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NASA Aeronautics Web Features and News Releases

Montana Sunset Frames Boeing 787 Research Aircraft

NASA Makes Some Noise Doing Research with Boeing

NASA ‘Drops’ Hundreds of Microphones for Noise Research

Wired Up for Sound, NASA Rides with Boeing 787

NASA Partners with Boeing on Test Flights to Advance Aviation

NASA Takes Delivery of GE Jet Engine for X-59

Honoring Those with the Right Stuff on National Aviation Day

NASA’s Aeronautics Experts Help Prepare Ingenuity to Fly on Mars

More Pieces of the X-59 are Coming Together

Airplace Coloring Pages for Kids

Celebrating Aviation Maintenance Technician Day with Armstrong’s J.C. Coleman

NextGen Aircraft Design is Key to Aviation Sustainability

NASA Looks to University Teams to Advance Aviation Technology

NAC Aeronautics Commitee Meeting Minutes for March 17, 2020

One Word Change Expands NASA’s Vision for Future Airspace Mobility

X-59 QueSST More than the Sum of Its Parts

NASA’s Urban Air Mobility Grand Challenge Advances with Agreement Signings

Webinar Series: Aviation at the Leading Edge

Research in 2019 Enables Future Aviation Advances

NASA’s X-59 Quiet Supersonic Research Aircraft Cleared for Final Assembly

NASA Showcases Benefits of Air Traffic Management Tools

NASA’s Supersonic X-59 QueSST Coming Together at Famed Factory

NASA Looks to 3D Printing to Improve Aircraft Icing Research Tools

Apollo 11’s Return to Earth Rooted in Aeronautics Research

NASA Engages Innovation Faithful at Oshkosh

Putting Universities in Charge Yields Early Success

NASA Aeronautics Selects Three University Teams for Research Help

NASA is With You When You Fly, Even on Mars

NASA Contracts to Demonstrate Unmanned Aircraft Technologies

NASA’s Quiet Supersonic Technology Project Passes Major Milestone

NASA Leads Urban Air Mobility ‘Grand Challenge’ Discussion with Industry

NASA Presents FAA with New Air Traffic Management Technology

NASA Selects Three Ideas to Pursue that Could Help Transform Aviation

NASA Brings Latest Aerospace Technologies to AirVenture 2018

NASA Prepares to Go Public with Quiet Supersonic Tech

NASA’s Experimental Supersonic Aircraft Now Known as X-59 QueSST

Taking Air Travel to the Streets, or Just Above Them

New NASA X-Plane Construction Begins Now

NASA Takes International Aviation Research to the ‘Max’

3D Printing Offers Multi-Dimensional Benefits to Aviation

NASA Aeronautics Ambitious Ideas Showcased

NASA Air Traffic Management Demonstration Goes Live in Charlotte

NASA Air Traffic Management Research Tool Shows New Colors

Industry Provides NASA with Ideas for Next X-Plane

NASA’s New Aviation Horizons Focus of Aerospace Forum

NASA Selects Three Aeronautics Teams to Explore ‘Ambitious’ Ideas

NASA’s Common Research Model Finds Common Ground Worldwide

Longtime NASA Aeronautical Innovator Doug Rohn Retires

NASA and Russia Hold a Seminar on Aviation Safety

University Research Teams to Study Potential Aeronautical Innovations

NASA Study Confirms Biofuels Reduce Jet Engine Pollution

Reduce Fuel Burn With a Dose of BLI

NASA’s Aeronautics Associate Administrator Honored for Innovation

Flight Tests of Air Traffic Tool Complete

NASA Research is Key to Future of Air Transportation

Prototype Air Traffic Tool Ready for Airborne Workout

NASA Aircraft Arrival Technology Gets Big Test in 2017

NASA Takes Next Step in Green Aviation X-planes Plans

Students Get Charged Up Designing Future Electric Aircraft

Five New Ideas to be Explored by NASA Aeronautics Teams

Power of Pink Provides NASA with Pressure Pictures

NASA Electric Research Plane Gets X Number, New Name

NASA Selects Research Proposals for Improving Air Traffic Management

NASA Debuts Initiative Where Universities Take the Lead

NASA Moves to Begin Historic New Era of X-Plane Research

NASA Aeronautics Budget Proposes Return of X-Planes

NASA Research Could Save Commercial Airlines Billions in New Era of Aviation

NASA Aeronautics Combines Past, Present and Future in 2015

NASA Completes High Ice Water Content Radar Flight Campaign in Florida

PRSEUS Composite Survives Torturous Testing

Students Electrify NASA with Future Airplane Designs

NASA Funds Five Teams to Study Inventive Ideas for Aviation

NASA Aero Teams to Study if Wild Ideas are Possible

NASA Tests Aircraft Wing Coatings that Slough Bug Guts

NASA, Boeing ecoDemonstrator Jet Comes to Shreveport for Anti-Bug Research

A Sign from NASA's Past Goes to National Air and Space Museum

"Airplanes" or "Langleys" and Other Tales of the NACA

NASA Aeronautics Ends 2014 in Revolutionary Style

NASA Aeronautics Contributes to Orion’s Atmospheric Flight Capability

Holiday Season Makes Most of NASA Aeronautics Gifts

NASA Tool Helps Airliners Minimize Weather Delays

ACCESS II Confirms Jet Biofuel Burns Cleaner

Full-Scale Tunnel Story Told in New NASA Book

IKOS Debugger Zaps Error Rate for Aviation Software Developers

Remembering ‘First Flights’ on National Aviation Day

NASA Delivers New Air Traffic Spacing Tool to FAA

Seeking Reality in the Future of Aeronautical Simulation

NASA Aeronautics Set to Premiere High-Flying Sequel

NASA Book Reveals Fascination with Wing Twist

NASA Aces Delicate Operation with Aircraft Tail

Looking Back at X-29A in 'Sweeping Forward'

Looking Back at How NASA Looked Ahead during 2013

'Thinking Obliquely' Tells Story of NASA's Scissors Wing Airplane

NASA's Sonic Boom Research Takes "Shape"

NASA Introduces New Blueprint for Transforming Global Aviation

NASA Transfers Delay-Reducing Software to FAA

NASA/LEGO Contest Names Winning Designs

July 31 Deadline for NASA/LEGO Contest

NASA Tests Radio for Unmanned Aircraft Operations

NASA Researchers Sniff Out Alternate Fuel Future

Nothing Bugs These NASA Aeronautical Researchers

NASA Begins Flight Research Campaign Using Alternate Jet Fuel

NASA Books Reveal Wisdom Gained from Failure

Image Gallery: Supersonic Aircraft Making History

NASA Seeks It All: High Lift, Low Drag

Sector 33 Game App Goes Android

NASA Is With You When You Fly

NASA Accepting Applications for Aeronautics Scholarships

New NASA Book Reveals Pressure Suits are Height of Fashion

Hitchhiking Sensors Capture Curiosity's Entry

AMELIA's Innovations Inspire Unusual Dedication

New NASA Book Tells Why Aerospace Accidents Happen

NASA Announces 2012 Aeronautics Scholarship Recipients

8 Questions about NextGen, Part 2: How We'll Get Where We're Going Tomorrow

Sonic Boom Heads for a Thump

Sector 33 Puts You in the Control Tower

Preps Continue for Launching Engine Icing Research

NASA's 2011 Aeronautics Work Makes Mark on Aviation

Airplane Plus Heat Plus Ice Equals Mystery

NASA Helps Create a More Silent Night

NASA Releases Sector 33 Air Traffic Control Educational Game App

NASA Accepting Applications For Aeronautics Scholarships

AIAA Series on Green Aviation

These stories for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' member magazine Aerospace America were written in 2011 and 2012 by Jim Banke and produced in cooperation with NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.(Files are in PDF format. Get a free PDF reader from Adobe here.)

  1. Aircraft and the Environment Part One: Quieter Flight -- A Balancing Act
  2. Aircraft and the Environment Part Two: In Search of Cleaner Skies
  3. Aircraft and the Environment Part Three: Flying Farther on Less
  4. Aircraft and the Environment Part Four: Getting from Gate to Gate

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