DARPA unveils its next VTOL X-Plane concept, with improvements in vertical and cruising flight.
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Supersonic passenger travel is one step closer to reality, with NASA’s award of a contract for the preliminary design of a low boom flight.
Building the world’s first “quiet” supersonic X-plane and a series of fueled by green energy planes, is part of the NASA’s budget proposal.
DARPA’s VTOL Experimental Plane (VTOL X-Plane) program seeks to enable radical improvements in vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) flight through innovative cross-pollination between the fixed-wing
Boeing Phantom Works engineers in Philadelphia designed and built a flying sub-scale model of the innovative Phantom Swift X-Plane, as a proposal for the Defense
NASA and Boeing’s next-generation blended-wing-body aircraft, completed on Tuesday its first successful nine-minute and climbed to an altitude of 5,500 feet, test flight at Edwards Air Force
NASA’s aeronautics branch aims to ride a new wave of research on the commercial aviation sector’s ambitious environmental goals, to drive the agency back into
NASA’s X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology X-plane is designed to fly faster than the speed of sound without producing sonic booms – those loud, startling noises which
NASA just revealed concept images of all-electric X-57 in final configuration.
NASA’s X-59 quiet supersonic (QueSST) test aircraft passed its final development milestone and is cleared for final assembly.