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"26.09.2016 17:37:50" NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center: 70 Years of Flight Research A video showcasing 70 Years of research at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, begins airing on NASA television Sept. 26. Armstrong, the agency's lead center for atmospheric flight research operations, began its storied history
"19.09.2016 20:11:59" Declassified footage- F-16 AutoGCAS save This video, recently declassified, shows the heads-up-display, or HUD, of an F-16, in which the student pilot experienced a g-induced loss of consciousness. The pilot credits the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System, developed in-part by NASA, with
"19.08.2016 20:21:07" Composite Material Loads Testing Engineers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center tested a composite structure, known as the “Hershey Bar” test article, by exposing it to increasing weight loads. The purpose of the structure is to test and validate ways of developing flexible wings
"10.08.2016 20:41:36" The Internship Experience at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center An inside look of the internship opportunities at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. At Armstrong, interns have the opportunity to pursue their careers, work alongside professionals on innovative projects, and take part in ground-breaking research.
"28.07.2016 23:11:01" X-57 aircraft arrives in Oceano NASA’s newest experimental aircraft has arrived in Oceano, California, and will be transferred to Mojave, California, to be converted into the first piloted all electric aircraft. The Italian Tecnam P-2006T fuselage will be mated with a special
"23.06.2016 16:13:46" Career Profiles- Drawing Controller Kelvin Siu- Operations Engineering Branch The Drawing Control group provides project support in the form of drafting services, drawing version management, and drawing archival. The office provides drafting services through creation of new drawings and sketches, or integration of red-lines. They
"19.05.2016 16:40:29" X-56A Ground Vibration Testing Researchers at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center conducted ground vibration testing on the X-56A flex wing, at the center’s Flight Loads Laboratory. Data collected from the impact testing includes Fiber Optic Sensing System (FOSS) information,
"16.05.2016 16:55:32" NASA, Partner Space Agencies Measure Forests In Gabon A contingent of NASA airborne instruments and scientists on the ground joined colleagues from space agencies in Gabon and Europe to study the dense African tropical forests in Gabon. The forest in this Central African country is the second largest in the
"16.05.2016 15:24:13" Lancaster Academy of Multimedia, Programming, and Engineering Workshop On April 25, 2016, the NASA AERO Institute hosted 9th graders from Lancaster high school in a day of hands-on educational activities. The students heard from a human systems integration engineer, took a tour of the fiber optic sensing system lab, checked
"02.05.2016 18:54:42" NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars 2016 NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS)-Students from around the country visit NASA Armstrong to participate in a team based robotics competition. Students also take tours, participate in internship and resume workshops, hear talks from center
"21.04.2016 23:24:52" Preparing NASA’s DC-8 for the KORUS-AQ Airborne Mission The Korea U.S.-Air Quality mission, or KORUS-AQ, is a joint field study between NASA and the Republic of Korea aiming to advance the ability to monitor air pollution from space. The campaign, which takes place from May 2 to June 14, will assess air
"15.04.2016 15:57:50" Global Hawk / SHOUT NASA’s autonomously flown Global Hawk aircraft flew a series of flights over the Pacific Ocean during February 2016, as part of the NOAA-led mission called Sensing Hazards Operational Unmanned Technology, or SHOUT. This year’s El Nino season offered a
"13.04.2016 22:34:10" X-56 Flexible Wing Static Proof Loads Tests Among the many tests conducted in the Flight Loads Laboratory at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center is static proof loads testing on the X-56 aircraft wing. The test includes demonstration of the wing’s air worthiness and calibration of the wing’s
"11.04.2016 19:14:25" Foam Fire-Suppression System: More Tests NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center recently upgraded the foam fire suppression system for the hangars in our Research Aircraft Integration Facility. The safety system uses high expansion foam, which contains less water and chemicals making it more
"07.04.2016 23:18:10" Convergent Aeronautics Solutions Researchers from several NASA centers had an opportunity to share information about revolutionary new technologies at the Convergent Aeronautics Solutions (CAS) Showcase held at Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California.
"24.03.2016 19:07:08" SCRAT Flight Test Maneuvers An integral part of NASA's aeronautical research and one of the final phases of testing new technology is flight testing the concept or experiment. While much can be learned from computer modeling, simulations and wind tunnel testing, taking an experiment
"24.03.2016 17:05:10" Shedrick Bessent NASA Celebrates African-American History Month Shedrick Bessent is an instrumentation engineer at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California. He designs, develops, installs and tests research instrumentation for a wide variety of highly technical aerospace research aircraft.
"04.03.2016 17:33:48" The Mars Airplane Live Event- Al Bowers on PRANDTL-M On October 16, 2015, students (from middle school to university levels), young professionals and members of the general public had an opportunity to participate in a live event where they learned about the possible first Mars airplane. During “The Mars
"01.03.2016 23:18:02" SPEX Instrument Maiden Flight Aboard NASA ER-2 During February 2015, the Spectral Polarimeter for Planetary Explorations (SPEX) instrument made its first flight aboard NASA’s ER-2 high-altitude aircraft. The instrument, developed by the Netherlands Institute for Space Research, is designed to measure
"29.02.2016 20:06:27" NASA New Aviation Horizons NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center conducts research to advance science, technology and aeronautics through flight. This video highlights some of the flight research and other activities that occurred at NASA Armstrong in 2015 in an effort to support
"28.02.2016 20:00:00" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Code MI (Information Technology) In-Depth After a flight, the data arrives at the Information Services Branch, or Code MI, which provides information technology solutions for NASA's workforce, everything from desktops to internet connections. Code MI also manages Armstrong's data center and
"27.02.2016 20:00:01" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Code MR (Range Operations) In-Depth Tracking the aircraft while it's in flight is the responsibility of the Range Operations Branch, Code MR. From working with the US Air Force, which controls Edwards Airspace, to scheduling flights, to keeping radar dishes locked on a supersonic airplane,
"24.02.2016 20:00:00" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Code MC (Range Engineering) In-Depth Well before the research flight phase, the Range Engineering Branch (Code MC) engineers and software developers build, integrate, and verify range assets. This is how they ensure the aircraft telemetry can be received and processed for control room
"22.02.2016 20:00:00" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Code ME (Simulation Engineering) In-Depth Flights of new aircraft or systems are first simulated to ensure that any novel concepts are working as designed, or to conduct trade studies, or to iterate a design toward optimum performance. Later, when an actual flight is scheduled, before the
"19.02.2016 22:55:38" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Mission Information and Test Systems, Code M (Extended Cut) Whenever a NASA aircraft leaves the ground, a talented team ensures that it executes its mission safely and successfully. This video highlights a key organization that makes up that team. The pilot and mission controllers sit at the ends of a complex
"13.01.2016 20:28:55" PTERA - Modular Aircraft Flight Test Aerospace testing can be costly and time consuming but a new modular, subscale remotely piloted aircraft offers NASA researchers more affordable options for developing a wide range of cutting edge aviation and space technologies.
"23.12.2015 22:02:36" Behind the Scenes at NASA Armstrong: Mission Information and Test Systems, Code M Whenever a NASA aircraft leaves the ground, an entire team of people ensure that it executes its mission safely and successfully. This video highlights one of the key organizations that makes up that team. The pilot and mission controllers sit at the
"19.11.2015 23:09:34" CISBoomDA: Interactive Display Provides Pilots with Real-Time Sonic Boom Mapping Cockpit Interactive Sonic boom display Avionics (CISBoomDa) is a revolutionary software system capable of displaying the location and intensity of shock waves caused by supersonic aircraft. Developed by aerospace engineer Ed Haering, technical lead f
"29.10.2015 21:50:36" PRANDTL-D No. 3 Takes Flight http://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/news/FactSheets/FS-106-AFRC.html
NASA¹s Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Lower Drag (PRANDTL-D) No. 3 aircraft successfully flew its first flight on Oct. 28, 2015. This flight test is the first of many
"27.10.2015 22:42:46" Career Profiles- Aero-Mechanical Design Group NASA Armstrong’s Aeromechanical Design Group provides mechanical design solutions ranging from research and development to ground support equipment. With an aerospace or mechanical engineering background, team members use the latest computer-aided d
"23.10.2015 16:30:28" Flying with Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors- Sept. 15, 2015 Follow along as educators from Georgia and New Mexico fly on board SOFIA and watch science operations first hand. The educators were able to see a number of ways to present their NASA experience that will benefit their diverse student populations. A
"29.09.2015 00:19:48" View of Supermoon Eclipse from NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center This time-lapse video includes scenes of the Sept. 27, 2015 supermoon eclipse, viewed from NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California.
"22.09.2015 18:50:38" SOFIA flies near Northern Lights The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) were visible from passenger windows on board NASA's SOFIA as it flew over northern Canada, close to the Northern pole, on September 15, 2015. SOFIA observes the universe with an infrared telescope while flying at
"21.09.2015 18:20:21" Fused Reality 2015 Fused Reality is a new technology for simulation by combining the real-world with a virtual world. This was work done under the NASA AFRC Center Innovation Fund (CIF) funded by the Center Chief Technologist David Voracek. The Fused Reality (FR) Sy
"21.09.2015 18:14:47" Researchers Use the Sun as a Backdrop for Images of Supersonic Shock Waves Researchers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California are using a modern version of schlieren photography to visualize shock waves created by supersonic jet aircraft. With this new technique, shock waves – represented by distortions of
"19.09.2015 02:54:04" Nichelle Nichols "Lt. Uhura" flies aboard SOFIA Actress Nichelle Nichols recently flew on board NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, the world's largest airborne observatory. Ms. Nichols has been collaborating with NASA for years, actively recruiting into the astronaut c
"10.09.2015 22:45:16" High Ice Water Content: DC-8 Aeronautics Campaign During the month of August, NASA’s DC-8 completed flights in Florida aimed at collecting data on high-altitude crystals for the High Ice Water Content (HIWC) mission. High ice water content can be found within large convective storms and can result i
"24.08.2015 21:25:13" Wings Over Louisiana: NASA Observes Southern Subsidence This short video highlights the ongoing observations a team of NASA scientists and engineers are making along the coast of Louisiana. Using a JPL developed instrument known as Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR), the team col
"24.08.2015 17:35:14" Wings Over Louisiana: NASA Observes Southern Subsidence (Extended Cut) This short video highlights the ongoing observations a team of NASA scientists and engineers are making along the coast of Louisiana. Using a JPL developed instrument known as Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR), the team col
"21.08.2015 16:25:09" NASA Armstrong PRANDTL-D Interns, Summer 2015 A group of NASA interns from different colleges across the nation came together during Summer 2015 with one goal: the successful flight test of PRANTDL-2. This student-produced video details the students' journey from fabrication to flight test of th
"10.08.2015 22:19:26" SOFIA Southern Deployment Instrument Change During SOFIA's deployment to Christchurch, New Zealand, in July 2015, four instruments were used to study celestial objects in the southern skies. The First Light Infrared Test Experiment CAMera (FLITECAM) and High-speed Imaging Photometer for Occult
"03.08.2015 22:08:39" Career Profile- Subscale UAS engineer/pilot Robert "Red" Jensen Robert “Red” Jensen is an Operations Engineer and Pilot for subscale aircraft here at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center. As part fabricator, engineer and integrator, Red is responsible for testing subscale models of aircraft and ensuring they a
"28.07.2015 18:00:01" SOFIA Captures Pluto Occultation It is no easy task to capture the shadow of Pluto as it travels across the surface of Earth at more than 53,000 mph—but that is exactly what NASA scientists and flight crew did on the night of June 29, 2015. In a true team effort, the Stratospheric O
"22.07.2015 23:48:17" Fiber Optics Sensing System: A New Technology for Measurement A research team at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center has developed a revolutionary technology called Fiber Optics Sensing System or FOSS, a system that provides real time information on structure strain, shape, temperature, and other data used
"16.07.2015 21:24:39" Foam Fire-Suppression System: Initial Test NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center recently upgraded the foam fire suppression system for our aircraft support hangar. The safety system uses high expansion foam, which contains less water and chemicals making it more environmentally friendly. The
"08.07.2015 16:06:19" Chasing Polar Winds http://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/news/NewsReleases/2015/15-08.html
NASA's DC-8 recently completed an airborne mission in May 2015 focused on studying wind fields in the Arctic region. The mission, based from Keflavik, Iceland, aimed to provide
"03.07.2015 01:02:08" SOFIA Instrument Change in Christchurch SOFIA's science instrument was changed in Christchurch, New Zealand on June 26, 2015. SOFIA has seven different science instruments that can be used during observations, but this is the first instrument swap performed while the observatory is in Chri
"22.06.2015 22:59:12" SOFIA Southern Deployment 2015 NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, departed from its base operations in Palmdale, California on June 12 and ferried to Christchurch, New Zealand to complete a five-week mission to study celestial objects that are better o
"11.06.2015 23:36:05" NASA Armstrong Airborne Science Mission Directorate NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center operates specialized aircraft to support environmental and Earth science missions under the Airborne Science Program of the agency's Science Mission Directorate. NASA's airborne missions address some of the cr
"04.06.2015 00:24:58" NASA Celebrates 50 Years of Space Suits 50 years ago, Ed White became the first American to walk in space. NASA used the technology from pressure suits worn for high altitude flights to perfect the space suit.
Here, NASA ER-2 research pilot Donald Stuart Broce describes some of the challen
"28.05.2015 00:11:22" NASAs F-15 takes a pit stop to fuel up at the gas station in the sky NASA pilot Jim Less and videographer Lori Losey refuel their F-15D #897 aircraft from a KC-135 refueling tanker. NASA is supporting the Edwards Air Force Base F-15 program with safety and video chase expertise.
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
"15.05.2015 18:44:23" Career Profile: Flight Operations Engineer (Airborne Science) Robert Rivera Operations engineers at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center help to advance science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration by managing operational aspects of a flight research project. They serve as the governing authority on airworthine
"04.05.2015 15:44:40" College Student Teams Design Mars Rovers Armstrong's education office hosted 41 students from California, Washington and Oregon in a team competition to design a rover for a mission to Mars.
Funded by NASA's Minority University Research and Education Program, the National Community College
"30.04.2015 18:07:34" Exploring Electric Propulsion http://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/Features/leaptech.html
LEAPTech (Leading Edge Asynchronous Propeller Technology) is a NASA Team Seedling Award under the Convergent Aeronautics Project of ARMD. The team is made up of LaRC (lead design), AFRC (
"28.04.2015 16:17:22" Rise and Shine, F-15B Twin-Engine Afterburner Run http://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/news/FactSheets/FS-055-DFRC.html
At NASA Armstrong we are always innovating. We recently installed a high-power thrust stand to test the engines on our F-15 fleet. At 60,000 pounds, it is currently the highest r
"28.04.2015 13:44:36" 2015 German Astronomy Ambassadors fly on SOFIA See inside a SOFIA flight with four German educators on board as Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors. These educators will use their flight experience to connect their students with SOFIA science, and inspire them to pursue careers in Science, Technology,
"19.03.2015 16:44:22" One Year as the Neil A. Armstrong Flight Research Center House Resolution H.R. 667 / Public Law 113-75 was implemented on March 1, 2014, naming the Center as the NASA Neil A. Armstrong Flight Research Center.
Neil Armstrong flew as an NACA/NASA Research Pilot in California from 1955-1962. Armstrong was on
"06.03.2015 18:59:37" NACA – NASA 1915-2015 "We Fly, We Explore, We Measure, We Reveal, We Discover" On March 3, 1915, Congress established the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) to "direct and conduct research and experimentation in aeronautics, with a view to their practical solution."
In 1946 at Muroc, California the NACA establi
"24.02.2015 14:01:00" "Miniature Aces" NASA's Dale Reed Flight Research Laboratory This video uncovers the workings, tools, and rationale of the scaled aircraft lab at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center on Edwards Air Force Base. Watch commercial-off-the-shelf aircraft, one-of-a-kind designs, powered aircraft, and gliders take
"18.02.2015 21:43:49" Armstrong Shuttle Mate-Demate Device dismantle time-lapse NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, formally Dryden, on Edwards Air Force Base spent nearly three months demolishing its iconic space shuttle Mate-Demate Device (MDD), one of the center's last vestiges of the shuttle program that ended in 2011. NA
"05.02.2015 23:33:29" Flow Visualization Through The Years This video takes a look at the evolution of various ways NASA has observed flow visualization in aircraft structures over the years. Whether in the lab or flying high over the Mojave Desert, capturing these flow visuals is important for the developme
"08.01.2015 18:19:37" Women@NASA 2014: Michelle Haupt
"06.01.2015 23:04:34" Flow Visualization Through the Years This video takes a look at the evolution of various ways NASA has observed flow visualization in aircraft structures over the years. Whether in the lab or flying high over the Mojave Desert, capturing these flow visuals is important for the developme
"24.12.2014 04:30:13" NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center 2014: Discovering the Unexpected This video highlights some of the major research projects and science missions that occurred at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in 2014.
"22.12.2014 18:33:46" Ikhana: NASA Eyes in the Sky The Ikhana unmanned aircraft system (UAS) just played a huge role in providing live video coverage on December 5, 2014, of NASA's Orion spacecraft splashdown and recovery. Based at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in California, the Ikhana, wh
"10.12.2014 20:55:56" NASA Armstrong and JPL team up to monitor Louisiana wetlands NASA's C-20A science research aircraft carries a specialized radar system developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar, located in a pod attached to the belly of the ai
"05.12.2014 17:29:02" Ikhana: NASA Eyes in the Sky The Ikhana unmanned aircraft system (UAS) just played a huge role in providing live video coverage on December 5, 2014, of NASA's Orion spacecraft splashdown and recovery. Based at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in California, the Ikhana, wh
"02.12.2014 21:22:30" NASA Begins Flight Testing of Shape-Shifting Wings http://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/research/ACTE/#.VH4sQLY-IZ0
NASA's green aviation project is one step closer to developing technology that could make future airliners quieter and more fuel-efficient with the successful flight test of a wing su
"24.11.2014 23:37:15" NASA Armstrong's Flight Loads Laboratory 50th Anniversary NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center commemorates the 50th anniversary of its Flight Loads Laboratory. Over its accomplished history, the Flight Loads Laboratory has sought to understand everything from sensors measuring flight loads to understand
"18.11.2014 23:55:21" NASA is With You When You Fly Aviation touches us. Even if you didn't fly today, something you needed did. Did you know that NASA-developed technology is on board every U.S. commercial aircraft and in every U.S. control tower? That's why we like to say "NASA's with you when you f
"05.11.2014 17:50:08" Career Profile: Flight Operations Engineer (Airborne Science) Matthew Berry Operations engineers at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center help to advance science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration by managing operational aspects of a flight research project. They serve as the governing authority on airworthine
"18.10.2014 01:35:44" Career Profile: Flight Operations Engineer Brian Griffin Operations engineers at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center help to advance science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration by managing operational aspects of a flight research project. They serve as the governing authority on airworthine
"29.09.2014 14:00:03" Educators Fly On Board SOFIA with the GREAT Spectrometer Michael Maccarone and Elizabeth Rosenberger from Avenues: The World School in New York City, along with Margaret "Missy" Holzer, Chatham High School, Somerset, N.J., and Theresa Roelofsen Moody, New Jersey Astronomy Center at Raritan Valley Community
"26.09.2014 01:19:31" Illinois and Ohio Educators Fly on NASA Astronomy Mission In 2014, twelve two-person teams were competitively selected for NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors program. This year's ambassadors represent teachers from 10 states. After their flight opp
"11.09.2014 18:27:46" NASA Radar Data Reveals Fault Movement from Napa Quake An airborne radar survey in the Napa Valley area of Northern California conducted by NASA scientists has revealed clear indications of fault-line displacements near the epicenter of the 6.0-magnitude Napa Valley earthquake that occurred Aug. 24, 2014
"26.08.2014 17:42:33" NASA'S Armstrong Flight Research Center: Reaching For New Heights The Armstrong Flight Research Center, NASA's Center of Excellence for atmospheric flight, conducts research to advance science, technology, aeronautics and space exploration, enhancing knowledge, education, innovation, economic vitality, and stewards
"21.08.2014 22:13:18" X-31: Breaking the Chain: Lessons Learned By any measure, the X-31 was a highly successful flight research program at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, now the Armstrong Flight Research Center. It regularly flew several flights a day, accumulating over 550 flights during the course of th
"31.07.2014 21:24:50" SOFIA Observatory Hosts Oregon, Washington Educators Kim Abegglen and Anna-Melissa Lyons from Hockinson Middle School, Vancouver, Washington, Robert Black from North Medford High School and Dave Bloomsness from the Southern Oregon Skywatchers, Medford, Oregon, flew on board NASA's Stratospheric observa
"25.07.2014 21:14:25" SOFIA Observatory Hosts Oregon, Washington Educators Kim Abegglen and Anna-Melissa Lyons from Hockinson Middle School, Vancouver, Washington, Robert Black from North Medford High School and Dave Bloomsness from the Southern Oregon Skywatchers, Medford, Oregon, flew on board NASA's Stratospheric observa
"16.07.2014 23:45:21" LLRV Testing Contributed to Apollo 11's Success NASA marks the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing this month. The world watched in awe as astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set their lunar module Eagle down in the Sea of Tranquility on July 20, 1969, while crewmate Michael Collins o
"10.07.2014 23:06:45" Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors from Texas and Nebraska take flight on SOFIA Join Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors George Hademenos and Diane Watson from Richardson High School, Richardson, Texas, and Judi Little and LeeAnn Vaughan from Burke High School, Omaha, Nebraska, during a science flight on board The Stratospheric Obser
"07.07.2014 18:04:03" Retired NASA F/A-18 Back on Display at 'The Hangar' After a six-month absence, a retired NASA F/A-18A Hornet aircraft that served as an iconic landmark in front of "The Hangar" -- the Lancaster Municipal Stadium -- in Lancaster, Calif., for 17 years is back on its perch.
Sporting a fresh coat of pain
"02.07.2014 17:25:06" Independence Day 2014 NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center commemorates the anniversary of our nation's Declaration of Independence with a moving rendition of our national anthem, as sung by Kali Armstrong, granddaughter of the center's namesake, Neil A. Armstrong.
"01.07.2014 16:52:09" NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center: Advancing Technology and Science Through Flight When you think of NASA, you probably think of space exploration. Aeronautics, the science of flight, is also an important piece of NASA's directive. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center has been on the cutting edge of aeronautical development in p
"30.06.2014 19:18:18" NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center: Advancing Technology and Science Through Flight When you think of NASA, you probably think of space exploration. Aeronautics, the science of flight, is also an important piece of NASA's directive. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center has been on the cutting edge of aeronautical development in p
"27.06.2014 20:36:25" Masten's Xombie Flight Tests Astrobotic's Autonomous Landing System Astrobotic Technology's newly developed autonomous landing system was put to the test recently when it controlled Masten Space Systems' XA-0.1B Xombie suborbital technology demonstration rocket during a flight test at the Mojave Air and Space Port. A