The areas around research aircraft, such as NASA's Douglas DC-8 airborne science laboratory, can conceal unusually pernicious and potent safety hazards. Dangerous levels of radio frequency radiation and powerful lasers are two potential dangers of particular concern. The message is simple: Be mindful of warning lights, signs, and barriers, and stay out of areas cordoned off by tapes or ropes. This Aerocature is one of a series commissioned by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center (now the Armstrong Flight Research Center) to help promote workplace safety standards.
Note: Each month a different image from the current calendar year is featured here. To avoid
the gnawing 12-month period of suspense to see all 12 pieces (along with lots of aviation
anniversaries (When did the first pig fly?), incredible trivia (What is Godzilla's "birthday"?),
and outrageous quotes from people that should know better) place your
order for the Aerocatures Calendar now!
News & Updates:
- 1/1/18 - Happy New Year!
- 10/6/17 - The 2018 Aerocatures Calendar is here! Order yours today!
- 10/5/17 - Hank's artwork recently was featured on the program cover for the 2017 Tailhook Association Symposium. Check it out!
- 11/16/16 - Do you know someone who is in a "family way?" Are you expecting? Then you definitely need a copy of "Honey . . . We're Pregnant!" From Aerocatures creator Hank Caruso, this prenatal diary is a great way to become friends with your baby well before he or she enters the outside world. Check here for more information!