Archive for November, 2014

AirWingMedia in Houston for Orion EFT-1 Mission

Posted on November 26th, 2014 · Posted in Aviation News

AirWingMedia traveled to the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston to participate in NASA’s Social program to observe the December 5, 2014 unmanned test flight of NASA’s Orion spacecraft on a Delta IV launch vehicle. What we saw at the NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory Apollo Era Mission..
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AirWingMedia at Armstrong Flight Research Center

Posted on November 25th, 2014 · Posted in Aviation News

November 18 and 19, 2014, AirWingMedia attended a NASA Social event at the Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California. There we learned all the things NASA is doing to push the frontier of faster, safer, and more fuel efficient aeronautics technologies. NASA Aeronautics Research Contributions to..
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NASA tests prototype twin-fuselage glider for satellite launches

Posted on November 5th, 2014 · Posted in Aviation News

NASA has successfully flight-tested a prototype twin-fuselage towed glider that could lead to rockets being launched from pilotless aircraft at high altitudes – a technology application that could significantly reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of sending small satellites into space. The first flights of the one-third-scale twin fuselage..
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Veteran flies Spitfire for first time since WWII

Posted on November 4th, 2014 · Posted in Gun Camera Videos

He’s 91-years-old and was last in a Spitfire when it came down behind enemy lines during the Second World War. Jimmy Taylor flew with 16 Squadron as a strategic reconnissance pilot but in 1944 he was captured by the Gestapo. 69-years later and he’s been at Goodwood aerodrome in West..
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