Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson and relating to his work on the Omnitrac airborne computer

Made:
1959-1977 in United Kingdom
maker:
Decca Navigator Company Limited
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Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson
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Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson and
Science Museum Group Collection
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Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson and
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson and
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Prototype flight log box belonging to Michael Pearson and relating to his work on the Omnitrac airborne computer for Decca Navigator Company, by Decca Navigator Company, United Kingdom, c. 1959 – 1977

Details

Category:
Navigation
Object Number:
2016-16
Materials:
paper (fibre product), metal (unknown) and wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall: 101 mm x 341 mm x 501 mm, 6.12 kg
type:
log (record)
credit:
Gift of Mandy Kiely