GREG GILBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES
What at first may appear to be a UFO flying down a city street is in fact the nose of a British Airway's Concorde airliner and its reflection in the windows of the Museum of Flight's Space Gallery. The Concorde was a collaboration of British Airways and Air France. There were a total of 20 Concordes built. This one is on loan from British Airways. The aircraft could fly at 1,354 MPH, more than twice the speed of sound. The passenger jets were in service from 1966 to 1979.