Lenticular vehicles known as unreferenceables interalia nonreferenceables as far back as the 1960s were on NASA drawing boards at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, USA. Report: http://unwantedpublicity.media.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx

Lenticular vehicles known as unreferenceables interalia nonreferenceables as far back as the 1960s were on NASA drawing boards at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, USA. Report: http://unwantedpublicity.media.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx

Trump budget would ax 2 climate missions led by NASA Langley - Daily Press

Trump budget would ax 2 climate missions led by NASA Langley - Daily Press

nasa_langley If visitors had trouble trying to find NASA's Langley Research Center before, they won't now - thanks to a new structure outside our main entrance. Read the article via the link in our bio. #nasameatball 2017/06/07 04:21:32

nasa_langley If visitors had trouble trying to find NASA's Langley Research Center before, they won't now - thanks to a new structure outside our main entrance. Read the article via the link in our bio. #nasameatball 2017/06/07 04:21:32

nasa_langley @nasa_langley Hall of Honor member Katherine Johnson meets an intern she inspired after today's induction ceremony @hiddenfiguresmovie #nasalangley100 NASA Langley Research Center 2017/06/02 03:55:59

nasa_langley @nasa_langley Hall of Honor member Katherine Johnson meets an intern she inspired after today's induction ceremony @hiddenfiguresmovie #nasalangley100 NASA Langley Research Center 2017/06/02 03:55:59

Thomas Byrdsong Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center On March 2 1963 Engineer Thomas Byrdsong checks the Apollo/Saturn 1B Ground-wind-loads model in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel at Langley Research Center in Hampton Virginia. February 16 2017

Thomas Byrdsong, Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center

Thomas Byrdsong Aerospace Engineer at NASA Langley Research Center On March 2 1963 Engineer Thomas Byrdsong checks the Apollo/Saturn 1B Ground-wind-loads model in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel at Langley Research Center in Hampton Virginia. February 16 2017

nasa_langley The NASA Langley Hall of Honor recognized its second class of inductees June 1 that included researchers who helped change the course history in aviation, space exploration, science – and even race relations. Read the article via the link in our bio. #nasalangley100  2017/06/03 04:43:05

nasa_langley The NASA Langley Hall of Honor recognized its second class of inductees June 1 that included researchers who helped change the course history in aviation, space exploration, science – and even race relations. Read the article via the link in our bio. #nasalangley100 2017/06/03 04:43:05

Omg!!! Had an amazing #virtualfieldtrip today with Dr. Long from @nasa_langley The kids were enthralled! . . #iteachtoo #teach8th #iteach7th #iteachmiddleschool #iteachsocialstudies #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #teachers #tea

Omg!!! Had an amazing #virtualfieldtrip today with Dr. Long from @nasa_langley The kids were enthralled! . . #iteachtoo #teach8th #iteach7th #iteachmiddleschool #iteachsocialstudies #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #teachers #tea

Virginia Air & Space Center  NASA Langley Visitor Center in Hampton

Virginia Air & Space Center NASA Langley Visitor Center in Hampton

A group of researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center — the "bug team" — recently ran several flight tests of coatings that may one day reduce the amount of bug contamination on the wings of commercial aircraft. Over the course of a few days, the bug team put the coatings through a series of real-deal takeoffs and landings on NASA Langley's HU-25C Falcon aircraft.

Researchers to Flying Insects: 'Bug Off!'

A group of researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center — the "bug team" — recently ran several flight tests of coatings that may one day reduce the amount of bug contamination on the wings of commercial aircraft. Over the course of a few days, the bug team put the coatings through a series of real-deal takeoffs and landings on NASA Langley's HU-25C Falcon aircraft.

Katherine Johnson at NASA Langley Research Center NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson is photographed at her desk at Langley Research Center. Born on Aug. 26 1918 in White Sulphur Springs WV Johnson worked at Langley from 1953 until her retirement in 1986 making critical technical contributions which included calculating the trajectory of Alan Shepard's historic 1961 flight. August 26 2016

Katherine Johnson at NASA Langley Research Center

Katherine Johnson at NASA Langley Research Center NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson is photographed at her desk at Langley Research Center. Born on Aug. 26 1918 in White Sulphur Springs WV Johnson worked at Langley from 1953 until her retirement in 1986 making critical technical contributions which included calculating the trajectory of Alan Shepard's historic 1961 flight. August 26 2016

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