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Take a Chilling 360-Degree Tour of NASA’s Glacier-Spying PlaneYOU KNOW THE space agency best for the way it uses probes, landers, telescopes, and satellites to show you worlds beyond your own, but the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has plenty of tools for taking a close look at Earth, too. (www.wired.com) More...
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Wired spelled "hanger" wrong. A hanger is what you hang you coat on, a hangar is where you park an airplane.
Nice catch frank..I too am guilty as charged.
Had no problem with the website or navigating the 3D views of the Orion and the hangar, but we've got heavy pop-up and malware blockers. The pics are like Google Street-View with the ability to move around. Be sure to check out the 'View Dollhouse' setting for a bird's-eye view.
Thanks Andrew...had my pop up blocker turned on and had a great tour of the plane and hanger...
Well that escalated quickly.
This article is so full of pop-ups and spam autolinks you can't even get to it - fleebag source (wired) that is left-leaning anyway. But leave it to the current administration (finally leaving, thank God) to use taxpayer funded assets to push his agenda on global warming. Keeping tabs on the glaciers is nothing but media fodder to talk about how bad we all are for putting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. But yet he and his husband/wife fly all over the place constantly in their 'private' 747-200 on vacation to go play golf somewhere or go out to dinner.