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McDonnell Douglas MD-11 (N609FE)

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Turning onto 22 for departure just before sunset.

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Jon Vanmeter
What a fascinating photo! So many things noticeable. The center hubs on two engines captured in almost the exact same position, with the right one missing. The right nose wheel almost not touching the ground. And anyone have an idea what the device is on the top left side of the nose cone? Great job catching a real beauty.
rwb2112Photo Uploader
Thanks Jon! That device on the nose cone is the EVS, like FLIR it helps the pilot see what he can't when weather is bad or at night.
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