NASA 360 heads to NASA Dryden

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Our crew just retuned from NASA Dryden Flight Research Center in Edwards, California. We had a successful shoot with the folks from the X-48 team. We arrived early in the morning and filmed the sunrise over the mountains. Tom set up the camera on the truck while X-48 team members walked below to the building. We joined the team for morning meeting and soon headed out to the field closely following the X-48 scale model in tow. The lake bed was vast and beautiful. The ground cracked slightly and had a fine powder on top. While the crew set up the model for flight, we filmed from every angle and took in the beauty surrounding us. With the wind kicking up we had a feeling the flight might be scrubbed. 30 minutes later we were heading back, flight cancelled. But we had a great day, filming around the center with Johnny was fun. No lack of background shots – planes were everywhere, thanks to Dryden for helping us out. Look for this show in a few months. Next stop, “Desert Rats” in Arizona. See you then.

On the lake bed – X-48 in the background
747 Shuttle carrier

 

6 thoughts on “NASA 360 heads to NASA Dryden

  1. guest Post author

    Wow. That looks like fun. If you ever need help with production, I’m all in. Great program. Do you guys work for NASA or are you a separate production company? When will NASA TV be available in HD? I can see your program on line in HD, but on television would be better. Can’t wait to see this one,
    Signed,
    A true 360 fan.

    Billy S.

  2. guest Post author

    Good luck in Flagstaff! Some big fans of the show including myself can’t wait to see this one. What a job! Please keep updates on Twitter coming. Some people do read them! I find your stuff more entertaining than most science programs. When is the next program going to be posted?

    leonardotwit

  3. Nillson Fabiana Post author

    I find your stuff more entertaining than most science programs. When is the next program going to be posted?

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