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A- 26 Invader in motion - Squadron/Signal 1134 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Squadron/Signal guides Серия: airplane 134 Название: A-26 Invader in motion Язык: English Год издания: 1993 Количество страниц: forty nine ISBN: 0-89747-296-9 Формат: pdf Размер: 10.8 mb eighty five
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Louis would be the ideal place to launch the Prize . It was a logical choice of location. After all, St. Louis was where Charles Lindbergh raised the money to build his aircraft, it was home to the McDonnell Douglas Corporation which built the Mercury and Gemini capsules, and St. Louis is historically known as the Gateway for early exploration of the West . Diamandis met with Al Kerth, head of the St. Louis community’s Civic Progress Organization, who was quickly convinced of the potential of the X-Prize, suggesting they find 100 St.
3) that the chances of being selected were slim and flights were few and far between. Lichtenberg’s account didn’t go down well with Diamandis, who decided he would find a different way to get into space. 3 Peter Diamandis enjoying parabolic flight. Courtesy: Peter Diamandis Richard Branson 25 book. Lindbergh’s book gave Diamandis the inspiration he needed to create the X-Prize (the “X” stood for the name of the benefactor who remained nonexistent for a long time), figuring that, if it worked for Lindbergh, it could work for spaceflight.
Exiting the capsule, the cosmonauts found themselves in chest-deep powder snow and a temperature of −7°C. Since they weren’t absolutely sure if they had landed in China, they destroyed classified documents before radioing the rescue team, which confirmed they were in the Soviet Union, near the town of Aleysk. A day later, the crew4 was airlifted out. THE LEGACY OF SPACESHIPONE: MANNED SUBORBITAL FLIGHTS 6, 7, AND 8 Fast forward to 4 October 2004,5 36 years after the end of the X-15 program. A remarkable event is taking place at Mojave Airport, a sprawling test center in the California desert.