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2010-01-23 13:33:16
Damnit! where did my map go? Oh. There it is...
2008-02-09 15:49:12
Flaps are down. Probably landing
2008-02-09 14:02:09
The Vans RV7A has a nose gear. Airliners.net says that the nosegear broke on landing and the plane flipped. No loss of life.
2008-02-09 03:35:30
that little piece on the ground is a broken off propeller.
2008-02-08 02:02:35
What is that little red, white and blue piece to the left of the tail-salute airplane? If it is a body part from another airplane, what is it doing there? The fact that the flaps, those two panels on the wings next to the fuselage are extended suggests that this airplane is in the act of landing. A tailwheel airplane is more likely to ground loop (somersault on the ground) because it doesn't have a front wheel to support the nose. It's easier for the center of gravity to move ahead of the main landing gear on those. On the other hand, if this is a tricycle gear plane as most are, and if another plane was damaged enough leave body parts behind on that spot, the front wheel of the yellow plane may have fallen into a divot accidentally dug in the turf runway and broken its strut.
2008-02-07 17:19:35
Good parking,
2008-02-07 14:53:30
They lived. It happened while taxying or taking off, caught up on something and flipped over.
2008-02-07 09:24:36
No chance to take such a sharp and nearby shot when the plane comes from above. My guess - it happened while starting or landing.
2008-02-07 06:42:21
Uh fuck! Does anybody know how this worked out? (Yes, thanks, I imagined the plane crashed - I meant if the guys survived. Pictures of the aftermath...)
2008-02-07 05:57:30
Hope he lived, seemed braced for the impact
2008-02-07 05:31:46
FAIL
2008-02-07 03:43:22
That's a major oops!
2008-02-07 02:35:36
Great timing!