Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Indy Transponder 16-OCT-2012 0130z

Red Bull Stratos: Dramatic photos from the supersonic mission from Aerial Sports Feed 

Dramatic Footage from Baumgartner's Suit from Spaceports | The video feed of Felix Baumgartner's record setting jump from the edge of space was viewed by more than seven million people on YouTube alone. The dramatic footage above taken from a camera mounted on Felix Baumgartner's spacesuit shows...

The man behind the jump through the sound barrier  - THE WORLD | Later came the Red Bull Air Race, where pilots fly around obstacles with speed. How much of the Red Bull Air Sports coined, is still seen in the "Hangar 7". This is a futuristic glass palace in the grounds of the airport ...

Felix Baumgartner's Jump Was The Biggest Risk Red Bull Has Ever Taken  - Business Insider | Red Bull has Formula-1 racecars that charge around a track at 200 mph, an air race that features planes zooming around a city's waterfront at 200 knots and a cliff diving series that sends humans hurtling down the sides of mountains. The consequences ...

Jacksonville Sea and Sky Spectacular announced - ActionNewsJax.com | ... Black Diamond Jet Team, F4U-Corsair, F-18 Super Hornet, Legacy Flight, Mike Wiskus, Matt Chapman, Horsemen Fllight Team, F-22 Raptor, Heritage Flight, Michael Goulian, and the U.S. Coast Guard, who will be doing a search and rescue demonstration.

GET READY: Sea & Sky Spectacular returns to the Beaches - Florida Times-Union | The Blue Angels make their final pass in formation to close out the 2009 Jacksonville Sea and Sky Spectacular over Jacksonville Beach.

Slideshow: Stunning helicopter display at Imperial War Museum show - Cambridge News | An air museum's season of shows came to an end in spectacular style this weekend with planes and helicopters filling the skies. The Autumn Air Show at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford presented a thrilling aerodynamic finale to the end of the season.

Catalina's first airshow flies into history - AOPA Pilot | 29 and 30, the weekend of the first Catalina Air Show and Festival commemorating the 100th anniversary of Glenn L. Martin's historic flight to the island on May 10, 1912. On that misty morning, Martin took off in his amphibious biplane from Newport Bay ...

VIDEO. High aerobatics show in Sainte-Maxime - Var-Matin | Unquestionably the event was superb and can only regret that the Patrouille de France, for the final last night, did not receive such a beautiful weather that Saturday. The organizers have had to shorten the festival because of the storm...

Local aviation club to host annual aircraft show - Daily Comet | On Oct. 20, the Bill Fornof Memorial Chapter 513 of the local Experimental Aircraft Association will host its annual Cajun Fly In from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Houma-Terrebonne Airport. The aircraft at the show will be in an open-house setting, meaning ...

Save the dates for the 2012 Wings Over Houston Airshow - The Tribune | Taking place Oct. 27 and 28, this year's event will feature the return of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels to Ellington Airport, as the world-famous aerobatic team once again thrills audiences in Houston. The six-member team will be on hand with their F/A-18 ...

Sound barrier pioneer celebrates 65 years from Air Force Link Top Stories | Retired Brig. Gen. Chuck Yeager, the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound, celebrated the 65th anniversary of his ground breaking event with a re-enactment here Oct. 14. Yeager was serving as a test pilot and flying the experimental Bell X-1 named the, "Glamorous Glennis," Oct. 14, 1947, when he successfully broke the sound barrier. ...

Whatta Man by msgtbuck | Age 89 and the good general goes up to celebrate his aviation first by doin’ it again. Retired United States Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles E. “Chuck” Yeager poses for photographers after returning from his 65th anniversary of breaking the sound barrier flight aboard a 65th Aggressor Squadron F-15D Eagle piloted by Capt. David Vincent...

West Virginia governor declares October ‘General Aviation Appreciation Month’ from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has declared October “General Aviation Appreciation Month.” The proclamation highlights general aviation’s pivotal role in supporting access to medical treatment, commerce and critical services throughout the state. The general aviation industry in West Virginia contributes $616 million to the economy annually...

New film about seaplanes released from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | John Vigran recently completed a short film about seaplanes and flying around the San Francisco Bay Area for his friends at Seaplane Adventures in Mill Valley, California. He sent...

Back in the big Cub from A mile of runway will take you anywhere. by Steve | My favorite Cub returned to service a few weeks ago but I didn't have a chance to take her up until tonight. She has two brand-new metal wings, topped with yellow fabric done in Cathy's impeccable-as-usual handiwork. Gina and I headed down to Stewart after work for a short sightseeing flight. You've got to enjoy our short fall color season when Mother Nature allows!...

Through Airmen's Eyes: Retired Airman recalls first AF flight over North Pole from Air Force Link Top Stories |(Editor's note: This "Through Airmen's Eyes" story is a first-person account of what some aeronautical experts claim is the first airplane flight over the geographical North Pole. The flight took place in 1946, just as the Cold War was beginning...

Unusual formation: U.S. Navy F-18Es and Royal Malaysian Air Force Sukhoi Su-30s. Overflying USS George Washington from David Cenciotti's weblog | Taken in the South China Sea on Oct. 15, the following picture shows a quite unusual formation: two F/A-18Es from VFA-27 “Royal Maces” fly in formation with two Sukhoi Su-30s from the Royal Malaysian Air Force over USS George Washington....

Three astronauts to visit Purdue this weekend - Journal and Courier | The trio of Purdue alumni — Andrew Feustel, David Wolf and Scott Tingle — will also speak at events Friday and Saturday open to the public. Space Day, sponsored by the student outreach group of the same name, allows more than 600 kids from several ...

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

Nice way to decorate your walls. I have never done that. My effort to beautify the walls in my house was to order big-sized canvas prints from wahooart.com, from images of western art. I use the same angel motifs in all of the rooms painted by different painters, such as this one by very interesting English artist Stanley Spencer, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT7K6.