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Remarks: NASA 926 arrives at mildenhall from lajes.
Remarks: NASA 926 arrives at mildenhall from lajes.it departed the next day bound for souda bay.
Remarks: 'NASA 926' WB-57F makes a final approach into RAF Mildenhall in lovely winter light.
Remarks: "NASA 928" lining up runway 15 for departure. What a strange, but great looking aircraft!!
Remarks: Martin WB-57F Longwing Canberra N928NA on the ramp in front of the NASA Langley Research Center hangar. This aircraft was previously 63-13298 when with the USAF and 52-1536 as an RB-57F prior to conversion.
Remarks: A very rare one to my eyes, landed at 21L at Nellis
Remarks: My first photo on the internet, luckly on a beautiful airplane, it was a great surprise!
Remarks: Landing late afternoon at Mildenhall at the start of it's 2007 deployment - it's third in three years. Most of the aircraft's external markings have been removed.
Remarks: NASA Flight 928 did several large loops cruising at FL490 collecting scientific data on the air around. She can be seen her crossing paths with the moon as it exits the holding pattern beginning her decent for Ellington Field. Photo Taken from North Austin.
Remarks: NASA 926 about to depart mildenhall after a few weeks deployment.destination was Lajes,sure to have better weather than in England.
Remarks: Overflying BHX at 45700ft going northbound.
Remarks: There's only two of these, and it's just crazy to have at least one here at Lajes. The other one was here a year ago.
Remarks: Very Very Rare Aircraft in Lajes! I Love This Plane!
Remarks: Landed rwy15. These type of A/C are used for atmospheric research and for monitoring Space Shuttle takeoff and landing.
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