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Ref S03816 : D-558-2 LOX (Liquid OXygen) jettison on ramp
    



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Thème : Aviation-NASA aircrafts-Prototypes

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In this 1956 photograph the Douglas D-558-2 #1 is shown venting liquid oxigen (LOX). The photograph was taken in back of the NACA High-Speed Flight Station’s new hangar and building on the main base at Edwards Air Force Base. The P2B-1S Superfortress (Navy version of the Air Force B-29) launch aircraft is parked in the background. The NACA acquired this aircraft on August 31, 1951, after Douglas had completed the contract flights. The Douglas plant later converted its powerplant to an all-rocket system that required launch from a mothership (the P2B-1S). Douglas returned the aircraft to the NACA on November 15, 1955. The High-Speed Flight Station intended to use it for tests of external stores at supersonic speeds. NACA research pilot John McKay made a single flight in the aircraft on September 17, 1956, but the NACA subsequently cancelled the program.


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