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N941NA — - NASA's lone B-377SG Super Guppy lands at KEFD on 3/8/2021 from Wichita
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NASA's lone B-377SG Super Guppy lands at KEFD on 3/8/2021 from Wichita

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Betty Goss
You could wonder how such a shape of a plane could even get off the ground! - HA!
mike prendergast
Fantastic shot Brendan!
John Giambone
Great Pic!
Alan Hume
Yes Betty, those puny wings and props appear to be totally inadequate for such bulk. But perhaps the shape of the body itself also provides lift.
Dennis Surek
Hard to look at.
skylab72
Naah, she's pretty in her own way. In addition to the lift from the body itself, those slim engines produce significantly more power than the old radials. Ol941 is noticeably more agile in the ait than any stock B377 with 4460s.
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