"String-like Ebola virus peeling off an infected cell." Heinz Feldmann, Peter Jahrling, Elizabeth Fischer and Anita Mora, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health 'Life: Magnified' is an exhibit of scientific images "showing cells and other scenes of life magnified by as much as 50,000 times." Read the rest
I’ve been on the road for the last few weeks and one of the places I was able to visit was the Smithsonian Institution’s Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles International Airport located just outside of Washington DC. Unlike the National Air and Space Museum located on the national mall close to the capitol building, the Udvar-Hazy […]
IT IS no mystery why travellers prefer Washington-Reagan National Airport (DCA) to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). DCA is smaller, better-organised and far closer to downtown DC. A trip to or from Dulles can take an hour or more in traffic; National is on Washington's Metro, just a few stops from the centre of everything. Show More Summary
Joseph Farah, the co-founder of the conservative website now known as WND and one of the guiding lights of the birther movement, was caught by TSA agents at Dulles International Airport on Sunday with a loaded.38-caliber revolver in his carry-on bag.
There's a stunning new photo gallery called Life: Magnified that's currently on display at Washington's Dulles International Airport's Gateway Gallery. Here's a sampling of the gallery's best images — from the hairs on a gecko's feet to the viruses that make our lives miserable. Read more...
Stunning scientific images of blood, brain, bacteria, viruses and more, enlarged by as much as 50,000 times, are on display in an exhibit called "Life: Magnified," on view through November 2014 at Washington Dulles International Airport's Gateway Gallery.
Incident occurred at Washington Dulles International Airport on Saturday.
(Reuters) - A man's body was discovered on Saturday in the wheel well of a South African Airways jetliner parked at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington, and investigators are seeking to determine when and how he died, officials said.
A ground crew attending to a South African Airlines plane sitting in a remote parking area at Virginia’s Body Found In Airplane Wheel Well At Dulles International Airport - -
(CHANTILLY, Va.) — Airport officials say the body of a man has been found in the wheel well of a South African Airways plane parked at Washington Dulles International Airport. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority says the body was found around 1:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Two commercial airline flights were grounded in the Northeast late Friday and early Saturday when smoke poured into the cabins on board the planes. The first flight, a Boeing 777 bound from Dulles International Airport in Virginia to Germany, was in the air when passen …
The U.S. and European Union flags wave at Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia, on May 18, 2012. [AP File Photo] It’s a chilly afternoon in Washington, D.C., but things are warm on the campus of George Washington University. Show More Summary
U.S. and European Union flags wave as members of the EU Delegation arrive to attend the G8 Summit, May 18, 2012, at Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Va. [AP File Photo] This week, the second round of negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) is taking place in Brussels. Show More Summary
Circa 1962. "Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia, 1958-63. Eero Saarinen, architect. Control tower interior." Note the "mobile lounge" near the jet. Medium format negative by Balthazar Korab. View full size.
Circa 1958. "Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Va. Model in construction. Eero Saarinen, architect." Self-portrait by Balthazar Korab. View full size.
A more complete view of the "mobile lounge" whose gangway was seen here yesterday. "Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia, 1958-63. Eero Saarinen, architect. Mobile lounges." Photo by Balthazar Korab. View full size.
"Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Va., 1958-63. Eero Saarinen, architect. Mobile lounges." A sort of giant rolling jetway (mostly out of frame at left) that carried passengers at Dulles from terminal to plane. The stair truck supported the gangway. 120mm color transparency by Balthazar Korab. View full size.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 hijackers took control of 4 commercial airliners en route to San Francisco and Los Angeles from Boston, Newark, and Washington, D.C. (Washington Dulles International Airport).At 8:46 a.m., American...Show More Summary
The man, who was on his way to Denver, gave up the mortar round willingly. [ more › ]
On December 1,1974, TWA Flight 514 approached Dulles International Airport outside Washington. D.C. Although it was morning, stormy weather conditions required an instrument approach. At 11:01 the FAA’s enroute controller cleared the...Show More Summary