NASA

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    NASA #N516NA is flying towards Edwards AFB on June 8th, 1991 for use as a NASA testbed. [NASA photo]
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    NASA F-16A (although equipped with a C/D tail root) #N816NA parked on the Edwards AFB tarmac. [NASA photo]
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    NASA F-16A block 15 #N816NA is currently displayed near NASA Dryden FRC at Edwards AFB, photographed there on February 8th, 2004. The aircraft is on loan from the USAF to NASA. [Photo by Doug Nelson]
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    NASA F-16A block 15 #816 in a completely white color schme. Note the C/D-model tail even if its a A-model. [Photo by Brian Lockett]
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    NASA F-16A block 15 #N816NA in a completely white colour scheme seen at Palmdale, California on October 27th, 2006. [Photo by Tom Gibbons]
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    NASA F-16D block 50 #840 is flying over the Dryden facilities. The aircraft is used for Automated Collision Avoidance Flight testing. [Photo by Vincent Bayne]
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    NASA F-16D block 50 #840 is taking off from the Dryden facilities. The aircraft is used for Automated Collision Avoidance Flight testing. [Photo by Vincent Bayne]
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    NASA F-16D block 50 #90-0840, shown here flying over Edwards AFB on March 24th, 2009, proved the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System technology was ready to install on F-16s in the field. [USAF photo]
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    The Air Force F-16D Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology test aircraft flew at low levels through canyons and past mountain peaks during ACAT Fighter Risk Reduction Project testing of collision avoidance technologies that would reduce the risk of ground collisions for fighter/attack aircraft. [NASA photo by Carla Thomas]
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    The modified 'DROID' small unmanned aircraft in the foreground was used as a test bed for development of a smartphone-enabled autonomous ground collision avoidance system adapted from the Auto-GCAS software that was successfully flight-tested at NASA Dryden on the F-16D behind it in 2010. [NASA photo by Tony Landis]
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    NASA F-16D block 50 #90-0840 is coming in for landing during the ACAT program somewhere in 2009/2010. [NASA photo]