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Including stand. s/n 14 Cart is not part of the accessioned package. Weight of object excluding cart and stand is described as 316 pounds on page 10A-17 of document labeled "NAS-14V2 ANS System.pdf" which is associated with this object on its TMS media card.
This object is on display in the Time and Navigation exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.
National Air and Space Museum Collection
National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
Time and Navigation
Cart is not part of the accessioned package.
Weight of object excluding cart and stand is described as 316 pounds on page 10A-17 of document labeled "NAS-14V2 ANS System.pdf" which is associated with this object on its TMS media card.
Transferred from the United States Air Force Museum
United States of America
Steel, paint, Aluminum, teflon, plastic, Synthetic Fabric, Phenolic Resin, paper, adhesive, gold plating, Acrylic (Plexiglas), Rubber (Silicone), epoxy, fiberglas, copper,
3-D: 123.2 x 78.7 x 118.1cm (48 1/2 x 31 x 46 1/2 in.)
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