CLEARANCE: Above Top Secret
- Apr 2, 2006
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Again, Hesham, no NASA here at all.
these are, again, not 'engines', but model supportshesham said:Hi,
NASA twin engined fighter of 1987.
Here is the NASA EEA (Energy Effcient Aircraft).hesham said:Hi,
We can speak about NASA projects which was never built.
During the end of 1970s,NASA had launched a program for Energy Efficient Aircraft,
a joint NASA/US industry research and development project to reduce by 50 per cent
the fuel consumption of future generation civil transport aircraft,the project was
for airliner aircraft powered by four rear mounted engines (look like Vickers VC-10),
I have a picture for the model but I can't send it.
Uhm this link is broken or not available anymore, anyone have another "version" ? (I'm trying to figure out WHY there is a "pizza-delivery" UAV )hesham said:Hi,
You are right my dear Stargazer,Stargazer2006 said:Nice! I could be wrong, but the "Emergency Car" and all related pictures have a Hiller feel to them... artwork, lettering, fuselage design.
Watching the MV-22 land at AHS was awesome. Watching it leave was just as spectacular.fightingirish said:See from 7min 54s (474s) on. NASA Noise reduction and Heavy Lift Helicopter concepts.
It was meant to be four different pictures. I've corrected the mistake.Stargazer2006 said:Graham, you posted the same pic twice. Did you mean for four different pics to be posted, or were there only three?