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Apr 9

the jaw-dropping art of Christophe GIBELIN

SNCASO DEVER, Fana de l’Aviation n°437 Avril 2009, Aéro Artbook Editions Paquet 2009”

Apr 9

the jaw-dropping art of Christophe GIBELIN

Convair B-58 Hustler, Fana de l’Aviation Hors Série n°50, Décembre 2012”

Nathan C. Price, Lockheed Corporation
Application: October 12th 1949
(other patents here, here, here, here)

Nathan C. Price, Lockheed Corporation
Application: October 12th 1949
(other patents here, here, here, here)

Homer F. Streib, inventor (via)

Homer F. Streib, inventor (via)

Charles A. Neumann, inventor (via)

Charles A. Neumann, inventor (via)

the patents of René Couzinet

the patents of René Couzinet

Rene Couzinet And His Brother Alexander Developing A Flying Saucer.”(Photo by Maurice Jarnoux/Paris Match via Getty Images)
Date created: 19 July 1956” (via and via)

"23rd October 1950: An artist’s impression of the ectoplat, a six foot flying saucer made from a new type of plastic for an exhibition during the Festival of Britain.” (via)

"23rd October 1950: An artist’s impression of the ectoplat, a six foot flying saucer made from a new type of plastic for an exhibition during the Festival of Britain.” (via)

stills from “..a Russian film showing a space rocket being launched from an aircraft, 1957” (via and via)

stills from “..a Russian film showing a space rocket being launched from an aircraft, 1957” (via and via)

"Quartet of fleet F-94 all weather jet fighters leaving foaming white wake as they maneuver high over Thule Air Base. (Photo by George Silk//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

"Quartet of fleet F-94 all weather jet fighters leaving foaming white wake as they maneuver high over Thule Air Base. (Photo by George Silk//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

the Leduc 0.21, 1953 (via)

the Leduc 0.21, 1953 (via)

the Heinkel VJ 101A6 tiltjet concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957.

(via, other concepts can be viewed via the AIAA V/STOL archives)

the Heinkel VJ 101A6 tiltjet concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957.

(via, other concepts can be viewed via the AIAA V/STOL archives)

the Focke-Wulf Fw 860 tailsitter concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957.

image via the legendary Josef Gatial, diagram via the AIAA V/STOL archives

(see also: The Grumman Nutcracker)

the Focke-Wulf Fw 860 tailsitter concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957.

image via the legendary Josef Gatial, diagram via the AIAA V/STOL archives

(see also: The Grumman Nutcracker)

the Messerschmitt Me X1-21 tailsitter concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957. 

(via, other concepts can be viewed via the AIAA V/STOL archives)

the Messerschmitt Me X1-21 tailsitter concept - designed to meet the requirements of West Germany’s Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (BMVg, “Ministry of Defense”) for a high-altitude supersonic fighter-interceptor in 1957.

(via, other concepts can be viewed via the AIAA V/STOL archives)

the Dornier Do 29 experimental short takeoff and landing aircraft, circa 1958 (via)

the Dornier Do 29 experimental short takeoff and landing aircraft, circa 1958 (via)