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- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 68
- Pure Stock
Initially produced by English Electric, Martin (of USA) purchased the rights to produce the Canberra under license, and so they did. Over the years, the American design developed more
domestic traits, as seen in the B-57D and NASA-General Dynamics WB-57F, which both have much more wing area by means of using greater length instead of a greater chord. In the case of the WB-57F, the wing area is more than double that of the B-57B. The B-57 saw 31 years of continuous use from 1954 to 1983, and in its later years developed into the RB-57D, when the air-frame was shown to have great potential for high altitude reconnaissance flight. Today, there are three WB-57F aircraft still flying with NASA, hosting first and third party atmospheric research equipment for various companies. This model is, of course, the B-57B, the later RB-57D and WB-57F will follow this one.
Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.
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