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Honeywell’s Boeing 757 Flight Test Aircraft Touches Down at the Paris Ai...
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Honeywell’s Boeing 757 Flight Test Aircraft Touches Down at the Paris Air Show – AINtv
Lunar Landing Research Vehicle
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Lunar Landing Research Vehicle Image Gallery
The @RollsRoyce test bed for the flight test of carbon-titanium fan blades on Trent 1000 engine
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CFM Marks 40th Anniversary With Leap-1 Flight Test | Commercial Aviation content from Aviation Week
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LEAP 1C First Fly - October/09/2014
Breaking News! Pratt & Whitney PW1217G Engine Makes First Flight
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Video of the first 5 engines flying Boeing 747 SP - Pratt and Whitney Test bed aircraft
The only surviving N-9, from the Planes of Fame museum. It served as a test bed for concepts used in the XB-35, YB-49, and eventually, the B-2 bomber.
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NASA Dryden Flight Loads engineer William Lokos monitors a wing loading test of NASA G-III 804 during recent testing in support of the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge, or ACTE, project.
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NASA%u2019s aeronautics research focuses on substantially reducing fuel consumption, emissions and noise -- to make the Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NextGen, a reality. We also are tackling emerging global challenges facing aviation in the coming decades. Here NASA Dryden Flight Loads engineer William Lokos monitors a wing loading test of NASA G-III 804 during recent testing in support of the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge, or ACTE, project.
NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, has received major upgrades to its telescope control and avionics systems that will significantly improve their efficiency and operability. The upgrades enhance the pointing and tracking capabilities of the observatory's telesco...