Nature, Our Greatest Teacher : Bird Hitches a Ride On Another Bird, Just Like A Space Shuttle On A Plane
Nature is our greatest teacher : Bird hitches a ride on another bird, a similar scene that might have inspired NASA scientists in the past.
The scene looks like a set up between NASA’s Space Shuttle Orbiter taking a ride atop a Space Shuttle Carrier Aircraft.
NASA used two Boeing 747s to transport Space Shuttle Orbiters from landing sites back to launch complex.
An amazing footage of a seagull catching a ride on another seagull mid-flight recently went viral as the scene were reminiscents of NASA’s Space Shuttle Orbiters taking atop a Space Shuttle Carrier Aircraft.
The 9-seconds carpet ride shows one of the bird seagull flying, while the other stood on its back. As the birds lift up further, the seagull below nips at the rider, causing the lazy bird to fly off on its own.
As earlier said, the scene looks like a set up between NASA’s Space Shuttle Orbiter taking a ride atop a Space Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. A similar scene not caught on cameras might have inspired NASA scientists in the past.
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NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, flew two modified Boeing 747 jetliners, originally manufactured for commercial use, as Space Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCAs).
The two SCAs were used to ferry Space Shuttle Orbiters from landing sites back to the launch complex at the Kennedy Space Center and also to and from other locations too distant for the orbiters to be delivered by ground transportation.
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