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NASA - Dryden Flight Research Center - News Room: News Releases: 1994
November 24, 2004
 
 

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Updated Tue Jun 4 16:35:00 PDT 2002

Date: Nov 22, 1994 Number: 94-20
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Flight Terminated, Vehicle Damaged
 
Date: Oct. 19, 1994 Number: 94-19
Ken Iliff: Chief Scientist at NASA Site
 
Date: Oct. 17, 1994 Number: 94-18
NASA Energy Conservation Earns Rebate
 
Date: Oct. 4, 1994 Number: 94-17
NASA Transfers Technology To Surgical Instrument
 
Date: Sept. 26, 1994 Number: 94-16
Discovery Ferry Flight to Florida Begins
 
Date: Sept. 16, 1994 Number: 94-15
Runway Resurfacing Starts Following CV-990 Tests
 
Date: Aug. 26, 1994 Number: 94-14
NASA to use Russian Supersonic Airliner for Flight Tests
 
Date: August 10, 1994 Number: 94-13
X-31 Sets New Flight Record for Experimental Aircraft
 
Date: July 8, 1994 Number: 94-10
NASA Dryden Birthplace of Apollo Training Vehicle
 
Date: June 22, 1994 Number: 94-8
Composite Panel Loads Tests to Begin Soon
 
Date: March 17, 1994 Number: 94-6
NASA's Range Control Marks Milestone Number
 
Date: January 28, 1994 Number: 94-3
NASA Dryden Retires F-104s
 
Date: Jan. 21, 1994 Number: 94-2
NASA Schedules SR-71 Flights Over SouthWest

 

 

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