That thing can't fly. It is too big.

But proved it they did. They showed me that it did fly.

This is an aircraft form the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) Stationed here in El Paso, Texas. The transportation of oversized cargo has always been a tremendous problem for logistics planners in government and private industry. The physical limitations of railroad tunnels, narrow roads, low bridges, and power lines make overland shipment of such cargo extremely problematic, if not impossible. NASA's Super Guppy offers a practical and economical solution to these problems.

Uploaded on 08.17.2017 by Cathedral High School

Eastside / El Paso Int'l Airport, (2010 - 2019), Aviation

  • Guppy, NASA Airplane, Astronauts, Aircraft

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