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Cecraft developed by NASA from and what it was like to flyA uniue Haynes Manual providing fascinating technical insight into the development and use of rocket planes focusing on the iconic X which carried out much of the development work for the Apollo and Space Shuttle space programmes As of July the X still holds the world record for the highest speed ever attained by a manned aircraft at mph Mach The X was flown by a band of elite test pilots including the first man to walk on the Moon Neil Armstrong The X made flights between and several of which were above the line considered to be the arbitrary altitude where space begins The engaging text extensively illustrated with period photographs and technical illustrations explains how the vehicle worked what it pioneered for future applications in conventional aircraft and manned spacecraft developed by NASA from and what it was like to fly. My favourite airplane Drop the auxiliary fuel tanks at 65000 ft then 4 G's for over a minute in the climb and the pilot praying for the engine to stop

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