Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by martin97, Oct 31, 2005.
I wish I knew just how fast the Blackbird could go.... I bet we would all wet our pants.
Ill take the dozer, and might even accept a back hoe along with it. lol Bet I could get my pond in in no time with that not to mention all the other projects I could come up with.
front and rear cockpit
I guess this might be an indication!
more dozers, I bet the palestinians have bad nightmares!
The Blackbird is soooo bad ass, to bad they're all retired now. The one in those pics is a trainer with a dual cockpit.
Cruising speed was Mach 3.2
An incredible site! good old american know how.
I think NASA still uses a couple. As far as speed goes, cruising speed is mach 3...in our cars it is 70...but we all know we don't cruise wide open, so it would be cool to see the Blackbird opened up
NASA had 2 and one of those was a trainer, but their program ended in 2001. These planes were massively expensive to fly, plus the bonehead government forced Lockheed to destroy all the tooling for these planes long ago.
These things are fascinating - they were built with titanium airframes, and the titanium was bought from the Soviet union" at the height of the Cold War. Alot of effort was expended to keep the Soviets in the dark as to the true purpose of the titanium!
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