NASA and Lockheed Martin unveiled the agency’s X-59 quiet supersonic aircraft at the Skunk Works facility at dawn in Palmdale, California.
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The Lockheed Martin X-59 QuessT (Quiet SuperSonic Technology) has been unveiled!
NASA’s X-59 research aircraft moves from its construction site to the flight line – or the space between the hangar and the runway – at Lockheed Martin
This schlieren image is of a small-scale model of NASA’s X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) airplane taken inside NASA Supersonic Wind Tunnel, during a recent boom test.
NASA’s X-59 requires the use of creative and strategic supersonic technologies to control and soften the jarring sound that hits the ground as the aircraft flies faster
NASA’s X-59 quiet supersonic (QueSST) test aircraft passed its final development milestone and is cleared for final assembly.
NASA’s X-59 QueSST Airplane takes shape at Lockheed Martin Skunk works.
The pilot of NASA’s X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology, or QueSST, aircraft will navigate the skies in a cockpit unlike any other. There won’t be a forward-facing window.
NASA has announced tests for its X-59 QueSST Quiet Supersonic Transport jet, the ‘son of Concorde.’
NASA is bringing supersonic planes back. Twenty years back the famous Concorde, could whisk you from New York to London in just 3.5 hours!