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Name: bill c ruff
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Date: Around 1995


Question:
Where on the Internet might I find airfoil information on a variety of aircraft?



Replies:
I know NASA Spacelink has information about lifting bodies, wings, etc. for different kinds of experimental and high speed planes. You could call there (spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov), see what they have, and leave them a note when you log off about other places to call. There are books for sale that are phone books for the Internet. I am sure you could find a place in there!

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