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NASA Aeronautics Dec 10
🤔 Why does the X-57 have so many propellers? 🤔 Why do we need to quiet the boom? 🤔 Why is NASA even working on drones? We're answering these questions and more in our next installment of :
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NASA Aeronautics Dec 12
Replying to @NASAaero
🤔Why do we need to quiet the boom? ✈️Aircraft flying at supersonic speeds produce a sonic boom so loud that commercial supersonic flight is prohibited over land. By quieting the boom commercial supersonic flight could become a reality→
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eVTOL News by The Vertical Flight Society Oct 16
This Friday, Oct. 19 is the deadline for applications to attend the NASA Urban Air Mobility Grand Challenge Industry Day in Seattle: NASA Aeronautics AHS: The Vertical Flight Society
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Bishop Science FL Aug 28
RT : Inside cockpits and jet engines; traffic control towers; and departure gate to arrival terminal at airports everywhere, the DNA of the entire aviation industry is infused with tech that has its roots in research.
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Danielle McCulloch 10 Apr 18
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David Ballard 7 May 18
Take a look at NASA Aeronautical research, from at
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Flight Test Fact Jun 6
RT : Have you heard? We're on a mission to quiet the boom! Follow along over the next few weeks as we discuss this exciting research.
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NASA Aeronautics Nov 21
Replying to @NASAaero
One of our more unusual experimental flight vehicles, the Rotor Systems Research Aircraft X-Wing aircraft, was developed to fill the void between design analysis, wind tunnel testing, and flight results of rotor aircraft→
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Massimiliano Versace 16 Feb 18
RT NASAAero: Our “out of sight” tests, in collaboration with FAANews, aim to solve the challenge of flying beyond the visual line of sight of their human operators without endangering other aircraft→
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NASA Aeronautics Jan 28
We have reached the zenith of , a year-long exploration of our aeronautics research, one letter at a time. Take a look back: ✈️A-H: ✈️I–N: ✈️O–T: ✈️U–Z:
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Danielle McCulloch 13 Apr 18
RT : Researchers have dramatically improved upon existing collision avoidance technology for aircraft–and you can license this technology via our program→
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NASA Aeronautics Nov 23
Replying to @NASAaero
Advantages of the X-48B Blended Wing Body, a cross between a conventional plane and a flying wing design, include high fuel efficiency, low noise and a large payload volume for the size of the aircraft→
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NASA Aeronautics Nov 27
Replying to @NASAaero
The Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems program was a joint DARPA/Air Force/Navy effort to demonstrate that a highly autonomous aircraft – the X-45A – could suppress enemy air defenses or serve in a strike role→
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NASA_Langley Nov 28
Check out this informative thread about X-planes! ✈️
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Aviation Economics 7 May 18
is running a great series on NASA Aero research in learn and enjoy
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NASA_Langley Nov 6
What does think the future of rotorcraft looks like? Susan Gorton, a leading NASA Langley researcher in helicopters, talks about her vision for the changing role that rotorcraft can play. WATCH:
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David Ballard 7 May 18
Replying to @Noahpinion @NASAaero
here's some positivity stuff -- an ongoing dictionary of research, at
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NASA STI Program 3 Jan 18
is featuring a new subject every two weeks with their campaign. This the first subject is . Heads over to to explore our collection of research involving aeronautics from all of the NASA centers
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