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In February 1979, Neil Armstrong climbed to 50,000 feet in the Learjet Longhorn 28, setting five world records for business jets. His copilot is Peter Reynolds.

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In February 1979, Neil Armstrong climbed to 50,000 feet in the Learjet Longhorn 28, setting five world records for business jets. His copilot is Peter Reynolds.

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Title: In February 1979, Neil Armstrong climbed to 50,000 feet in the Learjet Longhorn 28, setting five world records for business jets. His copilot is Peter Reynolds.
Author: Unknown photographer
Description: For press release announcing Neil Armstrong flew first Learjet 28 to 50,000 feet, see: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/713955 For photograph of Learjet, see: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/713952 For article about the test, see p.8 in Aerospace Engineering: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/730784 All five record flights were piloted by Neil Armstrong (left) and copiloted by Learjet Longhorn 28 project pilot Peter T. Reynolds, who was also project pilot during Gates Learjet Corporation's 51,000-foot certification program. (C1484-33B&W) Caption title from UC Magazine.
Bookmark: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/713979
Date: 1979-02-19

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