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Stones tower rest, travel vacation.

Stones stacked river, backgrounds textures.

Stones stone tower beach, travel vacation.

Leaning tower pisa italy, architecture buildings.

Sea times bundle, travel vacation.

To Wm. T. Barry. Esq. No. II. Sir-- Few men in the state of your age and standing have exhibited so little stability of character and so complete a devotion to schemes of self- aggrandizement as you have. From your profession to-day, it is impos

Government discovers method to preserve movie film indefinitely. Washington, D.C., July 8. People living in the year 2000 will be able to see and hear today's history in the making through experiments on preserving movie film now being conducted by the National Bureau of Standards. The experts at the bureau recently completed "accelerated aging tests in which films in six months went through the effects of 50 years' storage in a cool dark room. These tests showed that cellulose, or explosive film, would last from 50 to 100 years. The new Safety or Acetate film "may be preserved for longer periods." Unofficially, the experts put the figure at several hundred years. The following set of pictures were made at the Bureau of Standards and the National Archives Building. (1) Accelerated aging, The stability of the films is tested similarly to paper. They are heated in this oven at 100 [degrees] C and tested for loss of flexibility and for evidences of chemical decomposition. Arnold Soorne, of the Bureau Staff, is picture making the test

Production. War housing trailers. A complete side assembly of a war housing trailer is set in place and secured at the Los Angeles plant of Western Trailer Company. At this stage, the trailer chassis is held on jacks to give stability and to make fitting of sections fast and accurate

XV-3 HOVERING ON RAMP. Flight Test of Bell XV-3 Convertiplane. Bell VTOL tilt-rotor aircraft hovering along side Hangar One at Moffett Field. The XV-3 design combined a helicopter rotor and a wing. A 450 horsepower Pratt & Whitney piston engine drove the two rotors. The XV-3, first flown in 1955 , was the first tilt-rotor to achieve 100% tilting of rotors. The vehicle was underpowered, however, and could not hover out of ground effect. Note the large ventral fin, which was added to imrpove directional stability in cruse (Oct 1962) ARC-1959-A-25685-14

XV-3 HOVERING ON RAMP. Flight Test of Bell XV-3 Convertiplane. Bell VTOL tilt-rotor aircraft hovering in front of building N-211 at Moffett Field. The XV-3 design combined a helicopter rotor and a wing. A 450 horsepower Pratt & Whitney piston engine drove the two rotors. The XV-3, first flown in 1955 , was the first tilt-rotor to achieve 100% tilting of rotors. The vehicle was underpowered, however, and could not hover out of ground effect. Note the large ventral fin, which was added to imrpove directional stability in cruse (Oct 1962) ARC-1959-AC-25685

Shadowgraph: Gemini capsule flight stability study ARC-1963-A-31214

DURING APPROACH. OGEE Wing Planform on modified F5D-1 SkylancerAirplane Flight Tests. 'Flow Visualization Photographs'. In landing approach trials at Moffett Field, vapor trails are generated by low pressure in votex flow near wing leading edge on upper wing surface. Studies were undertaken in efforts to determine if there were adverse effects of vortex flow on the dynamic stability of the aircraft. ARC-1964-AC-33500-2

XV-3 in Ames Reseach Center 40x80ft wind tunnel; Rotor dynamic stability tests ARC-1966-A-37006-6

Bell XV-3 Convertiplane in Ames Reseach Center 40x80ft subsonic wind tunnel; Rotor dynamic stability tests ARC-1966-A-37006-5

XV-3 in Ames Reseach Center 40x80ft wind tunnel; Rotor dynamic stability tests ARC-1966-A-37006-12

MSC Space Shuttle Model stability and control characteristics test in 9x7ft w.t. (test number not available) ARC-1970-AC70-4712

MSC Space Shuttle Stability and Control Characteristics. Schlieren of a Hollow Tube in 6ft. W.T. Test-66-503 Approximate Mach 1.2 ARC-1971-AC71-4074

MSC Space Shuttle Stability and Control Characteristics. Schlieren of North American Rockwell Straight Wing orbiter approximate Mach .95 ARC-1971-AC71-4075

MSC Space Shuttle Stability and Control Characteristics. Schlieren of North American Rockwell Straight Wing orbiter approximate Mach .95 6ft w.t. Test-66-503 ARC-1971-AC71-4076

MSC Space Shuttle Stability and Control Characteristics. Schlieren of North American Rockwell Straight Wing orbiter approximate Mach .95 6ft w.t. test-66-503 ARC-1971-AC71-4077

STABILITY VALVE MODEL TEST STAND

STABILITY VALVE MODEL TEST STAND

STABILITY VALVE

STABILITY VALVE

STABILITY VALVE

STABILITY VALVE

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STABILITY VALVE

STABILITY VALVE

STABILITY VALVE HARDWARE

STABILITY VALVE HARDWARE

STABILITY VALVE HARDWARE

STABILITY VALVE HARDWARE

STABILITY VALVE HARDWARE

JET FUEL THERMAL STABILITY WORKSHOP

JET FUEL THERMAL STABILITY WORKSHOP

JET FUEL THERMAL STABILITY WORKSHOP

UTRC THERMAL STABILITY TEST APPARATUS

UTRC THERMAL STABILITY TEST APPARATUS

Operation Ski Jump was the test launching of a Marine Corps YAV-8B Harrier aircraft from a ramp. In this view a truck is being used to test the stability of the ramp that was built by Bridge Co., 8th Engineering Support Bn., 2nd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C

FUEL THERMAL STABILITY STUDY PHOTOMICROGRAPHS

FLAME QUENCHING AND STABILITY STUDY

A raft, equipped with a blast bag in the bottom for added stability, is tested in the downwash of a CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

S47-203-019 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PLC Lee sets up experiment

S47-201-004 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PS Mohri sets up experiment

S47-201-002 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PS Mohri sets up experiment

S47-204-006 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PS Mohri performs experiment

S47-201-003 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PS Mohri sets up experiment

S47-201-001 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PS Mohri sets up experiment

A left side view of an F-4 Phantom II aircraft carrying a Target Drone Utility (TDU) for testing the stability and control of targets, in flight over the Pacific Missile Test Center Range

Left side view of the Lockheed model 286 utility helicopter in inverted flight displaying its capability for performing loops and rolls. These capabilities and other aerobatic maneuvers demonstrate the stability and control offered by the rigid rotor system of the model 286 which resembles closely the military XH-51A helicopter

A member of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) Support Equipment section aligns chains on a load-tester pulley. The tester is used to check the stability of aircraft jacks

An air-to-air left side view of two F-16XL Fighting Falcon aircraft in formation while undergoing stability and control testing

Marine Corps Air Station. Using K-Loaders, airbags are placed under each wing of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft to provide stability as the aircraft is moved to a new parking area for eventual repair. The aircraft was damaged when it slid off the runway after landing on the airfield

Using K-loaders, airbags are placed under each wing of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft to provide stability as the aircraft is moved to a new parking area for eventual repair. The aircraft was damaged when it slid off the runway after landing on the airfield

Aboard a PBR Mark 2 riverine patrol boat, a cameraman grasps the flag mast for stability as he attempts to film while the boat is underway. The patrol boat is among the Navy assets being used to provide security for US-flagged shipping in the gulf

In a maneuver of speed and stability, with its 120mm main gun and special armor, a tank crew from the 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division demonstrates the M1A1 Abrams tank and its ability to close with and destroy the enemy on the integrated battlefield during Operation Ocean Venture 92

STS-47 Payload Specialist Mohri conducts visual stability experiment in SLJ

STS057-231-016 - STS-057 - Crewmember in the SPACEHAB at work on physical stability and dexterity exp.

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