NASA and aerospace industry partners are flight testing new technologies to see if they can make aircraft quieter.
NASA has contributed to the development of a new class of aircraft called Very Light Jets, or VLJs.
Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton and AeroTech Research (USA), Inc., have developed an automatic turbulence reporting system.
Sally Johnson stands only five feet tall, but she's a giant in the field of aviation research.
Making Flight a Part of Everyday Life
Increasing Access to Air Travel
Aviation Week and Space Technology selected the Hyper-X scramjet and Synthetic Vision Systems for its 48th Annual Aerospace Laurels awards honoring the best in aerospace in 2004
NASA and its partners are developing technologies to make safe, affordable small planes a reality
NASA's Hyper-X research vehicle flew at nearly Mach 10 over the Pacific Ocean on Nov. 16
Imagine seeing clear skies all the time. It's not some weather fantasyland, but a revolutionary cockpit display technology being developed by NASA to make flying safer.