Members of the Quesst mission team are located at all four of NASA’s field centers traditionally associated with the agency’s historic aeronautical research. Learn about this crew working to quiet the sonic boom.
Teams at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Ohio (top left), Langley’s Research Center in Virginia (bottom left), Armstrong Flight Research Center (top right) and Ames Research Center in California play key roles in developing and evaluating the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology aircraft. NASA hopes to enable a new commercial market of supersonic aircraft that can fly over land.
Learn more about the Quesst mission, as well as earlier research NASA has done on faster-than-sound flight. Plus, watch the remarkable set of videos called “The Quiet Crew,” an ongoing series of spotlight videos about the individuals who are part of the Quesst team.