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Business Aviation Stands With Las Vegas 2017

By: Category: Events

NBAA’s annual Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) always represents the gathering of a large and diverse community to demonstrate the industry’s strength, as well as its resilience against numerous challenges. That theme carried added poignancy at the Opening General Session of NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas, just nine days following the shooting that claimed 58 lives, and injured nearly 500 others.

”As we stand in Las Vegas, we’re aware that not only is it a pro-business place with great infrastructure and great energy, but we also see that is a city of remarkable strength, remarkable selflessness, remarkable compassion,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. ”Las Vegas is resilient. And we’re very proud be here at such an important time.”

Bolen then introduced ...

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Dr.Sky and Photorecon Fly Aboard NASA’s SOFIA Aircraft

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For the longest time, mankind has reached for the stars by building larger and larger telescopes to peer out into the vast unknown! The major problem for all telescope designs is being able to cut through the Earth’s thick atmosphere and still acquire quality image of faint celestial objects.

In the early part of the 20th century, astronomers in California built some of the largest telescopes known. Two examples of this are the 100 inch Hooker telescope that sits atop Mt. Wilson in Los Angeles County – the largest telescope in the world from 1917 to 1949 – until another great telescope, the impressive 200 inch, Mt. Palomar telescope, came online...

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Joe (photorecon) Finally gets the A-380 in flight

By: Category: Road tripsUncategorized

Was out at LAX  and got the A-380 twice today 8:00 am and 10:00am same day both on 24rt @LAX. more to come on the LA visit.

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