NASA Super Guppy makes its way to Mansfield Lahm Airport


George Fleiner | The Star The Super Guppy unloading its payload Tuesday that will shipped by flatbed truck to Plum Brook NASA in Sandusky Ohio for testing for the Orion space project.


George Fleiner | The Star NASA's Super Guppy cargo plane taxis into position to drop off its pay load at Mansfield Lahm Airport on Tuesday before hundreds of on lookers. The plane has a unique nose that hinges 110 degrees so the cargo can be easily accessed.


NASA’s Super Guppy touched down at Mansfield’s Lahm Regional Airport on Tuesday; the strange shaped aircraft is being used to aid a Martian mission that is set to take place through 2021.

Lahm is serving as a transit station for NASA’s shipment of tools that will be used in conjunction with the Orion spacecraft.

George Fleiner | The Star

The Super Guppy unloading its payload Tuesday that will shipped by flatbed truck to Plum Brook NASA in Sandusky Ohio for testing for the Orion space project.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2015/11/web1_DSC_11791.jpgGeorge Fleiner | The Star

The Super Guppy unloading its payload Tuesday that will shipped by flatbed truck to Plum Brook NASA in Sandusky Ohio for testing for the Orion space project.

George Fleiner | The Star

NASA’s Super Guppy cargo plane taxis into position to drop off its pay load at Mansfield Lahm Airport on Tuesday before hundreds of on lookers. The plane has a unique nose that hinges 110 degrees so the cargo can be easily accessed.

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2015/11/web1_DSC_1068.new_1.jpgGeorge Fleiner | The Star

NASA’s Super Guppy cargo plane taxis into position to drop off its pay load at Mansfield Lahm Airport on Tuesday before hundreds of on lookers. The plane has a unique nose that hinges 110 degrees so the cargo can be easily accessed.