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Photo Description: The modified Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic flying laboratory touches down and deploys a trio of drag chutes following a test flight at the Zhukovsky Air Development Center near Moscow, Russia, in July 1997. Project Description: NASA teamed with
TU-144LL EC98-44749-7: Tu-144LL SST Flying …
A Tupolev Tu-144D supersonic jetliner is framed by the drooped nose and forward fuselage of the Tu-144LL supersonic flying laboratory at the Zhukovsky Air Development Center near Moscow, Russia, in 1998. Project Description: NASA teamed with American
Tupolev Tu-144 : The Soviets’ doomed rival to Concorde …
Soviet rival, the Tupolev Tu-144, was one of civil aviation’s biggest failures. Style Origins NASA Tupolev briefly tinkered with the idea of a successor, called Tu-244, but never actually
My Daily Kona: When NASA Flew the TU-144
The Tupolev Tu-144 was a supersonic airliner that was first introduced by the Soviet Union in December 1968. However, in the 1990s, NASA worked with the plane’s manufacturers to develop a new variant of the jet – the Tu-144LL. The Tupolev Tu-144LL taking off from the Zhukovsky Air Development Center near Moscow, Russia, 1998.
TU-144LL EC96-43859-2: Russian Tu-144LL SST Joint …
NASA teamed with American and Russian aerospace industries for an extended period in a joint international research program featuring the Russian-built Tu-144LL supersonic aircraft. The object of the program was to develop technologies for a proposed future second-generation supersonic airliner to be developed in the 21st Century.
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Sep 29, 2017 – With just 55 completed flights and two fatal crashes, Concorde’s Soviet rival, the Tupolev Tu-144, was one of civil aviation’s biggest failures.
TU-144 SST : FLOTA DE AEROFLOT Y TUPOLEV/NASA : …
En 1996 avión re-registrado como RA-77114 para Tupolev/NASA. Repintado en 2019 con la librea original de Aeroflot y el antiguo registro CCCP-77114. Vuelo Final 14 de abril de 1999 : Zhukovski – Zhukovski (último vuelo de un Tu-144). Horas de Vuelo Totales
1973 Paris Air Show Tu-144 crash
The 1973 Paris Air Show Tu-144 crash was the destruction of the second production Tupolev Tu-144 at Goussainville, Val-d’Oise, France, which killed all six crew and eight people on the ground. The crash, at the Paris Air Show on Sunday, 3 June 1973, damaged the development program of the Tupolev Tu-144…
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ツポレフ Tu-144（ツポレフ144，ソ連のツポレフ設計局で設計・製造された超音速輸送機 (SST) である。 NATOコードネームでは「チャージャー (Charger)」と名付けられた。しかしTu-144はその外観がコンコルドに非常に似たもので
Airframe Profile: NASA Tu-144LL Supersonic Flying …
· The aircraft flown in NASA’s research program was a “D” model and was the last Tu-144 built. Bearing tail number 77114, it was constructed in 1981 and had logged a total flight time of only 82 hours and 40 minutes, most of that for research and test purposes, before being selected for the NASA-sponsored program.
NASA Report HASA/TM-2000-209850 “A Qualitative Piloted Evaluation of the Tupolev TU-144 Supersonic Transport”, dated Feb 2000 with 47 pages. A report on data gathered during six flights of a TU-144LL (re-engined with the engines used in the TU-160 bomber) during 1996-7.
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