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The NASA Dryden Photo Collection has been relocated..
This archive contains digitized photos, movies, and drawings of many of the unique research aircraft flown from the 1940s to the present at what is now known as the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.
    Historical Photo Collection No longer supported.     2508 JPEG images in multiple resolutions
    Movie Collection What's new!     400 QuickTime movies in multiple resolutions
    Graphics Collection       Over 157 graphics and line drawings in GIF and EPS formats
Slide Shows feature the best photos of various aircraft.
Featured movie collections can be accessed with Flash Player.
Fact Sheets about Dryden projects and aircraft are available in both html and pdf formats.
Technical Reports Server lets you search and retrieve Dryden bibliographic information and report abstracts by year.
Flight Research Projects provides an overview of the wide range of research activities at Dryden.
WWW Home Page is the starting point for the Dryden website.

Other Image Archive Sites
NASA Image eXchange (NIX) NIX is a web-based tool for simultaneously searching several NASA image archives on the Internet. NIX currently searches databases of over 300,000 on-line NASA images.
NASA Multimedia Gallery A collection links to most of NASA on-line video, audio, and photo imagery currently available on-line.
NASA Photo Gallery A collection links to most of NASA still photo imagery currently available on-line.
National Air and Space Museum - Smithsonian Institution The NASM was established to memorialize the development of aviation and space flight; collect, preserve, and display aeronautical equipment; and provide educational material for study of aviation.
National Museum of the United States Air Force The United States Air Force Museum near Dayton, Ohio is the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. The Museum uses both chronological and subjective layouts to tell the exciting story of aviation development from the days of the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk to the Space Age. Exhibits include over 250 aircraft and missiles, plus family oriented and historically interesting aeronautical displays.
Edwards Air Force Base Flight Test Center Gallery Home Page The activities which have occurred at Edwards AFB have stirred the world's imagination since 1942 when the dry lake was chosen for the testing of America's first jet aircraft, the XP-59A. All aircraft in the modern USAF inventory, as well as many that didn't make the cut, have undergone rigorous testing at the Center. The gallery presents a pictorial tour of the aircraft, people, testing and facilities which have made the Flight Test Center what it is today.

Last Modified: April 9, 2008
Responsible NASA Official: Marty Curry
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