NASA Aeronautics (@NASAaero )

NASA Aeronautics

Bio NASA is with you when you fly 🚁
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Sprinklr : We are accepting applicants for the Urban Air Mobility Grand Challenge 🚁 The goal? To provide a proving ground where NASA, vehicle providers, airspace technology providers and the public learn what is really required to achieve UAM. Details→go.nasa.gov/2oEagEH

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How did an attempt to build a supersonic passenger jet result in a material used to implant pacemakers in some of the trickiest cases of congestive heart failure? go.nasa.gov/31kglDi

Sprinklr : Over the last five years weve been part of collaborative research into composite materials used in aerospace construction. Why? So we can fly farther, faster, and with less fuel–meaning cheaper air travel→ go.nasa.gov/2OVQY8b

Twitter Web App : .NASA is with you when you fly! Every U.S. aircraft flying today, and every U.S. air traffic control facility, uses NASA-developed technology in some way. Work done at NASAArmstrong helps aviation today. More: go.nasa.gov/2IFUn7d

Sprinklr : Sure, electrified aircraft propulsion could be a fuel- and- cost-efficient alternative to traditional jet engine-powered airplane, but how would it work? 🤔go.nasa.gov/2ooOTHn

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Learn how our partnership with Uber will take urban air mobility forward→go.nasa.gov/2q11lND

Sprinklr : The X-57, our first all-electric experimental aircraft and the first crewed X-plane in two decades, has arrived at NASA Armstrong 😮 The X-57 will help develop certification standards for emerging electric aircraft markets, including urban air mobility→go.nasa.gov/33lQ0WN

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Sprinklr : “They turn 2-D drawings into a 3-D product. They’re true artisans at their craft.” ✈️👨‍🎨go.nasa.gov/2OFN57i

Sprinklr : 🎈The final weekend of #BalloonFiesta is upon us 🎈

Don't miss your last chance to visit the NASA Pavilion for demos of the high-altitude pressure suits used by pilots of the retired SR-71 and ER-2 alongside exhibits of the X-59, X-57, SOFIAtelescope and NASA Webb Telescope! pic.twitter.com/8DL1XZQXhN

iPhone : Happy to be NASAArmstrong) 's Twitter Profile">NASA Armstrong today where we specialize in aviation research. The first A in NASA is Aeronautics. Armstrong is a significant part of what we are trying to achieve as a nation.

Sprinklr : At Lockheed Martins Skunk Works, the next airplane destined to take its place among aeronautical icons, NASA’s X-59 QueSST, is taking shape 🤫✈️→ go.nasa.gov/35jyYdM

Sprinklr : Q: How do NASA interns spend their summer? 🤓☀️

A: For some, competing in a 10-week laptop flight simulator challenge for the X-59 QueSST!

See how our amazing interns developed X-59 computer flight simulators from scratch: nasa.gov/feature/langle…

Twitter Web App : The #BalloonFiesta is in full swing, which means you still have time to visit NASA Aeronautics near the Balloon Discovery Center to explore our work in urban air mobility, quiet supersonic flight over land, electric propulsion and more!

Sprinklr : "We’re at a critical time in the history of aviation because we have an opportunity to develop systems that will reduce cost, energy consumption and noise, while opening up new markets and opportunities for American companies." go.nasa.gov/31VkSxe

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Sprinklr : Our first all-electric experimental aircraft, aka X-plane, is here! Our engineers will now begin putting the X-57 Maxwell through ground tests, followed by taxi tests, and eventually flight tests 🔋✈️ go.nasa.gov/2LQWxmu

Twitter Web App : They are more than just pretty faces 💁‍♂️Our aerospace engineers design, install and check new concepts required to support NASA aerial missions–such as the X-59’s eXternal Vision System, which will allow pilots to fly without a forward-facing window→go.nasa.gov/2ANIpEk

Twitter Web App : Remembering engineer and NACA pilot Scott Crossfield on his #birthday. Crossfield made aeronautical history when he reached the aviation milestone of Mach 2 (twice the speed of sound) or more than 1,320 miles per hour in the D-558-II Skyrocket.

Sprinklr : Our X-59 experts are busy prepping for tonights FREE webinar, Quiet Supersonic
Flight Over Land: Lowering the Boom. 🤫✈️ Tonights session begins at 7:30PM EDT, so register now and get the inside scoop on our Low-Boom Flight Demonstration mission→ vsgc.odu.edu/aerowebinars