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The model, engine, and canoe together were called a “pod.” The experiment focused on determining how a reusable launch vehicle’s engine flume would affect the aerodynamics of its lifting-body shape at specific altitudes and speeds.
It was rotated 90 degrees and equipped with eight thrust cells of an aerospike engine and was mounted on a housing known as the “canoe,” which contained the gaseous hydrogen, helium, and instrumentation gear. Add(pv New Id); try catch (Exception e) } // define connection and command, in using blocks to ensure disposal using(Sql Connection conn = new Sql Connection(pv Connection String )) using(Sql Command cmd = new Sql Command("dbo.usp_Insert Contract", conn)) Does this work in your environment, too? Add(new Sql Parameter("@Contract Number", contract Number)); object unique Id; int id; try catch (Exception e) } EDIT: "I still get back a DBNull value.... As part of the LASRE experiment, the Blackbird completed seven initial research flights from Edwards.The first two flights were used to determine the aerodynamic characteristics of the LASRE apparatus (pod) on the back of the SR-71 whereas five later flights focused on the experiment itself.