NASA is uploading Aerospace Videos on YouTube and its own Website

NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center is uploading videos of rare flight tests, launch test and landing footage to its own website and on YouTube as part of a continued effort to better open access to NASA’s archives, and to help public inform about the types of research and record-setting milestones the agency achieves each year across various fields of aerospace engineering.

The videos include the assembly of the D-558 Skystreak aircraft back in 1947 to a 1991 takeoff of a Lockheed Martin SR-71 stealth jet to hypersonic test flights of the unmanned NASA X-43A in 2004. It also includes “Controlled Impact Demonstration” video in which NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration flew a Boeing 720 jet into a device that tore its wings off, resulting in a giant explosion and an hour-long fire.
Now it is on YouTube, so it is easily accessible and for those who live flights, aerospace history will enjoy them.Here are links:
Official Website: Armstrong Video Gallery
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