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Have the remains of Amelia Earharts plane been discovered?

Have the remains of Amelia Earharts plane been discovered?

Some 75 years after Amelia Earhart’s plane disappeared, a new discovery on the bottom of the ocean points to where the aviator may have crashed — and died. (via tighar.org) A debris field videotaped in the waters off Nikumaroro Island could include remnants of the aviator’s plane — the latest batch of evidence in what has been an ongoing search for clues (see the most notable Earhart discoveries from the last 75 years).
How NASA plans to top the Mars Curiosity voyage

How NASA plans to top the Mars Curiosity voyage

The rover’s near-miraculous mission has rekindled excitement about the space program. Here’s where we might be going next The stunning landing of the Mars rover Curiosity and the images it beamed home have renewed public fascination with the U.S. space program. President Obama even put in a personal call to the control room at NASA’s Jet Propulsion […]

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Curiosity Rover tweets from Mars

Curiosity Rover tweets from Mars

Last week NASA successfully landed a rover named “Curiosity” on Mars, and created a twitter account.  This is NASA’s official Twitter account for the rover, and it will be tweeting it’s daily missions and will keep the world posted on it’s objectives on the red planet.  Check out some of the tweets from the rover […]
Future Of Flight?

Future Of Flight?

On August 8, 2012, this aircraft flew for the first time, at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California.  Called the “X-48C,” this is a scale model of of a heavy-lift, subsonic aircraft that has a blended-wing body. During its first flight, the remotely piloted plane flew for nine minutes […]

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First Autonomous Flight for Boeing Phantom Eye is a Success

First Autonomous Flight for Boeing Phantom Eye is a Success

  The Boeing Phantom Eye unmanned airborne system or UAS is a high-altitude, long endurance air vehicle optimized to remain aloft up to four days at a 65,000-foot altitude. It successfully completed its first flight of 28 minute on June 1, 2012, at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California. After […]
Inside A Space Station

Inside A Space Station

Check out this insider look at  the Space Station. The YouTube video was sent to us by a Flight Journal fan!

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A Flight Journal Photo Tour of Oshkosh

A Flight Journal Photo Tour of Oshkosh

Basically, there are only two kinds of people in the aviation community: those who have been to the annual aerial orgy in Wisconsin known as Oshkosh (aka AirVenture) and those who want to go but haven’t. Unfortunately, the “wannagos” greatly outnumber the “beentheres.” So, as a public service to those who are getting tired of […]
Oshkosh: Aviation’s “Wild Kingdom”

Oshkosh: Aviation’s “Wild Kingdom”

This impressive video of the last week’s EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin looks at the legendary airshow from the perspective of a nature documentary. If you like airplanes, we promise that this clip will make your day! Thank you to Aero-TV for producing and posting this gem.

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Curiosity’s Mission To Mars

Curiosity’s Mission To Mars

PASADENA, Calif. – Earlier today, just hours after NASA’s Curiosity rover landed on Mars, a select group of images taken by the onboard Mars Descent Imager, or MARDI, were beamed back to Earth. The 297 color, low-resolution images, provide a glimpse of the rover’s descent into Gale Crater. They are a preview of the approximately […]
Google Honors Amelia Earhart

Google Honors Amelia Earhart

Today, Google honored Amelia Earhart, by making today’s Google Doodle an image of Earhart and her plane.  Today marks the 115th birthday of the first women pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean by herself. From HuffingtonPost: In 2012, one type of search for Amelia Earhart is getting results. Google on July 24 paid tribute the […]
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