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    Hard Landing: Cessna Aircraft Subjected to Crash Test by NASA

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    All for the sake of progress.

    A Cessba 172 aircraft was literally dropped from 100 ft during the latest crash test conducted by NASA at the Langley Landing and Impact Research Facility. The data obtained will hopefully aid in developing the next generation of search and rescue technology.

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