NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is more than a space agency. Aeronautics, the first A of the NASA acronym, has always been a
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A new wearable technology designed for astronaut’s daily routine aboard the Space Station (ISS), while monitoring and recording vital signs.
115 years ago on December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright achieved what many thought impossible—flight by a powered heavier-than-air aircraft.
A new generation of flight. Scientists have successfully flown a silent, lightweight ionic wind-powered aircraft, that doesn’t depend on fossil fuels or batteries.
NASA has officially committed to a development timeline that will lead to the first flight of its X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) aircraft in just three years.
Existing laser technology could be fashioned into Earth’s “porch light” to attract aliens.
For the first time in decades, NASA aeronautics is moving forward with the construction of a piloted X-plane, designed from scratch to fly faster than
Boeing has unveiled first details of an hypersonic unmanned Mach 5-plus demonstrator aircraft design.
Lockheed Martin may have already completed a prototype hypersonic SR72.