Proposed Boeing Dyna-Soar capsule separation and wind tunnel testing prior to the launch of DS-1 Dyna-Soar in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1958 Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Scale model tests of proposed Boeing Dyna-Soar in the United States. Views of the earth showing the flight path of the Dyna-Soar and a launching at Cape Canaveral. A table-top model of Boeing proposed Dyna-Soar airborne vehicle with multi-stage rockets on a launch pad and gantry towers. A flight capsule and a crew accommodations display board and a scale model of proposed Boeing Dyna-Soar turning on a pedestal in the foreground. A drawing shows the proposed cockpit configuration for the Boeing Dyna-Soar vehicle. A man in a pressure suit seated in the cockpit of full scale mockup of the Boeing proposed Dyna-Soar. A drawing shows various stages of proposed capsule separation. Wind tunnel capsule separation test using scale models. Boeing Dyna-Soar wind tunnel model being held by a technician. The technician places the Boeing model in the Arnold engineering hot shot tunnel. Views of the model of Boeing Dyna-Soar under a bank of quartz lamps during a structural heat test. The model nose cone is heated by multi-gas jet device. A Boeing DS-1 model enters the wind tunnel. A drawing shows general arrangement of the DS-1 Dyna-Soar booster and glider. Full scale mockup of Boeing DS-1 glider mockup on display.
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