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X-29 - in flight
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Two X-29 aircraft, featuring one of the most unusual designs in aviation history, were flown at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., as technology demonstrators to investigate a host of advanced concepts and technologies.
This 23 second clip begins with a camera pan from the aircraft's right rear quarter forward as the X-29 flies along in a near-stall maneuver.
|Keywords||X-29; NASA; Ames-Dryden Flight Research Facility; Dryden Flight Research Center; composites; variable camber; forward-swept wing; supercritical airfoil; strake; canard; fly-by-wire; vortex flow control; General Electric; F404-GE-400; spin chute|