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Supersonic X-59 QueSST is quickly taking shape. Ever wonder how Lockheed-Martin building the quietest supersonic plane in the world?
NASA’s X-57 Maxwell, the agency’s first all-electric X-plane, is delivered to NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, in its Mod II configuration.
NASA is a step closer to being able to visually capture the shock-waves of future Low Boom Flight Demonstration aircraft, or LBFD.
Scaled announced the first flight of its most recent project inspired by supersonic X-plane, the experimental aircraft Model 401.
X-plane preliminary design model tests Quiet Supersonic Technology, inside the 14- by- 22 foot subsonic tunnel at NASA Langley Research Center.
Aurora’s 24-fan electric Subscale X-Plane aircraft model successfully flies.
NASA is testing new propulsion technology, using an experimental airplane now designated the X-57 and nicknamed “Maxwell.”
NASA’s aeronautical innovators are preparing to put in the sky an array of new experimental aircraft, each intended to carry on the legacy of demonstrating
DARPA’s Aurora Flight Sciences’ (VTOL x-plane) sub-scale vehicle demonstrator, successfully flew at a U.S. military facility. Watch the video…