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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA; ) is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and space research.

NASA was established in 1958, succeeding the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The new agency was to have a distinctly civilian orientation, encouraging peaceful applications in space science. Since its establishment, most US space exploration efforts have been led by NASA, including the Apollo Moon landing missions, the Skylab space station, and later the Space Shuttle. NASA is supporting the International Space Station and is overseeing the development of the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System, and Commercial Crew vehicles. The agency is also responsible for the Launch Services Program, which provides oversight of launch operations and countdown management for uncrewed NASA launches.

NASA science is focused on better understanding Earth through the Earth Observing System; advancing heliophysics through the efforts of the Science Mission Directorate's Heliophysics Research Program; exploring bodies throughout the Solar System with advanced robotic spacecraft such as New Horizons; and researching astrophysics topics, such as the Big Bang, through the Great Observatories and associated programs.

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Navy  (Contract NOY-5604  SNVL 1689) NAS Airstation Moffett Field, broadside view of Hanger 2 from middle of landing mat.   Moffett Field Public Works Serial 1621 - Earl W. Heple & J. H. Pomeroy Contractors ARC-1943-A93-0074-7

Navy (Contract NOY-5604 SNVL 1689) NAS Airstation Moffett Field, bro...

Navy (Contract NOY-5604 SNVL 1689) NAS Airstation Moffett Field, broadside view of Hanger 2 from middle of landing mat. Moffett Field Public Works Serial 1621 - Earl W. Heple & J. H. Pomeroy Contractors

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (rockets, bomb and wing) ARC-1943-A-8052

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (roc...

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (rockets, bomb and wing)

Navy   Naval Air Station Moffett Field Public works Serial 1514 - Contract NOy-5604, Earl W. Heple & J.H. Pomeroy contractors NAS Air station Moffett Field, three quarter view of Hanger 2 from North West Corner ARC-1943-A93-0074-8

Navy Naval Air Station Moffett Field Public works Serial 1514 - Cont...

Navy Naval Air Station Moffett Field Public works Serial 1514 - Contract NOy-5604, Earl W. Heple & J.H. Pomeroy contractors NAS Air station Moffett Field, three quarter view of Hanger 2 from North West Corner

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view of entrance cone, blimp in background ARC-1943-AFST-37

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view o...

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view of entrance cone, blimp in background

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invader airplane (rockets, bomb and wing) ARC-1943-A-8051

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invad...

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invader airplane (rockets, bomb and wing)

Ammonia Oxidation Plant at Plum Brook Ordnance Works

Ammonia Oxidation Plant at Plum Brook Ordnance Works

An ammonia oxidation plant at the Plum Brook Ordnance Works near Sandusky, Ohio, which later became the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Plum Brook Station. During World War II the ordnanc... More

Navy  (Contract NOy-5604 SNVL 1691) NAS Air station Moffett Field, overhead view of Hanger 2 and 3 from North West Corner  Moffett Field Public Works Serial 1621 - Earl W. Heple & J. H. Pomeroy Contractors ARC-1943-A93-0074-9

Navy (Contract NOy-5604 SNVL 1691) NAS Air station Moffett Field, ove...

Navy (Contract NOy-5604 SNVL 1691) NAS Air station Moffett Field, overhead view of Hanger 2 and 3 from North West Corner Moffett Field Public Works Serial 1621 - Earl W. Heple & J. H. Pomeroy Contractors

Panarama from Navy air ship dock showing NACA Ames grounds ARC-1943-AAL-4226

Panarama from Navy air ship dock showing NACA Ames grounds ARC-1943-AA...

Panarama from Navy air ship dock showing NACA Ames grounds

Construction of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Construction of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Looking South from inside the diffuser of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at NACA's Ames Research Center. Construction began in late 1941, the mammoth construction task sorely taxing the resources of the new center... More

Construction of the Ring Section of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at NACA Ames.

Construction of the Ring Section of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at NACA...

Looking south at the construction of the test section of the 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. 4 parts of a test section bent seen in the foreground. Airship rising in the background. Don Richey

NACA Photographer 3/4 front view Curtiss C-46 airplane in which the thermal ice-prevention equipment was installed ARC-1943-AAL-3895

NACA Photographer 3/4 front view Curtiss C-46 airplane in which the th...

NACA Photographer 3/4 front view Curtiss C-46 airplane in which the thermal ice-prevention equipment was installed

Full Scale Tunnel Motors Under Construction.

Full Scale Tunnel Motors Under Construction.

(07/07/1943) Construction view from inside the contraction framing of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel with a blimp flying in the background. Don Richey

Construction of  Ames 40x80ft Subsonic Full Sscale Wind Tunnel; Approach to entrance cone looking north. Navy Blimp seen through opening. ARC-1943-AAL-4270

Construction of Ames 40x80ft Subsonic Full Sscale Wind Tunnel; Approa...

Construction of Ames 40x80ft Subsonic Full Sscale Wind Tunnel; Approach to entrance cone looking north. Navy Blimp seen through opening.

North American P-51B tuft studies Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position. ARC-1943-AAL-4274

North American P-51B tuft studies Radiator air scoop with oil and pres...

North American P-51B tuft studies Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position.

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research center 16ft Transonic Wind Tunnel Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position. ARC-1943-AAL-4274A

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research cente...

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research center 16ft Transonic Wind Tunnel Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position.

Administration Building Lobby

Administration Building Lobby

Receptionist Mary Louise Gosney enjoys the new Administration Building at the NACA’s Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory. The Administration Building, which was located near the front entrance to the laboratory... More

Altitude Wind Tunnel Drive Fan being Assembled

Altitude Wind Tunnel Drive Fan being Assembled

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) engineers assembled the Altitude Wind Tunnel’s (AWT) large wooden drive fan inside the hangar at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory. When it was built at ... More

Memphis Belle and Crew Visit the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Memphis Belle and Crew Visit the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Captain Robert Morgan and the rest of the Memphis Belle crew arrive in Cleveland on a rainy July 7, 1943, for three-day publicity visit. This B–17 Flying Fortress had recently become the first U.S. bomber to co... More

Altitude Wind Tunnel Drive Motor Installation

Altitude Wind Tunnel Drive Motor Installation

Construction workers install the drive motor for the Altitude Wind Tunnel (AWT) in the Exhauster Building at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory. The AWT w... More

Navy NAS Sunnyvale, Moffett Field, Cat Altitude 1500ft E.S. East from front gate toward Shenandoah Plaza and Hanger One ARC-1943-A93-0073-9

Navy NAS Sunnyvale, Moffett Field, Cat Altitude 1500ft E.S. East from ...

Navy NAS Sunnyvale, Moffett Field, Cat Altitude 1500ft E.S. East from front gate toward Shenandoah Plaza and Hanger One

Fuels and Lubrication Researcher at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Fuels and Lubrication Researcher at the Aircraft Engine Research Labor...

A researcher at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory studies the fuel ignition process. Improved fuels and lubrication was an area of particular emphasis at... More

XA-39 model mounted for testing in the 7x120ft w.t. at Ames Research Center, California, props spinning. ARC-1943-AAL-4444

XA-39 model mounted for testing in the 7x120ft w.t. at Ames Research C...

XA-39 model mounted for testing in the 7x120ft w.t. at Ames Research Center, California, props spinning.

Construction of the Fan Drive Enclosure of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Construction of the Fan Drive Enclosure of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel ...

Concrete frame enclosing the fan drive bents of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at ames. Once installed, six 40-foot-diameter fans, each powered by a 6000-horsepower electric motor maintained airflow at 230 mph or ... More

Construction of the Ring leading to the Test Section of the Ames 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Construction of the Ring leading to the Test Section of the Ames 40x80...

Looking West at three test section bents in place for the Ames 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. Concrete model scale support visible in the middle. Don Richey

Martin B–26 Marauder at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Martin B–26 Marauder at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

The Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory’s first aircraft, a Martin B–26B Marauder, parked in front of the Flight Research Building in September 1943. The military loaned the B–26B to the National Advisory Commi... More

AERL Baseball Team

AERL Baseball Team

The NACA’s Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory’s baseball team photographed with director Raymond Sharp. The Exchange, which operated the non-profit cafeteria, sponsored several sports teams that participated i... More

NACA Mechanics in an Allison Engine Training Class

NACA Mechanics in an Allison Engine Training Class

The Allison Engine Company's A.G. Covell instructs mechanics from various divisions at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory on the operation of the Allison ... More

Cessna UC–78 Bobcat at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Cessna UC–78 Bobcat at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

The Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory acquired the five-seat Cessna UC–78 in March 1943 to maintain the proficiency of its pilots. The UC–78 was referred to as the “Bamboo Bomber” because of its wooden wings ... More

Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory (with blimps in flight over Moffett runway) ARC-1943-AAL-4799

Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory (with blimps in flight ove...

Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory (with blimps in flight over Moffett runway)

Ames aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory plot looking northeast with blimp in flight over Moffett Naval airstation. ARC-1943-AAL-4802

Ames aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory plot looking northeas...

Ames aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory plot looking northeast with blimp in flight over Moffett Naval airstation.

Aerial View of the Nearly Completed 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames

Aerial View of the Nearly Completed 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames

Aerial view looking North West of the nearly completed 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. Drive and test section exposed. The facility covered 8 acres, and the air circuit was just over 1/2 mile long (2700 feet). Don Richey

Navy L-Ships in formation (Alt. 600) heading south east lower San Francisco Bay ARC-1943-A91-0261-10

Navy L-Ships in formation (Alt. 600) heading south east lower San Fran...

Navy L-Ships in formation (Alt. 600) heading south east lower San Francisco Bay

Ames mechanics working on C-46 airplane in front of hangar ARC-1943-AAL-4952

Ames mechanics working on C-46 airplane in front of hangar ARC-1943-AA...

Ames mechanics working on C-46 airplane in front of hangar

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE NASA Identifier: C-1944-5213

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5385

INSTRUMENTATION IN A-29

INSTRUMENTATION IN A-29

INSTRUMENTATION IN A-29 NASA Identifier: C-1944-4907

IMAGINARY DRAWING OF ROBOT BOMB

IMAGINARY DRAWING OF ROBOT BOMB

IMAGINARY DRAWING OF ROBOT BOMB NASA Identifier: C-1944-5942

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION NASA Identifier: C-1944-4134

INITIATION OF RESEARCH GROUP

INITIATION OF RESEARCH GROUP

INITIATION OF RESEARCH GROUP NASA Identifier: C-1944-7833

Evolution of the Airfoil

Evolution of the Airfoil

Description The historical evolution of airfoil sections, 1908-1944. The last two shapes are low-drag sections designed to have laminar flow over 60 to 70 percent of chord on both the upper and lower surface...... More

SIXTH WAR LOAN POSTERS

SIXTH WAR LOAN POSTERS

SIXTH WAR LOAN POSTERS NASA Identifier: C-1944-7678

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC.

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC.

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC. NASA Identifier: C-1944-3811

RUN #109 FIRST TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN #109 FIRST TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN #109 FIRST TEST ICING OF P-39 NASA Identifier: C-1944-7052

PUBLICITY FOR WIND TUNNEL

PUBLICITY FOR WIND TUNNEL

PUBLICITY FOR WIND TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-7427

COPY OF WIND TUNNEL DRAWING

COPY OF WIND TUNNEL DRAWING

COPY OF WIND TUNNEL DRAWING NASA Identifier: C-1944-5142

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5395

PUBLICITY FOR FLIGHT RESEARCH

PUBLICITY FOR FLIGHT RESEARCH

PUBLICITY FOR FLIGHT RESEARCH NASA Identifier: C-1944-4013

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-4313

Engine on Torque Stand

Engine on Torque Stand

Description (April 15, 1944) Engine on Torque Stand at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory in Cleveland, Ohio, now known as the John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field. Torque is the twisting motion pr... More

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5382

Icing Research Tunnel

Icing Research Tunnel

(C-1944-7052): A Bell P-39 Airacobra fuselage and engine installed in the IRT’s diffuser supported propeller icing tests between 1944 and 1947. ..(October 18, 1944)

Evolution of the Airfoil

Evolution of the Airfoil

The historical evolution of airfoil sections, 1908-1944. The last two shapes are low-drag sections designed to have laminar flow over 60 to 70 percent of chord on both the upper and lower surface...Image # : L-1990-04334

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD NASA Identifier: C-1944-5146

P-47 AIRPLANE

P-47 AIRPLANE

P-47 AIRPLANE NASA Identifier: C-1944-3480

Instrumentation in A-29

Instrumentation in A-29

(March 11, 1944) Recording high altitude flight data in a flying laboratory at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Cleveland, Ohio, now known as the John ... More

TWO VIEWS OF TEST ENGINE

TWO VIEWS OF TEST ENGINE

TWO VIEWS OF TEST ENGINE NASA Identifier: C-1944-5497

PUBLICITY FROM AMES LABORATORY

PUBLICITY FROM AMES LABORATORY

PUBLICITY FROM AMES LABORATORY NASA Identifier: C-1944-4238

Instrumentation in B-29

Instrumentation in B-29

Description (May 1, 1944) Recording high altitude flight data in a flying laboratory at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Cleveland, Ohio, now known as ... More

Wind Tunnel View

Wind Tunnel View

Full Description: View taken facing southeast, showing scaffolding for refrigerant line construction to west end of tunnel, and application of insulation material on throat section - May 5, 1944...UID: SPD-GRIN... More

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-5312

HANGAR

HANGAR

HANGAR NASA Identifier: C-1944-4806

COPY OF BOND DRIVE POSTER

COPY OF BOND DRIVE POSTER

COPY OF BOND DRIVE POSTER NASA Identifier: C-1944-5143

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL

XP-59 AIRPLANE IN WIND TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-4312

GLEE CLUB

GLEE CLUB

GLEE CLUB NASA Identifier: C-1944-7027

MUSTANG P-51-B MODEL

MUSTANG P-51-B MODEL

MUSTANG P-51-B MODEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-3643

FIRST SMOKER AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY AERL AT CLEVELAND OHIO ON MARCH 2 1944

FIRST SMOKER AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY AERL AT CLEVEL...

FIRST SMOKER AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY AERL AT CLEVELAND OHIO ON MARCH 2 1944 NASA Identifier: C-1945-13567

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL

ICE FORMATION ICING RESEARCH TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-5317

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39 NASA Identifier: C-1944-7064

PUBLICITY - WIND TUNNEL

PUBLICITY - WIND TUNNEL

PUBLICITY - WIND TUNNEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-3393

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION

BOMBER AIRPLANE NAMING DEDICATION NASA Identifier: C-1944-4132

Sikorsky HNS-1 (YR-4B)

Sikorsky HNS-1 (YR-4B)

One of Langley's Sikorsky YR-4B/HNS-1 helicopters is seen in the 30 x 60 Full Scale Tunnel. The technician is setting up camera equipment for stopped-action rotor-blade photos. Sikorsky built hundreds of R-4 he... More

Early smoker meeting

Early smoker meeting

(March 2, 1944) Early "smoker" meeting at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory at Cleveland, Ohio, now known as the John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field, on March 2, 1944. Edward R. Sharp developed t... More

DOUGLAS XTB2D-1 MODEL

DOUGLAS XTB2D-1 MODEL

DOUGLAS XTB2D-1 MODEL NASA Identifier: C-1944-8060

B-29 VIEWS

B-29 VIEWS

B-29 VIEWS NASA Identifier: C-1944-5491

Northrop P-61C, Black Widow, Fighter, In-flight Photo ARC-1944-A96-0022-22

Northrop P-61C, Black Widow, Fighter, In-flight Photo ARC-1944-A96-002...

Northrop P-61C, Black Widow, Fighter, In-flight Photo

ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL (AWT) PUBLICITY WITH MODEL INTERIOR THROAT SECTION

ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL (AWT) PUBLICITY WITH MODEL INTERIOR THROAT SECTIO...

ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL (AWT) PUBLICITY WITH MODEL INTERIOR THROAT SECTION NASA Identifier: C-1944-3993

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39

RUN 109 SECOND TEST ICING OF P-39 NASA Identifier: C-1944-7062

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC.

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC.

PUBLICITY ON METALLURGY SUPERCHARGER, ETC. NASA Identifier: C-1944-3814

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5384

PUBLICITY SCENES FOR 3 LABS WITH IRON VANES AND PROP DRIVE SHAFTS

PUBLICITY SCENES FOR 3 LABS WITH IRON VANES AND PROP DRIVE SHAFTS

PUBLICITY SCENES FOR 3 LABS WITH IRON VANES AND PROP DRIVE SHAFTS NASA Identifier: C-1944-4253

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT NASA Identifier: C-1944-7647

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT

COPIES OF AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT NASA Identifier: C-1944-7650

ICE AFFECTING ENGINE OPERATION ON CARBURETOR

ICE AFFECTING ENGINE OPERATION ON CARBURETOR

ICE AFFECTING ENGINE OPERATION ON CARBURETOR NASA Identifier: C-1944-5690

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5387

Early Rockets: German technicians stack the various stages of the V-2 rocket

Early Rockets: German technicians stack the various stages of the V-2 ...

German technicians stack the various stages of the V-2 rocket in this undated photograph. The team of German engineers and scientists who developed the V-2 came to the United States at the end of World War II a... More

General Hap Arnold Visits AERL

General Hap Arnold Visits AERL

Description: (November 9, 1944) General Henry Harley "Hap" Arnold visits the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Cleveland, Ohio, now known as John H. Glenn Researc... More

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE NASA Identifier: C-1944-4168

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE

CREW AND AND HANGAR PERSONNEL BY AIRPLANE NASA Identifier: C-1944-4169

FARMHOUSE

FARMHOUSE

FARMHOUSE NASA Identifier: C-1944-6227

PUBLICITY ON PIPING

PUBLICITY ON PIPING

PUBLICITY ON PIPING NASA Identifier: C-1944-4974

PUBLICITY PROP VIBRATION TEST

PUBLICITY PROP VIBRATION TEST

PUBLICITY PROP VIBRATION TEST NASA Identifier: C-1944-4425

1 x 3.5-Foot High-Speed Tunnel

1 x 3.5-Foot High-Speed Tunnel

(A-6245): This view of the 1 x 3.5-Foot High-Speed Tunnel’s test chamber shows its test section (L background), controls (R), and portable multi-tube manometer panels with a camera stand in the foreground.

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD

PUBLICITY FOR WRIGHT FIELD NASA Identifier: C-1944-5147

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLE...

WOMEN WORKING AT THE AIRCRAFT ENGINE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AERL) IN CLEVELAND OHIO NASA Identifier: C-1944-5383

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE

GUARD HOUSE AND GATE NASA Identifier: C-1944-5212

PROP TEST HOUSE

PROP TEST HOUSE

PROP TEST HOUSE NASA Identifier: C-1944-5218

VISIT BY ONE OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS' SON

VISIT BY ONE OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS' SON

VISIT BY ONE OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS' SON NASA Identifier: C-1944-5408

B-24D AIRPLANE

B-24D AIRPLANE

B-24D AIRPLANE NASA Identifier: C-1944-6758

Bell P–63A King Cobra at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Bell P–63A King Cobra at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

The Army Air Forces lent the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory a Bell P–63A King Cobra in October 1943 to complement the lab's extensive efforts to improve t... More

Supercharger Research at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Supercharger Research at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

A researcher in the Supercharger Research Division at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory measures the blade thickness on a supercharger. Superchargers wer... More