NASA 515 was a testbed for research into a multitude of issues affecting aircraft safety, efficiency and capacity. Called an "airborne trailblazer," it demonstrated new concepts in real-world situations.
NASA's 16-foot Transonic Tunnel leaves powerful legacy
World War II vet Howard Baugh visits the NACA research center that helped American planes prevail.
Sophisticated turbine-powered remote control models will go where no pilot would dare - to the edge of the flight envelope and beyond - to test "refuse to crash" technologies
NASA's latest aerospace research will be on display at the nation's largest gathering of aviation enthusiasts July 23-29.
NASA engineer Karen Jackson explains how understanding crashes helps us build better, stronger aerospace vehicles.
The U.S. Postal Service commemorates the first day of issue of two new X-Planes postage stamps March 17.
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The team that built the world's fastest vehicle powered by an air-breathing engine won top recognition at NASA's Turning Goals into Reality 2005 ceremony.
New technologies can help quiet airplane noise in the passenger cabin and on the ground, according to a recent NASA/industry flight test.