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July 21, 2014 at 6:57 PM

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The White Knight


MARK HARRISON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

The White Knight, the launch plane for the X Prize-winning SpaceShipOne, joins the Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, arriving Monday afternoon at Paine Field from Mojave, Calif. The White Knight and SpaceShipOne, which made the first privately funded human space flight, were both developed by a joint venture involving Paul Allen.

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Members of the Flying Heritage Collection watch the White Knight's arrival at Paine Field. The collection, at a restored hangar, showcases warplanes and technologies from 1935-1945.

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A hand waves out of the cockpit of The White Knight.

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The White Knight soars above Paine Field.

MARK HARRISON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Members of the Flying Heritage Collection take a look at The White Knight as it arrives at Paine Field.

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