Author: Rick |
March 13, 2012 |
In: Aircraft, High-Res, NASA, Russia
Category: Aircraft, High-Res, NASA, Russia
Too bad the Concorde is no more
ahh, in the days when the cost of oil wasn't such a big deal…….
Concorde is cool and all, but I'd rather see another Eliza Dushku post. But that's just me…
I got a funny post for tomorrow of dirty girls that I put some serious time into, like 75 chicks, I think you'll like it
Who is #22
Patricia Ford. Swimsuit/Playboy model from the 90's.
#12 we need a post of aircraft with canards. maybe some ladies thrown in too
Dr. Venture's X1?
Was this made seperate of the concord, or was it stolen from the concord?
stolen like a lot of the major designs of the Russians like the Shuttle
a stupid fucking cunt.
No, this aircraft was up and flying before the Concord was.
rather less successful than Concorde – from Wikipedia:
"The Tu-144 suffered a crash in 1973 at the Paris Air Show, delaying its development. The aircraft was introduced into passenger service on 1 November 1977, almost two years after the Concorde. In May 1978, another Tu-144 (an improved version, named Tu-144D) crashed in a test flight while being delivered, and the passenger fleet was permanently grounded after only 55 scheduled flights. The aircraft remained in use as a cargo plane until 1983, by which point a total of 102 commercial flights had been completed. The Tu-144 was later used by the Soviet space programme to train pilots of the Buran spacecraft, and by NASA for supersonic research."
Eliza Dushku for the WIN!
necesidad de comprobar:)
Its like you read my mind! You seem to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you can do with a few pics to drive the mesasge home a bit, but instead of that, this is great blog. A great read. I will definitely be back.
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