak camera cooling, ESP manifold, PMI equipment. Photos in control room of the TDT: South end (controller, amps, ESP rack, and VMD monitors); North end (monitoring stations). Photos in war room: PMI system (shown with Gary Fleming); Luna fiber optics; sting whip; Optotrak. Photographed in building 648, Transonic Dyanmics Tunnel.
Topic: SMART STRUCTURES. -- WINGS. -- WIND TUNN
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Photographed on 01/09/2001. -- Aerials of LaRC: Armistead Avenue looking East and West. Building 1297, Drop Facility before painting. Building 1195 new construction. Building 1212, 14 X 22 Foot Tunnel. Building 1265, 8 Foot Tunnel. New air field construction.
Topics: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY -- CONSTRUCTION -- TE, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Photographed on 07/26/2002. -- Shock reflection test. Photographed in building 648, Transonic Dynamics Tunnel.
Topic: SHOCK WAVES. -- TRANSONIC WIND TUNNELS.
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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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High Speed Research (HSR). -- Photographed on: 03/22/2000. -- Fabrication of patterns, molds, and model components that will be assembled into a semi-span model. L2000-246: Upper right flutter wing with 26 accelerameters installed (red and blue wires). L2000-247: Lower right flutter wing with 40 pressure transducers being installed. L2000-248: Upper right flutter wing with 26 accelerameters installed. L2000-249: Lower right flutter wing with 40 pressure transducers being installed. L2000-250:...
Topic: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES. -- MODELS. -- MATER
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Fiber Optic Thermography
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EXperimental Crew Return Vehicle (X-CRV). -- Photographed: 07/19/1999 through 07/29/1999. -- Photographs of various skid specimens, NASA Instrumented Tire Test Vehicle (ITTV), and lakebed runway surfaces. People in photographs include Robert Daugherty, Brent Sentell, Shaun Reno, Lou Robinson, Tom Walker, Lawrence Davis, Skip Stagg, and George Gafka. Photographed at Dryden Flight Research Center - Lakebed.
Topics: X-38 CREW RETURN VEHICLE -- SINGLE STAGE, Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
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Photographed on 08/11/80. -- B-57 cockpit (Bomber - 57) Instrument panels. Martin Aircraft.
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Photographed on 08/15/2001. -- Construction aerials of LaRC: building 1212 (14x22 Wind Tunnel), building1297 (painting of crash facility).
Topics: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY -- CONSTRUCTION -- TE, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Photographed on: 08/17/99. -- Dapra/AFRL/NASA Smart Wing Program, Test 2 of Phase I. Lead contractor: Northrop Grumman. Hingeless control surfaces and wing twist demonstrated using shape memory alloys. NASA lead: Anna Maria McGowan; Northrop Gumman POC: Dr. Jay Kudva; Air Force Lead: Major Brian Sanders; Darpa: Dr. Ephraim Garcia. Photographed in building 648 - Transonic Dyanmics Tunnel.
Topic: GRUMMAN AIRCRAFT -- SMART STRUCTURES --
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Synthetic Thinned Array Radiometer (STAR). -- Photographed on: 08/03/98. -- STAR waveguide frame assembly fixture before bonding. In building 1225, machine shop.
Topic: TEST CHAMBERS -- TENSILE TESTS -- TEST F
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Photographed on: 11/09/98. -- Energy Efficient Transport (EET). -- EET semi-span model as tested in the National Transonic Facility.
Topic: SEMISPAN MODELS -- WIND TUNNEL MODELS --
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Images L67-1853 and L67-1855 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 02/05/67. -- Liftoff of Lunar Orbiter III from Complex 13.
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., What -- Lunar Orbiter
ALAS II mounted on transverse sting for forced oscillation, free-to-oscillate and static force and moment testing in the subsonic and transonic flight regime. People in photographs: Bruce Owens, Steve Riddick, Debi Tomek, Mike Ramey.
Topic: What -- Orion
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Images L90-3737 and L90-3739 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographs copied on: 03/27/90. -- File of photographs copied by Bill Taylor during production of the book Engineer in Charge. L90-3737 "Veteran NACA engineer Fred Weick hands on hips; Charles Lindbergh is on the right"; L90-3738 "Joseph S. Ames, executive chairman (1920-1937) and later chairman (1927-1939) of the NACA, at his desk at NACA headquarters about 1920"; L90-3739 Max M....
Topic: Aeronautics History. -- CONFERENCES
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Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE). -- Passive Experiment Container (PEC). -- Photographed on 11/28/2000 through 12/15/2000. -- L2000-2354: 2M1. L2000-2355: 1T1. L2000-2356: 1T1. L2000-2357: 2S1. L2000-2358: Q2. L2000-2359: Q2. L2000-2360: 2H1. L2000-2361: 1-B3. L2000-2362: 1-B4. L2000-2363: 1-B5. L2000-2364: 1Y1. L2000-2365: 2B6. L2000-2366: 2B6. L2000-2367: 2L1. L2000-2368: 1-P1. L2000-2369: 2S2. L2000:2370: 1-B3. L2000-2371: 1Q1. L2000-2372: 1-B31. L2000-2373: 2B36....
Topics: SPACE STATIONS. -- MATERIALS TESTS. -- V, What -- International Space Station (ISS), What -- UVS
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Photographed on 03/29/97. -- Hyper-X free flyer in front of the Pegasus adapter with drop jaw at 60 degree angle. Photographed in building 1247, 20-Inch Mach 6 Tunnel.
Topics: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --, What -- Pegasus
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Photographs of 0.01 scale Crew Launch Vehicle (SLV) model installed in Test Section 1 of the Unitary Plan Wind (UPWT). Model is a dedicated pressure measurements to help validate computational fluid dynamics methods.
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Images L90-3737 and L90-3739 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographs copied on: 03/27/90. -- File of photographs copied by Bill Taylor during production of the book Engineer in Charge. L90-3737 "Veteran NACA engineer Fred Weick hands on hips; Charles Lindbergh is on the right"; L90-3738 "Joseph S. Ames, executive chairman (1920-1937) and later chairman (1927-1939) of the NACA, at his desk at NACA headquarters about 1920"; L90-3739 Max M....
Topic: Aeronautics History. -- CONFERENCES
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed: 02/10/2003 through 02/14/2003. -- Site photo's from JWRFMP in Sapporo, Japan. Photographed at New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, Japan on 02/10/2003 through 02/14/2003.
Topics: AIRCRAFT LANDING. -- AIRCRAFT SAFETY. --, Where -- Japan
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Photographed on 12/10/99. -- 29.3% Hyper-X Body-Side Door Inlet Starting Model at the Langley 31-Inch Mach 10 Tunnel. Researcher involved is Dr. Scott D. Holland of the Aerothermodynamics Branch/Aero-and Gas-Dynamics Division. A 2-D model of the Hyper-X forebody was tested to evaluate a body-side door starting mechanism. Typically the inlet cowl is translated or rotated to permit the inlet to start. Such translation or rotation requires complex mechanisms due to the small size of the cowl and...
Topic: WIND TUNNEL MODELS -- AIRCRAFT MODELS --
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All images are available as electronic files from the photo lab. -- Photographed on 06/20/2003. -- NASA Sci-Files - Tree House Kids, including: Bianca Baker, Kali McFarland, R.J. Brown, Jacob Pennington, Anthony D. Angelo, Catherine Quinn and also Dr. Wright.
Topic: EDUCATION. -- EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION.
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Photographed on 09/28/2004. -- FASER is an Ultra Stick 120 electric powered remote control airplane. FASER-R2 was tested in the 12 Foot Low Speed Tunnel to quantify the aerodynamic differences between the original wind tunnel tested FASER Ultra Stick 120 and another Ultra Stick 120. The aerodynamic influence of Robelen flow vanes and drop model birds was also quantified. Photographed in the LaRC 12 Foot Wind Tunnel, building 644.
Topics: WIND TUNNELS. -- RESEARCH AIRCRAFT. -- T, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Portrait of Alfreda D. Hampton
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TOPS - Structures Exhibits L-95-2299 is Structures Banner with NASA Logo L-95-2300 is #56 STR05695 CLA Broad Band Acoustic Liners, POC is Cheri Tanner L-95-2301 is #32 STR03295 RCW Carbon-Carbon Composite Engine Components, POC is H. Kevin Rivers L-95-2302 is #79 STR07995 RCW Cooled Structures Technology, POC is Steve Scotti L-95-2303 is #18 STR01895 CLA Variable Geometry Articulating Truss, POC is Garnett Horner L-95-2304 is #2 STR00295 GMBO Dual-Strake Helicopter Yaw Control Concept, POC...
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Photographed on 10/23/2002. -- Group photo, certificates, portraits and reception photo's. Photographed at Old Dominion University Graduate Center.
Topic: Employees. Photographs. -- PERSONNEL.
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Image L85-5462 and L85-5464 are available as electronic file from the photo lab. -- Aircraft Landing Dynamics Facility (ALDF). -- Stages of the launch of the carriage, showing the water spray generated by the release of hydraulic pressure used to drive the carriage. Image published in: NASA RP 1189.
Topic: TEST FACILITIES -- LANDING LOADS -- LAND
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Image L64-5924 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 06/23/1964. -- Construction of Model 1 used in the LOLA simulator. This was a twenty-foot sphere which simulated for the astronauts what the surface of the moon would look like from 200 miles up. 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....
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT. -- TRAINING DEVICES. --, What -- Moon, What -- Crater, Where -- Langley Research...
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Photographed on 10/18/79. -- Aircraft model testing at the Landing Loads Track.
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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 10/17/2001. -- Interactive user examination of 3-D flow visualization results on landing gear tested in the BART tunnel, building 1268. Displayed in the Data Visualization and Animation Lab. People in the photgraphs include, L2001-2440: Paul Brewster; L2001-2441: Kurt Severance; L2001-2442: Paul Brewster and Kurt Severence; L2001-2443 and L2001-2444: Tammy Cottee; L2001-2445: Kurt Severance.
Topic: WIND TUNNEL TESTS. -- LANDING GEAR. -- F
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Orion Airborne Systems Test #4
Topic: What -- Orion
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Photographed on: 07/19/96. -- Fossilized bones of a 3.5 million year old juvenile baleen whale discovered in a 8 foot deep trench being dug for piping near the old rocket test area of NASA Langley. Vanessa Butler and Kit Cain of Sverdrup Technologies, Inc. spotted the bones in an excavated pile.
Topic: WHALES -- FOSSILS -- PALEOBIOLOGY
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Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS). -- Photographed on 05/21/2003. -- Research installations on the Cirrus SR-22X and Lancair Columbia 300X SATS airplanes. L2003-1091: Airborne Internet - front of unit. L2003-1092: Airborne Internet - power supply. L22003-1093: Cirrus SR22X - aircraft on the ramp. L2003-1094: Airborne Internet - unit with external box. L2003-1095: Airborne Internet - front of unit with case open. L2003-1096: Cirrus SR22X - aircraft on the ramp - low view. L2003-1097:...
Topics: TRANSPORTATION. -- SHORT HAUL AIRCRAFT., What -- Columbia
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Photographed on: 05/08/2002. -- Group photos, including Support Service Contractors, Graduate Students and DRA's. Also, the aerothermodynamics Branch, X-37 TGIR Team; Computationalists; Experimentalists; Planetary; 2nd Gen/SLI; 3rd Gen/ECD; Hyper-X/X-34C and branch managers. Names of people include: Alter, Stephen J., Anderson, Brian P., Berry, Scott A., Bibb, Karen L., Bittner, Glenn R., Bobskill, Maria V., Brauckmann, Gregory M., Chavis, Zachary Q., Daryabeigi, Kamran, DiFulvio, Michael,...
Topic: Employees Photographs. -- PERSONNEL
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Carbon-carbon engine project. -- Photographed on 01/26/98. -- Photo of damaged carbon-carbon piston used in rotax engine.
Topic: Carbon compounds Photographs. -- Pistons
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Mir Environmental Effects Payload (MEEP). Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA). Passive Optical Sample Assembly (POSA). Polished Plate Micrometeoroid and Debris (PPMD). -- Copy negatives made from prints. -- Johnson Space Center Reference Number: STS081-721-092, STS081-721-093, STS081-727-047, STS081-727-048, STS081-736-014, STS081-736-021, STS081-736-035, STS081-748-046, STS081-748-049, STS081-748-061. -- Duplicated on: 05/02/98. -- Mir, filling about one-sixth of image width; with Earth in...
Topics: MIR SPACE STATION -- POLLUTION MONITORIN, What -- Russian Mir Space Station, What -- Earth, What --...
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Photographed on 06/25/80. -- Shattered rotor blade tip, strike damaged rotor tip.
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TOPS - Structures Exhibits L-95-2299 is Structures Banner with NASA Logo L-95-2300 is #56 STR05695 CLA Broad Band Acoustic Liners, POC is Cheri Tanner L-95-2301 is #32 STR03295 RCW Carbon-Carbon Composite Engine Components, POC is H. Kevin Rivers L-95-2302 is #79 STR07995 RCW Cooled Structures Technology, POC is Steve Scotti L-95-2303 is #18 STR01895 CLA Variable Geometry Articulating Truss, POC is Garnett Horner L-95-2304 is #2 STR00295 GMBO Dual-Strake Helicopter Yaw Control Concept, POC...
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Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT). -- Photographed on: 04/08/98. -- Test apparatus, details of probes and survey rake interior, group photo, overall test setup. Jose A. Rivera, Matthew L. Wilbur, Paul H. Mirick, William Wilkerson, William T. Yeager, Jr., and Stanley R. Cole. In building 648, TDT test section.
Topic: TEST FACILITIES -- RAKES -- WIND TUNNELS
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Photographed on 09/07/98. -- High Speed Research (HSR). -- Views of TU-144 LL supersonic transport at Zhukovsky Air Development Center, Zhukovsky, Russia. Views include aircraft and cockpit. Two U.S. test pilots shown: Gordon Fullerton/DFRC, and Robert A. Rivers/LaRC. Photographed at flight line, Tupolev Test Facility @ Zhukasky Air Development Center, Zhukovsky, Russia.
Topics: TU-144 AIRCRAFT -- RESEARCH AIRCRAFT --, Where -- Russia
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Image L65-3495 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 05/05/1965. -- Test subject wearing the pressurized "space" suit for the Reduced Gravity Walking Simulator located at the Lunar Landing Facility. The purpose of this simulator was to study the subject while walking, jumping or running. Researchers conducted studies of various factors such as fatigue limit, energy expenditure, and speed of locomotion. A.W. Vigil described the purpose of...
Topics: APOLLO PROJECT., What -- Moon, What -- Earth, Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC), Where --...
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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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Tropospheric Airborn Meteorological Data Report (TAMDAR). -- Photographed on 09/12/2003. -- Research installations on the NASA Cessna 206 aircraft. Photographed in the hanger - building 1244. L2003-1631: Cessna 206X - experiment pallet, side view. L2003-1632: Cessna 206X - experiment pallet, aft view. L2003-1633: Cessna 206X - experiment pallet, aft view. L2003-1634: Cessna 206X - instrument shelf in the cargo compartment. L2003-1635: Rudder and elevator CPT's in the tail cone, view looking...
Topics: TRANSPORTATION. -- CESSNA AIRCRAFT. -- G, What -- WIRE
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Images L90-3737 and L90-3739 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographs copied on: 03/27/90. -- File of photographs copied by Bill Taylor during production of the book Engineer in Charge. L90-3737 "Veteran NACA engineer Fred Weick hands on hips; Charles Lindbergh is on the right"; L90-3738 "Joseph S. Ames, executive chairman (1920-1937) and later chairman (1927-1939) of the NACA, at his desk at NACA headquarters about 1920"; L90-3739 Max M....
Topic: Aeronautics History. -- CONFERENCES
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Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS). -- Photographed on 01/21/2004. -- Research installations on the Cirrus SR-22X and Lancair Columbia 300X SATS airplanes. L2004-11: Cirrus SR22X - SATS Triple S team: First row - J.L. McNabb, E. R. Ramisacal, J.L. Murdock, F.J.L. Bussink; Second row - C. Haynes, Jr., N.T. Hudgins, E.M Blount, V.I. Chung, D.A Gallaher, C.L. Hayes, D.L. Russell, C.D. Smith, J.J. Mielnik, Jr., S.T. Sims, J.L. Gleason, O. Gomez; Third row - J.L. Carter, M.J. Watterton,...
Topics: TRANSPORTATION. -- SHORT HAUL AIRCRAFT., What -- Columbia
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1% Scale model of CLV ADAC-2B (A103) installed in Test section 2 of the NASA LaRC Unitary Plan Wind Tunnel for Force and Moment testing. Photographed in building 1251, Unitary Plan Wind Tunnel.
Topic: Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
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Impact test of NASCAR test vehicle into energy absorbing composite barrier. Photographed at the Gantry - building 1297.
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Image L62-4893 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on 06/18/1962. -- Gemini capsule being tested in 11 inch hypersonic wind tunnel.
Topics: GEMINI PROJECT. -- WIND TUNNELS., What -- Gemini