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NASA's Ikhana aircraft is situated near NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center's Hangar 4802 along with five flight intruders.

Monroe Conner and Carla Thomas

NASA

NASA
Washington, DC, United States

NASA’s Ikhana remotely piloted aircraft (front-right) is situated near NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center’s Hangar 4802 after an Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration into the National Airspace System Flight Test Series 4 flight, along with five flight “intruders.” These intruders, which include NASA’s TG-14 (front-left), T-34C (front-center), B-200 King Air (back-left), Gulfstream-III (back-center) and a Honeywell C-90 King Air (back-right), fly within a pre-determined distance to Ikhana to test Detect-and-Avoid technology during research flights.

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  • Title: NASA's Ikhana aircraft is situated near NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center's Hangar 4802 along with five flight intruders.
  • Creator: Monroe Conner, Carla Thomas
  • Location: NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA
  • Owner: AFRC
  • Album: mconner
  • About Title: To help you find images you’re searching for, previously untitled images have been labelled automatically based on their description

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