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The Theseus prototype research aircraft shows off its high aspect-ratio wing in this rear view of the aircraft as it takes off on its first test flight from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. The Theseus aircraft, built and operated by Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation, Manassas, Virginia, was a unique aircraft flown at what was then NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, under a cooperative agreement between NASA and Aurora. Dryden hosted the Theseus program, providing hangar space and range safety for flight testing. Aurora Flight Sciences was responsible for the actual flight testing, vehicle flight safety, and operation of the aircraft.
Imag3 #: SPD-NIX-EC96-43591-2
Date: May 24, 1996
NASA Armstrong, AFRC
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The Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti, internationally recognized for the photography projects that went viral around the world, the Wine Project and the “O” Project, which together add up to 1 billion views around the world, returns with a new project, this time a tribute to more one of his passions, diving. In partnership with the…