Экспериментальный летательный аппарат Martin Marietta X-24B (США) https://apral.ru/2017/08/25/eksperimentalnyj-letatelnyj-apparat-martin-marietta-x-24b-ssha.html  В середине 1971 года специалисты NASA завершили испытания экспериментального летательного аппарата Martin Marietta X-24A. Выполнив 28 тестовых полета, летчики-испытатели успели определить все основные особенности оригинальной машины, а ученые собрали большой объем научных данных. Вскоре после завершения испытаний было принято…

Экспериментальный летательный аппарат Martin Marietta X-24B (США) https://apral.ru/2017/08/25/eksperimentalnyj-letatelnyj-apparat-martin-marietta-x-24b-ssha.html В середине 1971 года специалисты NASA завершили испытания экспериментального летательного аппарата Martin Marietta X-24A. Выполнив 28 тестовых полета, летчики-испытатели успели определить все основные особенности оригинальной машины, а ученые собрали большой объем научных данных. Вскоре после завершения испытаний было принято…

Martin Marietta X-24B

Martin Marietta X-24B

Prehnite with Babingtonite, Martin Marietta Hickory Quarry, Catawba Co., NC

Prehnite with Babingtonite, Martin Marietta Hickory Quarry, Catawba Co.

X-24B - The X-24B made two precise landings on the main concrete runway at Edwards which showed that accurate unpowered reentry vehicle landings were operationally feasible. Pilots on these missions would fly steep descents and then perform a "flare out" maneuver at high speeds to make a 200 mph landing. These missions represented the final milestone in a program that helped write the flight plan for the NASA Space Shuttle program. source: Wikipedia

NASAThe was one of a group of lifting bodies flown from 1963 to The was flown 28 times in the program that validated the concept that a Space Shuttle vehicle could be landed unpowered. This image was taken Sep.

X-24 Martin Aircraft X-24 lifting body spacecraft The X-24 - flight without wings In the 1960's the US Air Force and NASA joined forces to experiment with aircraft that did not have wings, but instead had a wide flat fuselage often known as a "lifting body". The lift that is required to keep an aeroplane in the air was generated by air flowing over the body of the airplane, instead of by wings.

Martin Marietta lifting body spacecraft The - flight without wings In…

Martin Marietta X-24B

Martin Marietta X-24B

Martin Marietta sand plant receives Sentinels of Safety award #construction

Martin Marietta sand plant receives Sentinels of Safety award

martin marietta x 24 image, 4684 kB - Lieven Waite

martin marietta x 24 image, 4684 kB - Lieven Waite

The AQM-127 Supersonic Low-Altitude Target (SLAT) was a target drone developed during the 1980s by Martin Marietta for use by the United States Navy. Derived from Martin Marietta's work on the cancelled ASALM missile, SLAT proved to have severe difficulties in flight testing, and the project was cancelled during 1991.

The AQM-127 Supersonic Low-Altitude Target (SLAT) was a target drone developed during the 1980s by Martin Marietta for use by the United States Navy. Derived from Martin Marietta's work on the cancelled ASALM missile, SLAT proved to have severe difficulties in flight testing, and the project was cancelled during 1991.

Prior to launch, Lockheed Martin (then Martin Marietta) employee Charles Bennett painted this acrylic watercolor painting of a Viking lander on the surface of Mars. Image Credit: Lockheed Martin

Prior to launch, Lockheed Martin (then Martin Marietta) employee Charles Bennett painted this acrylic watercolor painting of a Viking lander on the surface of Mars.

Martin Marietta SM-68A/HGM-25A Titan I - SpaceRef

Martin Marietta Titan I - SpaceRef

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