Refueling – I assume that red line on there is to keep you lined up with the boom?
Anyone out there that can confirm that? Originally shared by +Stephane Duciel Et glou… Et glou… Et glou…  
29 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
This is either what aircraft graveyard operators do when they are board or its some kind of organized escape
This is either what aircraft graveyard operators do when they are board or its some kind of organized escape.  
28 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Well that's just a great photo
Originally shared by +Avineesh Suppiah – Full HD Aviation Check out this photo my Dad's friend took for Boeing!  
28 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Ahhhhhhhhhhh
Ahhhhhhhhhhh……..  
28 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
#supermoon #eclipse  
28 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Far from an Astrophotographer, this new lens makes me think i should invest in a better tripod
Handheld – Quick Snap Shot…. Converted to B&W +Nikon USA AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR  
27 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Share photos with NASADuring Sunday’s
Originally shared by +NASA During Sunday’s #SuperBloodMoon, snap a picture and share it with us in our photo contest! Details and information here: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/129931407474/super-blood-moon-photo-contest  
27 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
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26 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Hanging a rudder on a B767.
You your rudder falls off this is what you will need to fix it…. Originally shared by +Fred Robel Hanging a rudder on a B767. The guys in the other hangar are busy today. #aviation #aircraft #airplane #boeing  
26 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Shrapnel from an exploded star
Originally shared by +Michael Interbartolo Not long before the dawn of recorded human history, our distant ancestors would have witnessed what appeared to be a bright new star briefly blazing in the northern sky, rivaling the glow of our moon. In fact, it was the titanic detonation of a bloated star much more massive than our sun. Now, thousands of years later, the expanding remnant of that blast can be seen as the Cygnus Loop, a donut-shaped nebula that is six times the apparent diameter of the full moon.Full details http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2015/29/  
26 Sep 2015 in G+ Posts, by