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#26 Post by satcom » 23 Mar 2013 15:40

Heads up...POTUS

Crossed the UK earlier heading your way...
EDGE 52 , a couple of SAMS and AF1

AF1 working Gander at present on 8864 [credit UDXF]

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#27 Post by bgav » 23 Mar 2013 15:49

Thanks for the heads-up :) !

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#28 Post by e737 » 23 Mar 2013 19:48

Air force 1
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NASA Super Guppy

#29 Post by bgav » 27 Mar 2013 13:43

Thanks to SteveANE for the heads-up via Twitter.

Aerospace Spacelines 377SGT Super Guppy, a truly unique aircraft. WCVB Channel 5 coverage.

N941NA AD120C
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Aero Spacelines 377SGT Super Guppy Turbine SGUP
Mode-S Country: United States
Military: No
Engines: 4 turbo
Weight: Medium (up to 135 tons)
Species: Landplane
Serial: 004
Tuesday 26 March 2013 17:29:37
Altitude: 13200 to 3400
Squawk: 5634
Duration: 16 minutes
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#30 Post by Scott SNE Webmaster » 27 Mar 2013 13:56

I know it came in from the west yesterday; must have left in that direction as well. Nothing in my VRS log here. I'll check the rest when I get home but looks like I missed it here.
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#31 Post by bgav » 27 Mar 2013 14:03

Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:I know it came in from the west yesterday; must have left in that direction as well. Nothing in my VRS log here. I'll check the rest when I get home but looks like I missed it here.
Nothing here either. From the WCVB story:
The heat shield was scheduled to be transported to Textron Systems in Wilmington Wednesday, where a protective coating will be applied to protect astronauts during re-entry through the earth's gravitational field.

Read more: http://www.wcvb.com/news/local/boston-n ... z2OlTvXVmt

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#32 Post by SteveANE » 27 Mar 2013 14:18

It's still on the deck at KBED, I believe. Hanscom likes to use 29 for arrivals and departures due to noise.

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#33 Post by satcom » 27 Mar 2013 14:35

Initially picked up over kansas at 13000 feet at 1439 GMT it travelled east towards NE landing at Hanscom Field , 2155 showing callsign SGUP

As it approached Hanscom it was a little too low to be picked up be the Mlat network

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#34 Post by bgav » 30 Mar 2013 15:32

Flew out Thursday morning.

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Thursday 28 March 2013 09:02:31
Altitude: 2500 to 12000
Squawk: 3531
Duration: 13 minutes
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#35 Post by JFR » 31 Mar 2013 21:57

N161SL, a Piaggio P180 Avanti, just buzzed the house and landed at Norwood (OWD). Interesting pusher design with psuedo-canards.

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#36 Post by bgav » 31 Mar 2013 21:59

JFR wrote:N161SL, a Piaggio P180 Avanti, just buzzed the house and landed at Norwood (OWD). Interesting pusher design with psuedo-canards.

-JR
Cool. I hear those things flying around fairly often, buzz is definitely the right word!

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#37 Post by JFR » 31 Mar 2013 22:01

Yup, very loud and unique sound!

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#38 Post by bgav » 31 Mar 2013 22:07

I picked up this Pipistrel Virus SW, C-GKYB yesterday. Very interesting, efficient LSA.

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#39 Post by bgav » 01 Apr 2013 16:12

Just picked up "SPUR42", 90-0167 an AC-130U "Spooky" Gunship.


90-0167 AE12A8
United States Air Force 4SOSAC130
Lockheed AC130U Hercules C130
Mode-S Country: United States Mil
Military: Yes
Manufacturer: 4SOS
Generic Name: SPUR42
Engines: 4 turbo
Weight: Medium (up to 135 tons)
Species: Landplane
Serial: 5262
Monday 1 April 2013 SPUR42 13:53:28
Altitude: 7800 to 15000
Duration: 13 minutes

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#40 Post by bgav » 07 Apr 2013 18:55

We had a Belgian Air Force C-130H in the area today from 15 Wing, Squadron 20.

CH-04 44F424
Belgian Air Force 15 Wing BAF15WgC130H
Lockheed C-130H Hercules C130
Mode-S Country: Belgium Mil
Military: Yes
Engines: 4 turbo
Weight: Medium (up to 135 tons)
Species: Landplane
Serial: 382-4467
Sunday 7 April 2013 BAF649 13:18:03
Altitude: 23900
Squawk: 6753
Duration: 17 minutes

[video=youtube_share;PDi_2w-P_Nk]http://youtu.be/PDi_2w-P_Nk[/video]

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Boeing OC-135W "Open Skies"

#41 Post by bgav » 13 Apr 2013 14:07

61-2672 AE08D6
USAF 45th Reconnaissance Squadron [KOFF][attach]1272[/attach]
Boeing OC-135W Open Skies C135
Mode-S Country: United States Mil
Military: Yes
Engines: 4 jet
Weight: Heavy (over 135 tons)
Species: Landplane
Serial: 18348
Saturday 13 April 2013 COBRA72 13:45:31

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