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Originally posted by Exuberant1
reply to post by tristar
Where did you find that image?
If you don't mind me asking.
u2u if you want.
Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by JimObergSo who's gonna order this image through FOIA.
FOIA not necessary... but a deep pocket is
Re: NASA image STS61C-31-2
I got the negative too late to take it last night, but will deliver it this afternoon.
Still Photo & Video Librarian / Researcher
Media Resource Center
NASA Johnson Space Center
Bldg. 423 / AP32 / JIMMS
2101 NASA Parkway
Houston, TX 77058
This is the original 70mm negative
Bay Area Imaging wrote:
> Please notify Jody Russell at the Media Resource Center to pull that negative so she can bring it over to me. If you would please call us with your credit card information so we can get started on your order, I will also keep you up to date when Jody delivers the neg to me and when I can have this all mailed out to you.
> The price for the scan is: $65.00 unless you want to keep the scan at 150Mb for: $49.95.
> 1- 11x14 print on semi-gloss: $25.00
> 1 - CD: $ 4.49
> Shipping & Handling: $16.00
> Total: $110.49 plus tax (unless you live outside of Texas)
I thinks this will look great on the wall..
Caption "NASA SAYS - "Space Debris"
Seriously though I hope a 600 DPI scan will show some details
Originally posted by LSWONE
That would look great on the wall!
I should walk over to the Dryden building and see if they can identify it. LOL!
Originally posted by zorgon
But here there is a similar version. Notice any difference?
Aurora being refueled by a KC-135 tanker flanked by two F-111's. The picture was taken in 1995 over Cornwall, England.
However this picture is known to be a hoax and was made for a UK magazine called 'Astronomy Now'. It was captioned 'A simulation of the refuelling of the top secret 'Aurora''
The following four images were found on a Chinese website and forwarded to us for possible identification. Please send in any pertinent information...
IN NOVEMBER 1988 a decade of secrecy was lifted from one of the most enigmatic aircraft projects of all time: the Lockheed F-117A stealth fighter. In the 10 years since the program was officially announced by the Carter administration, numerous reports have been published in both the technical and popular media about the aircraft. Now that the program has moved out of the "black" (secrecy) realm, it is possible to review the reports on the project, assess their accuracy, and discuss whether or not they compromised the aircraft's technology or operational capabilities.
Originally posted by tristar
Do you notice anything familiar with the Stealth and its media mechanics in comparison with the Aurora. ?
A report in a June 1981 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology regarding bomber proposals mentioned some interesting facts about the stealth fighter. The report mentioned that the Lockheed demonstrator was currently flying against Soviet equipment, presumably in Nevada. The aircraft were described as physically "rounded." A Pentagon official, who was not named, described the technology as working "better than we have a right to expect." The article also made reference to a fighter-sized stealth aircraft designed by Northrop that was expected to have its first flight "soon."22