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Orion Spaceship Arrives in Super Guppy [4 Photos]

The NASA Super Guppy arrives following the lead of a C-130H Hercules from the 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 24, 2019. The 179th Airlift Wing is assisting the NASA Super Guppy in transporting parts of the Orion Space Project to Mansfield where it can be transported by truck to the Glenn Research Center in Sandusky, Ohio. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Joe Harwood)
The NASA Super Guppy unloads the Orion Space Project using a 60k loader with assistance from the 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 24, 2019.
Airmen prepare a 60k loader for the NASA Super Guppy as it prepares to unload the Orion Space Project with assistance from the 179th Airlift Wing.
The NASA Super Guppy unloads the Orion Space Project using a 60k loader with assistance from the 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 24, 2019.
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Super Guppy Unloading T-38

A T-38 Talon is unloaded from a B-377 Super Guppy March 3, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The Super Guppy has a hinged nose that opens 110 degrees, allowing full frontal cargo loading. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer/Released)

A T-38 Talon is unloaded from a B-377 Super Guppy March 3, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The Super Guppy has a hinged nose that opens 110 degrees, allowing full frontal cargo loading. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer/Released)

A T-38 Talon is unloaded from a B-377 Super Guppy March 3, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The Super Guppy has a hinged nose that opens 110 degrees, allowing full frontal cargo loading. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer/Released)

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Super Guppy Head-On

NASA pilots sit in the cockpit of the B-377 Super Guppy after arriving to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph March 2, 2017. Only four Guppy aircraft were ever produced, and this Super Guppy is the last to remain in use. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lauren Parsons/Released)

NASA pilots sit in the cockpit of the B-377 Super Guppy after arriving to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph March 2, 2017. Only four Guppy aircraft were ever produced, and this Super Guppy is the last to remain in use. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lauren Parsons/Released)

NASA pilots sit in the cockpit of the B-377 Super Guppy after arriving to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph March 2, 2017. Only four Guppy aircraft were ever produced, and this Super Guppy is the last to remain in use. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lauren Parsons/Released)