12 - The Final Frontier

(Part 1)

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The Space Shuttle Enterprise

1976 Enterprise
The space shuttle Enterprise was released by its Boeing 747 carrier aircraft to make unpowered approach and landing tests of the space shuttle design's aerodynamic qualities.
[Photo: NASA]

1976 Enterprise
The space shuttle Enterprise was flown by two 2-man crews: Gordon Fullerton & Fred Haise (left) and Joseph Engle & Richard Truly (right).
[Photo: NASA]

1976 Enterprise
The space shuttle Enterprise was presented to the National Air and Space Museum in 1985.
[Photo: National Air & Space Museum,
Smithsonian Institution]

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