on tarmac at Edwards AFB
Worlds Largest Compass Rose (0.84 mi / 1.34 km)
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center (3.04 mi / 4.89 km)
Benefield Anechoic Facility (3.31 mi / 5.33 km)
Blackbird SR-71 (3.33 mi / 5.35 km)
Possible WWII Revetment: XLR-11 Rocket Engine Test Area (4.40 mi / 7.08 km)
Site of Pancho Barnes' Happy Bottom Riding Club (7.25 mi / 11.67 km)
Hyundai/Kia Proving Grounds (11.00 mi / 17.70 km)
Edwards AFB Rocket Test Stands (11.39 mi / 18.32 km)
Boron Open Pit Mine (13.39 mi / 21.55 km)
Early Minuteman Test Site (13.76 mi / 22.15 km)
From: idriaThese birds have flown. The problem with updating the maps with new imagery is that you sometimes lose good stuff from the old ones. There's water in Edwards Lake to the east that wasn't there in the old image.
Sat Jul 29 18:08:45 -0700 2006
I wish I'd saved the old image as a jpg
From: ShadrackThe SR71's are still there! Just look a little to the south west at the end of the carpark and you will find at least one Blackbird.
Sat Jul 29 22:23:51 -0700 2006
From: tedderupdated. if anyone finds more, submit them as new entries.
Sun Jul 30 01:32:09 -0700 2006
From: ShadrackThere are at least 18 that I know about tedder. I wish we had one in Australia to visit.
Sun Jul 30 04:21:28 -0700 2006
From: michaelThere one on display at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama
Sun Sep 23 20:07:44 -0700 2007
From: michaelPlease ignore my previous comment. Although true, I see that it has previously been entered for Huntsville, Alabama. Sorry.
Sun Sep 23 20:45:26 -0700 2007