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A NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center DC-8 jetliner pilot prepares to land on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Jan. 31, 2018. The DC-8 pilot flew more than 40 hours over the skies of Europe for the bio-fuel test.
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A NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center DC-8 jetliner co-pilot prepares to land on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Jan. 31, 2018. The co-pilot briefly took control of the plane, so the pilot could coordinate the landing with the control tower.
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Adam Webster, NASA Armstrong flight research center mission director, monitors contrail emissions and flight patterns midflight Jan. 31, 2018. Webster aided in finding aircraft that were in the area so his pilots could request to monitor their emissions from behind.
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Lyn Lohberger, NASA Armstrong flight research center safety technician, checks diagnostics of the aircraft midflight, Jan. 31, 2018. Lohberger is a contractor for NASA and has been employed by them for 11 years.
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NASA and German Aerospace scientists meet on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Jan. 31, 2018, before their last few biofuel testing flights. The scientists met every morning before a flight to discuss weather conditions and mission objectives.
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Maintainers from The German Aerospace Center prepare the Advanced Technology Research Aircraft Airbus A320 (D-ATRA), on Ramstein Air Base, Germany for a day of bio-fuel testing. The A320 is the latest and largest addition to the DLR’s research fleet.
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NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center, DC-8 jetliner, sits on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, waiting to take flight over Europe. The DC-8 is used to gather data to support international scientific experiments.
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NASA maintainers check fuses on the Armstrong Flight Research Center, DC-8 jetliner before takeoff. NASA travels with their on maintainers to help support whatever the required mission is.
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