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2023 Armstrong Research, Technology, and Engineering Report

NASA's X-59 parked inside the hangar with a head-on view.
NASA’s X-59 research aircraft moves from its construction site to the flight line – or the space between the hangar and the runway – at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, California, on June 16, 2023.
Lockheed Martin

NASA Armstrong’s project teams tackle the nation’s most complex flight research projects. They develop novel solutions that advance emerging technologies from the concept stage and on to experimental formulation and final testing. Among the many projects taking place across the center, researchers are developing and refining technologies for a supersonic experimental aircraft, autonomous systems, electrified aircraft, and instrumentation systems. This document highlights key results and benefits from research efforts undertaken by Armstrong researchers.