Vote for 100 Greatest

by | Jun 12, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

There are only eight days left now in Flight’s 100 Greatest vote and it is fair to say that each category is going to be an extremely close run thing

Although the obvious nominations are popular (Moon Landing, Wright Brothers etc), there is still ample opportunity for some surprises when the final list is revealed during the Farnborough Air Show

So have some fun checking out the nominations from everyday people and NASA astronauts that can be seen at airspace.aero  and maybe you’ll want to vote for SpaceShipOne or X-15 or even SpaceX’s Dragon?  

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