Front Desk Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

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Columbia atop Boeing 747 SCA, 1979
Photographic Print
2012.999.37
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of Edwards Air Force Base (AFFTC-HO)

March 20, 1979, Space Shuttle Columbia departed from Runway 04 at Edwards Air Force Base on 747-SCA N905NA on its delivery flight to the Kennedy Space Center.

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B-2 flying over Edwards Air Force Base
Photographic Print
2012.999.57.01
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of Edwards Air Force Base (AFFTC-HO)

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Aerial Map of Mojave
Photographic Print
2019.19.03
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of Edwards Air Force Base (AFFTC-HO)

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NASA X-15A-2
Photographic Print
2012.999.58
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of NASA Dryden

The X-15 was air launched from a B-52 aircraft at about 45,000 feet and speeds upward of 500 mph. Rogers Dry Lake adjacent to Edwards and Dryden was the intended landing location for all X-15 flights, but there were numerous emergency lakebeds selected in advance for emergency landings. Many piloted the X-15 aircraft including William J. "Pete" Knight, Joseph A. Walker, and Neil A. Armstrong.

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Bell X-2 Starbuster, c. 1955
Photographic Print
2012.999.54
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of Edwards Air Force Base (AFFTC-HO)

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NASA F-104 Starfighter in-flight, 1971
Photographic Print
2012.999.59
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of NASA Dryden

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Boeing B-52H Stratofortress
Photographic Print
2012.999.56.03
MOAH Permanent Collection
Gift of Edwards Air Force Base (AFFTC-HO)