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Martin WB-57 (N926NA) - NASA926 returns from a Airborne Chemical and Climate Impact Project mission decked out in an array of superpods and spearpods, and extra antenna for various scientific research purposes.
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Martin WB-57 (N926NA)

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NASA926 returns from a Airborne Chemical and Climate Impact Project mission decked out in an array of superpods and spearpods, and extra antenna for various scientific research purposes.

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Philip Goldsby
Fantastic photo.
Mike Whetstone
Great photo of a true high-flyer!
adelma
All 'business' - special business! Not much left of an original B-57
ken kemper
Wonderful !!
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