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The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown
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Runway Perspective, 1941, (1944). Creator: Eric Ravilious
Runway Perspective, 1941, (1944). Creator: Eric Ravilious
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U-2 spy plane with fictitious NASA markings, USA, 1960. Creator: NASA
U-2 spy plane with fictitious NASA markings, USA, 1960. Creator: NASA
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Bowlus 1-S-2100 Senior Albatross 'Falcon', 1933
Bowlus 1-S-2100 Senior Albatross "Falcon", 1933
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An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
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The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown
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Dreadnoughts and hydroplane, British Grand Fleet, North Sea, First World War, 1914
Dreadnoughts and hydroplane, British Grand Fleet, North Sea, First World War, 1914
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Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in flight, Edwards Air Force Base, USA, 1965
Lunar Landing Research Vehicle in flight, Edwards Air Force Base, USA, 1965
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STS-45 Landing, Florida, USA, 1992. Creator: NASA
STS-45 Landing, Florida, USA, 1992. Creator: NASA
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Test pilot and engineer, USA, 1920. Creator: Unknown
Test pilot and engineer, USA, 1920. Creator: Unknown
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Paresev 1-A and tow plane with crew and pilot, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Paresev 1-A and tow plane with crew and pilot, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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Key members of the XS 1 research team, USA, January 1948. Creator: Unknown
Key members of the XS 1 research team, USA, January 1948. Creator: Unknown
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U-2 spy plane with fictitious NASA markings, USA, 1960. Creator: NASA Featured Print

U-2 spy plane with fictitious NASA markings, USA, 1960. Creator: NASA

U-2 spy plane with fictitious NASA markings, USA, 1960. After Francis Gary Powers was shot down over the Soviet Union during a CIA spy flight on May 1, 1960, NASA issued a press release with a cover story about a U-2 conducting weather research that may have strayed off course after the pilot reported difficulties with his oxygen equipment. To bolster the cover-up, a U-2 was quickly painted in NASA markings, with a fictitious NASA serial number, and put on display for the news media at the NASA Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base on May 6, 1960. The U-2 cover story in 1956 was that it was an NACA plane to conduct high-altitude weather research. But various observers doubted this story from the beginning. Certainly the Soviets did not believe it once the aircraft began overflying their territory. The NASA cover story quickly blew up in the agency's face when both Gary Powers and aircraft wreckage were displayed by the Soviet Union, proving that it was a reconnaissance aircraft. This caused embarrassment for several top NASA officials.

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Perseus B parked on ramp, USA, September 1999. Creator: NASA
Perseus B parked on ramp, USA, September 1999. Creator: NASA
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NASA F-8A Crusader Supercritical Wing Aircraft, 1973. Creator: NASA
NASA F-8A Crusader Supercritical Wing Aircraft, 1973. Creator: NASA
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STS-56 Landing, Florida, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA
STS-56 Landing, Florida, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA
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STS-72 Landing, Florida, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA
STS-72 Landing, Florida, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA
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Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE), USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE), USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
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Jimmy Doolittle with Curtiss R3C racer, c1925. Creator: Unknown
Jimmy Doolittle with Curtiss R3C racer, c1925. Creator: Unknown
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X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
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Scott Crossfield Mach 2 flight. Creator: Unknown
Scott Crossfield Mach 2 flight. Creator: Unknown
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Paresev 1-A on lakebed with tow plane, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
Paresev 1-A on lakebed with tow plane, USA, 1962. Creator: NASA
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STS-7 landing, California, USA, June 24, 1983. Creator: NASA
STS-7 landing, California, USA, June 24, 1983. Creator: NASA
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F-15B ACTIVE with Thrust Vectoring Nozzles, 1997. Creator: Carla Thomas
F-15B ACTIVE with Thrust Vectoring Nozzles, 1997. Creator: Carla Thomas
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Chase plane and remote-piloted test vehicle X-48, USA, 2008. Creator: Lori Losey
Chase plane and remote-piloted test vehicle X-48, USA, 2008. Creator: Lori Losey
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X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA Featured Print

X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA

X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. NASA Dryden Flight Fesearch Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California hosted the X-36 program, as well as providing range support for the flight tests. NASA Ames Research Center originated the X- 36 program and is managing the program in a cooperative effort with the McDonnell Douglas Corporation. MDC's responsibilities include flight preparation and testing, data acquisition and analysis. The X-36 is a small, remotely-piloted jet built by MDC and designed to fly without the traditional tail surfaces common on most aircraft. Two 28 percent scale vehicles will be put through fighter aircraft maneuvers during the scheduled 25 flight program. The goal is to gather data on the performance characteristics, especially agility, of tailless, fighter type aircraft. The lack of vertical tails on the X-36 greatly enhances the stealthy characteristics of the airplane, and holds promise for greater agility than is currently available in existing fighter aircraft. The X-36 is 18 feet long with a 10 foot wingspan, is 3 feet high, and weighs 1,270 pounds.

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Pilot Neil Armstrong and X-15 #1, 1960. Creator: NASA
Pilot Neil Armstrong and X-15 #1, 1960. Creator: NASA
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F-16XL with custom paint, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA
F-16XL with custom paint, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA
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Pilot Joe Walker and the X-1A, California, USA, 1955. Creator: NASA
Pilot Joe Walker and the X-1A, California, USA, 1955. Creator: NASA
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STS-90 Landing, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
STS-90 Landing, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
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Endeavour on Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, March 27, 1997. Creator: NASA
Endeavour on Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, March 27, 1997. Creator: NASA
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SR-71 over snow-capped mountains, USA, 1995. Creator: NASA
SR-71 over snow-capped mountains, USA, 1995. Creator: NASA
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Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908
Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908
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Dryden research aircraft fleet on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
Dryden research aircraft fleet on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
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Discovery seen from Mir, 1998. Creator: NASA
Discovery seen from Mir, 1998. Creator: NASA
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STS-86 Landing, Florida, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
STS-86 Landing, Florida, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
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First flight of Wright brothers aircraft, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, December 17
First flight of Wright brothers aircraft, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, December 17
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Instrumentation in B-29, 1944. Creator: NASA
Instrumentation in B-29, 1944. Creator: NASA
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Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908 Featured Print

Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908

Wright Flyer test flights at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA, September 3, 1908. In January 1908, as a response to a War Department request for a "Heavier-than-air Flying Machine", the Wright Brothers submitted a bid to design a plane for $25,000. While Wilbur went to Paris to promote the Wright Flyer, Orville designed a plane for the Army Signal Corps. From September 3-17, Orville performed test flights at Fort Myer. On September 17th a split propeller caused the plane to crash, injuring Orville and killing his passenger, Lieutenant Thomas Selfridge. In spite of the crash the Army believed that the Wright plane would work. In July 1909, when Orville was able to fly again, he completed the test flights and surpassed all the Army's requirements for a military plane: to carry a passenger for at least 125 miles at a speed of 40 miles per hour and stay aloft for at least one hour, easily transportable, controllable and steerable at all times and in all directions, and land without damage. On August 2, 1909, the Signal Corps accepted the Wright Flyer as the world's first military aircraft, naming it Signal Corps Airplane No. 1.

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Scott Crossfield...after the first mach 2 flight, USA, November 20, 1953
Scott Crossfield...after the first mach 2 flight, USA, November 20, 1953
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Access biofuels flight tests, USA. Creator: NASA
Access biofuels flight tests, USA. Creator: NASA
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STS-95 Landing, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
STS-95 Landing, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
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Orville Wright tests his glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, 1911. Creator: NASA
Orville Wright tests his glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, 1911. Creator: NASA
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Access II emissions research, USA, 2014. Creator: NASA
Access II emissions research, USA, 2014. Creator: NASA
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Fred E. Weick, Tom Hamilton and Charles Lindbergh, USA, June 1927. Creator: Unknown
Fred E. Weick, Tom Hamilton and Charles Lindbergh, USA, June 1927. Creator: Unknown
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Research into greener aircraft, 2011. Creator: NASA
Research into greener aircraft, 2011. Creator: NASA
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LASRE Pod Matting to SR-71, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA
LASRE Pod Matting to SR-71, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA
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Wright Apache and pilot, Virginia, USA, 1928. Creator: Unknown
Wright Apache and pilot, Virginia, USA, 1928. Creator: Unknown
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Space Shuttle Atlantis, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
Space Shuttle Atlantis, Florida, USA, 1998. Creator: NASA
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Atlantis Docked to Mir, 1995. Creator: NASA
Atlantis Docked to Mir, 1995. Creator: NASA
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Space Shuttle Columbia on final approach, USA, 1981. Creator: NASA
Space Shuttle Columbia on final approach, USA, 1981. Creator: NASA
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