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8ft x 6ft Supersonic Wind Tunnel Test-Section showing changes made in Stainless Steel walls with 17 inch inlet model installation. The model is the ACN Nozzle model used for aircraft engines. The Supersonic Wind Tunnel is located in the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now John H. Glenn Research Center.

x Supersonic Wind Tunnel Test-Section. The Supersonic Wind Tunnel is located in the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now John H. Glenn Research Center.

Gorgeous Black-and-White Photos of Vintage NASA Facilities – Brain Pickings

Gorgeous Black-and-White Vintage Photos of Early NASA Facilities

A model of the Lockheed model hangs in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel, he world's first aeroelastic testing tunnel

Figure 8-3.

The Space Flight Operations Facility central control room at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Ground Control

1943

NASA researcher testing rocket fuels and lubricants. (August Staff testing chemical properties of fuels and lubricants at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory in Cleveland Ohio, now known as John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field.

Scientist observing laboratory equipment in a metallurgy laboratory

Scientist observing laboratory equipment in a metallurgy laboratory

Study of effect of twin-jet exhausts inclined toward the ground in simulation of take-off conditions for certain engine installations. Such an engine installation is useful for decreasing the takeoff distance of aircraft. This is one of many problems of operation under study at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, now known as John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, Cleveland, Ohio.

absurdonio: “ Study of effect of twin-jet exhausts inclined toward the ground in simulation of take-off conditions for certain engine installations. Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, of the National.

NACA Aircraft in hangar 1953: L-R: Three D-558-2s, D-558-1, B-47, wing of YF-84A | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The aircraft in this 1953 photo of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) hangar at South Base of Edwards Air Force Base showed the wide range of research activities being undertaken.

Engine Research Building Wind Tunnels

Engine Research Building Wind Tunnels

Spacecraft Propulsion Research Fa

Spacecraft Propulsion Research Fa

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