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Langley and the Space Race

Neil Armstrong poses at the Lunar Landig Research Facility at NASA Langley. On July 1969 he would pilot the Lunar Module from Lunar orbit to the surface of the Moon.

Lenticular vehicles known as unreferenceables interalia nonreferenceables as far back as the 1960s were on NASA drawing boards at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, USA. Report: http://unwantedpublicity.media.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx

Lenticular vehicles known as unreferenceables interalia nonreferenceables as far back as the 1960s were on NASA drawing boards at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, USA. Report: http://unwantedpublicity.media.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx

Thomas Byrdsong Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center On March 2 1963 Engineer Thomas Byrdsong checks the Apollo/Saturn 1B Ground-wind-loads model in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel at Langley Research Center in Hampton Virginia.

Thomas Byrdsong, Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center

Thomas Byrdsong Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center Nasa Image of the Day: February 16 2017

Viking Mars Lander Terminal Descent Landing Radar (TDLR) ~ 1971 Ryan-NASA Langley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdZcgZfL73A #Mars #radar #engineering

Viking Mars Lander Terminal Descent Landing Radar (TDLR) ~ 1971 Ryan-NASA Langley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdZcgZfL73A #Mars #radar #engineering

nasa_langley Artwork submissions are coming in from students across the country. Students still have time to enter our 2018 art contest! The contest is open to all children grades K – 12 who are attending public, private, parochial and homeschools in the United States of America. The deadline to enter is midnight EST Dec. 31, 2017. Learn more at: artcontest.larc.nasa.gov Langley Research Center 2017/12/19 01:12:19

nasa_langley Artwork submissions are coming in from students across the country. Students still have time to enter our 2018 art contest! The contest is open to all children grades K – 12 who are attending public, private, parochial and homeschools in the United States of America. The deadline to enter is midnight EST Dec. 31, 2017. Learn more at: artcontest.larc.nasa.gov Langley Research Center 2017/12/19 01:12:19

Sept. 22, 2017 NASA Langley’s Katherine Johnson Computational Research Facility Officially Opens

2017 NASA Langley’s Katherine Johnson Computational Research Facility Officially Opens

https://flic.kr/p/qX1abZ | NASA Langley Magnetic Suspension/Balance System | A shuttle model is magnetically suspended in the transparent hexagonal test section of the MIT/NASA Langley 6 inch MSBS. Massive power supplies are required to drive electromagnets for model position control. A unique electromagnetic position sensor, similar to a linear variable differential transformer, provides five degrees of freedom for the test model. The low speed (Mach 0.5) wind tunnel was hand crafted from…

https://flic.kr/p/qX1abZ | NASA Langley Magnetic Suspension/Balance System | A shuttle model is magnetically suspended in the transparent hexagonal test section of the MIT/NASA Langley 6 inch MSBS. Massive power supplies are required to drive electromagnets for model position control. A unique electromagnetic position sensor, similar to a linear variable differential transformer, provides five degrees of freedom for the test model. The low speed (Mach 0.5) wind tunnel was hand crafted from…

nasa_langley ‘Tis the season. Happy Holidays from NASA Langley Research Center!  #happyholidays #nasa #seasonsgreetings NASA Langley Research Center 2017/12/21 01:37:57

nasa_langley ‘Tis the season. Happy Holidays from NASA Langley Research Center! #happyholidays #nasa #seasonsgreetings NASA Langley Research Center 2017/12/21 01:37:57

Katherine Johnson at NASA Langley Research Center #NASA Image of the day #photograhpy #photooftheday

Katherine Johnson at NASA Langley Research Center

Mathematician Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson was recently awarded the presidential medal of freedom for her work at NASA. Photo by NASA.

UAS Test Site Selection Good News for NASA Langley and Wallops Flight Facility

UAS Test Site Selection Good News for NASA Langley, Wallops

The two centers will work with a team from Virginia Tech to conduct UAS failure mode testing and identify and evaluate operational and technical risks areas.

The QueSST Preliminary Design is the initial design stage of NASA’s planned Low-Boom Flight Demonstration experimental airplane, otherwise known as an X-plane. This future X-plane is one of a series of X-planes envisioned in NASA’s New Aviation Horizons initiative, which aims to reduce fuel use, emissions and noise through innovations in aircraft design that depart from the conventional tube-and-wing aircraft shape. Credits: NASA / Chris Giersch

70 Years of Supersonic Flight: NASA Continues To Break Barriers

X-plane Preliminary Design Model Tests Quiet Supersonic Technology Nasa Image of the Day: September 21 2017

Crash Tests of High-Wing Single Engine Airplanes circa 1970 NASA Langley...

Crash Tests of High-Wing Single Engine Airplanes circa 1981 NASA Langley Research Center

Mathematician Katherine Johnson at Work: NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson is photographed at her desk at Langley Research Center in 1966. Johnson made critical technical contributions during her career of 33 years which included calculating the trajectory of the 1961 flight of Alan Shepard. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Nov. 24 2015.

Mathematician Katherine Johnson at Work

NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson works at her desk at NASA Langley Research Center in

Dec. 29, 2016 A New Home on Mars: NASA Langley’s Icy Concept for Living on the Red Planet

A New Home on Mars: NASA Langley’s Icy Concept for Red Planet Living

NASA& Langley Research Center experts designed Mars Ice Home, an inflatable dwelling enveloped in a shell of water ice, to protect astronauts from radiation.

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