This is the story of the world’s fastest bomber: The XB-70 Valkyrie.
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
Hypersonix Launch Systems is developing an hypersonic aircraft, a reusable launch system, powered by hydrogen, to deliver small satellites into orbit without any carbon emissions.
USAF awards Exosonic contract for Supersonic UAV concept, to reduce risk for future supersonic executive transport and for military utility as a training platform.
United Airlines will purchase up to 50 Supersonic Overture airliners and fly the fleet on 100% sustainable aviation fuels.
Supersonic aircraft are coming back, and this time, they might work.
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
Exosonic supersonic aircraft maker, has partnered with the U.S. Air Force’s presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate (PE), to develop a supersonic aircraft for the USA
Watch the insane engineering of the unique X-15, that set the world’s supersonic unofficial speed and altitude records of 4,520 mph (Mach 6.7) and 354,200
Aerion AS3 supersonic airliner will be able to transport 50 passengers at speeds 4,000 miles per hour.