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Valentia in 1857-1858 at the Time of the Laying of the Former Cable, 1865
Valentia in 1857-1858 at the Time of the Laying of the Former Cable, 1865
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Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline Laying the Earthwire on July
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline Laying the Earthwire on July
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The Bennie Railplane, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
The Bennie Railplane, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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Hall Braille Stereotyping Machine, 1919
Hall Braille Stereotyping Machine, 1919
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Sectional view of a Newcomen steam engine, 1737
Sectional view of a Newcomen steam engine, 1737
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Pontoon Bridge Across the Rappahannock, May 1863. Creator: Alexander Gardner
Pontoon Bridge Across the Rappahannock, May 1863. Creator: Alexander Gardner
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Pontoon Boat, Brandy Station, Virginia, February 1864. Creator: Alexander Gardner
Pontoon Boat, Brandy Station, Virginia, February 1864. Creator: Alexander Gardner
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High Bridge Crossing the Appomattox, Near Farmville, 1865. Creator: Alexander Gardner
High Bridge Crossing the Appomattox, Near Farmville, 1865. Creator: Alexander Gardner
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Mobile Quarantine Facility, ca. 1969. Creator: Airstream
Mobile Quarantine Facility, ca. 1969. Creator: Airstream
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Wright Vertical 4, In-line 4 Engine, 1906. Creator: Wright Company
Wright Vertical 4, In-line 4 Engine, 1906. Creator: Wright Company
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Lockheed XP-80 'Lulu Belle', 1943. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Lockheed XP-80 "Lulu Belle", 1943. Creator: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
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Allison V-1710-7 (V-1710-C4), V-12 Engine, 1936. Creator: General Motors
Allison V-1710-7 (V-1710-C4), V-12 Engine, 1936. Creator: General Motors
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Allison V-1710-7 (V-1710-C4), V-12 Engine, 1936. Creator: General Motors Featured Print

Allison V-1710-7 (V-1710-C4), V-12 Engine, 1936. Creator: General Motors

In early 1930, Allison manager N. H. Gilman sketched a design for a 559 kW (750-hp), 12-cylinder engine that would incorporate high-temperature glycol cooling and a turbosupercharger. The U.S. Navy contracted with Allison to supply the engine (known as the V-1710-A) for use on its airships. Originally known for modified Liberty engines and developing propeller reduction gears, this was the first of Allison's own engines. Two years later the Army ordered a modified, more powerful version; redesigned during development and reintroduced in 1936 as the V-1710-C6. Allison built more than 47,000 V-1710s in 57 versions. During World War II they powered various models of the Lockheed P-38, Curtiss P-40, Bell P-39 and P-63, and North American P-51. This artifact was the first Allison V-1710 engine to be flown. The Army Air Corps bought it in 1936 and flew it for 300 hours in the Consolidated XA-11A attack aircraft.

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Missile, Surface-to-Air, Lark, 1944. Creator: Convair
Missile, Surface-to-Air, Lark, 1944. Creator: Convair
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Binoculars, Friendship 7, 1962. Creator: Hensoldt-Wetzlar
Binoculars, Friendship 7, 1962. Creator: Hensoldt-Wetzlar
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Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Continental Hyper I-1430-11, Inverted V-12 Engine, 1942
Continental Hyper I-1430-11, Inverted V-12 Engine, 1942
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Camera, Leica, Spectrographic, 35mm, Glenn, Friendship 7, ca. 1962. Creator: Leica
Camera, Leica, Spectrographic, 35mm, Glenn, Friendship 7, ca. 1962. Creator: Leica
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Sterling (Sunbeam) Cossack, V-12 Engine, 1917. Creator: Sterling Engine Company
Sterling (Sunbeam) Cossack, V-12 Engine, 1917. Creator: Sterling Engine Company
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Penetrometer, Lunar Self Recording (LSRP), Apollo, 1970s. Creator: NASA
Penetrometer, Lunar Self Recording (LSRP), Apollo, 1970s. Creator: NASA
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Plotter, Drift, ca. 1918. Creator: CP Goerz
Plotter, Drift, ca. 1918. Creator: CP Goerz
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Camera, Stereo 35mm, Lunar Surface, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Kodak
Camera, Stereo 35mm, Lunar Surface, Apollo, 1970s. Creator: Kodak
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Bombsight, French. Creator: Unknown
Bombsight, French. Creator: Unknown
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Command and Service Modules, Apollo #105, ASTP Mockup, 1960s
Command and Service Modules, Apollo #105, ASTP Mockup, 1960s
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Curtiss Robin J-1 Deluxe, 1928-1930. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Curtiss Robin J-1 Deluxe, 1928-1930. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
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Curtiss Robin J-1 Deluxe, 1928-1930. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company Featured Print

Curtiss Robin J-1 Deluxe, 1928-1930. Creator: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company

108E. Three-seat light cabin monoplane. The Key brothers set an endurance record of 653 hours and 34 minutes, June 4-July 1, 1935 in the Robin. Wright J-6-5 engine. High-wing, tailwheel design. In 1935, this Curtiss Robin established a world record for sustained flight, using air-to-air refueling. After two unsucessful attempts the year before, Fred and Algene Key took Ole Miss up from Meridian, Mississippi on June 4 and did not touch the ground again until July 1, for a total time in the air of 653 hours and 34 minutes, or 27 days. During the flight, the Keys received fuel and supplies 432 times from another aircraft. They braved severe thunderstorms and an electrical fire in the cabin before returning to a safe landing in Meridian. The Curtiss Robin series was produced in the late 1920s and early 1930s as a 3-plane general aviation aircraft. Ole Miss varies from a typical Curtiss Robin by virtue of modifications made for the flight, including a new fuel tank, engine servicing catwalk, and a sliding top hatch for receiving supplies in flight.

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Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Roberts 4X In-line 4 Engine, 1912. Creator: Roberts Motor Company
Roberts 4X In-line 4 Engine, 1912. Creator: Roberts Motor Company
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Ford 5-AT Tri-Motor, 1928. Creator: Stout Metal Airplane
Ford 5-AT Tri-Motor, 1928. Creator: Stout Metal Airplane
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Wittman Special 20 'Buster', 1947. Creator: Steve Wittman
Wittman Special 20 "Buster", 1947. Creator: Steve Wittman
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Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII, V-12 Engine, Circa 1917-1922. Creator: Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII, V-12 Engine, Circa 1917-1922. Creator: Rolls-Royce
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Balloon Basket, USMC, World War I, 1910s. Creator: Unknown
Balloon Basket, USMC, World War I, 1910s. Creator: Unknown
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Douglas DC-3, ca. 1930s. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
Douglas DC-3, ca. 1930s. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
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Beacon and Tower, Airway. Creator: Unknown
Beacon and Tower, Airway. Creator: Unknown
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Clerget 9 A Diesel, Radial 9 Engine, ca. 1928. Creator: Panhard-Levassor
Clerget 9 A Diesel, Radial 9 Engine, ca. 1928. Creator: Panhard-Levassor
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Camera, 35mm, Glenn, Friendship 7, ca. 1962. Creator: Minolta
Camera, 35mm, Glenn, Friendship 7, ca. 1962. Creator: Minolta
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Junkers Jumo 207 D-V2 In-line 6 Diesel Engine, ca. World War II. Creator: Junkers
Junkers Jumo 207 D-V2 In-line 6 Diesel Engine, ca. World War II. Creator: Junkers
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Capsule, Mercury, MA-6, 1962. Creator: McDonnell Aircraft Corp
Capsule, Mercury, MA-6, 1962. Creator: McDonnell Aircraft Corp
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Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co Featured Print

Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co

In the mid-1940s, Boeing engineers conducted research to become familiar with gas turbines, but it became apparent that the research engines were significant in themselves. First engine run was the 667 N (150 lb) thrust Model 500 turbojet, closely followed by the 119 kw (160 shp) Model 502 turboprop. Because no applications materialized for the turbojet, efforts were focused on the Model 502, initially developed as a turboprop and later as the more widely used turboshaft engine, first delivered in 1949. In late-1951, a Model 502 powered Kaman K-225 helicopter became the world's first gas turbine-powered helicopter, and, in late-1952, a Model 502 powered Cessna XL-19B Bird Dog became the world's first turboprop-powered light aircraft. By the mid-1960s, significant power and reliability improvements produced the Model 502-10VC, the first U.S. turbine engine in the 149 to 224 kw (200 to 300 shp) range to receive an approved 150-hour qualification. This artifact powered the Gyrodyne QH-50C (DSN-3) drone helicopter.

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Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet, 1943. Creator: Boeing-Stearman
Boeing-Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet, 1943. Creator: Boeing-Stearman
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Bleriot XI, 1914. Creator: Bleriot Aeronautique
Bleriot XI, 1914. Creator: Bleriot Aeronautique
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Curtiss Ricardo R-6, In-line 6 Engine, ca. 1921. Creator
Curtiss Ricardo R-6, In-line 6 Engine, ca. 1921. Creator
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Curtiss C-4 or D-4, In-line 4 Engine, ca. 1907. Creator
Curtiss C-4 or D-4, In-line 4 Engine, ca. 1907. Creator
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Lockheed Vega 5B flown by Amelia Earhart, 1927-1929. Creator
Lockheed Vega 5B flown by Amelia Earhart, 1927-1929. Creator
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Douglas D-558-2, ca. 1950s. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
Douglas D-558-2, ca. 1950s. Creator: Douglas Aircraft Company
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Beechcraft 35 Bonanza, 1947-1981. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
Beechcraft 35 Bonanza, 1947-1981. Creator: Beech Aircraft Corporation
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Rocket Engine, Liquid Fuel, Apollo Lunar Module Descent Engine, 1966
Rocket Engine, Liquid Fuel, Apollo Lunar Module Descent Engine, 1966
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Whittle W.1X Turbojet Engine, 1941. Creator: Power Jets
Whittle W.1X Turbojet Engine, 1941. Creator: Power Jets
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Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Rolls-Royce Merlin R.M. 14S.M. Mk 100 V-12 Engine, 1944. Creator: Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce Merlin R.M. 14S.M. Mk 100 V-12 Engine, 1944. Creator: Rolls-Royce
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Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero Fighter) Model 52 ZEKE, 1943
Mitsubishi A6M5 Reisen (Zero Fighter) Model 52 ZEKE, 1943
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