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
Spike Aerospace predicts that supersonic flight market will exceed 13 million travelers annually, by 2025.
NASA conducts a flight test series to investigate the ability of an innovative technology, to fold the outer portions of wings in supersonic flight.
NASA is a step closer to being able to visually capture the shock-waves of future Low Boom Flight Demonstration aircraft, or LBFD.
Lockheed Martin and Aerion just announced a partnership to develop the world’s first supersonic business jet.
The new version of the Russian Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bomber was just rolled-out.
Scaled announced the first flight of its most recent project inspired by supersonic X-plane, the experimental aircraft Model 401.
A glimpse on a concept plane by the Lockheed Martin Corporation. This futuristic aircraft would be expected to achieve supersonic speeds.
X-plane preliminary design model tests Quiet Supersonic Technology, inside the 14- by- 22 foot subsonic tunnel at NASA Langley Research Center.
While the Concorde is hailed as a triumph of modern engineering, the first supersonic transport to ever fly was actually Soviet-built. The Tupolev TU-144 Story…