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NASA Research Could Save Commercial Airlines Billions in New Era of Aviation
The nation’s airlines could realize more than $250 billion dollars in savings in the near future thanks to green-related technologies developed and refined by NASA’s aeronautics researchers during the past six years.

NASA Reaches New Heights in 2015
In 2015, NASA explored the expanse of our solar system and beyond, and the complex processes of our home planet, while also advancing the technologies for our journey to Mars, and new aviation systems as the agency reached new milestones aboard the International Space Station.

Retired NASA Pilot to Join Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame
Robert A. Rivers, formerly a NASA research pilot, is being inducted into the Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame.

Subscale Glider Makes First Flight
The first flight of the Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Lower Drag, or Prandtl-D No. 3, completed a set of flight tests on Oct. 28.

Remotely Piloted PTERA Bridges Gap Between Wind Tunnel and Crewed Flight-Testing
On October 22, researchers from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California, and Area-I, Inc., of Kennesaw, Georgia, successfully conducted the maiden flight of a remotely piloted test bed for cutting edge aviation and space technologies.

NASA, Global Aviation Leaders Talk Green Aviation and More at Annual Summit
Representatives from 21 aviation research organizations around the world came together this week at NASA’s Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California to explore solutions for many of today’s most significant aviation challenges.

NASA Developed Technology Aims to Save Commercial Airlines Fuel, Time
Two passenger airlines soon will test NASA-developed software designed to help air carriers save time and reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

NASA Glenn Establishes Hall Of Fame; First Class Inducted September 25
In recognition of those who built exemplary careers and contributed to NASA Glenn Research Center’s success, six individuals and one group of researchers will be inducted into Glenn’s new Hall of Fame.

NASA to Test Emergency Locator Transmitters by Crashing Airplane
Using a Cessna 172 dropped from a height of 100 feet, NASA’s Search and Rescue Mission Office will simulate a severe but survivable plane accident Wednesday, Aug. 26 to test emergency locator transmitters (ELTs). NASA Television will air live coverage of the test, which is scheduled to happen between 1 and 2 p.m. EDT.

NASA Awards Aerospace Propulsion, Communications Research Contracts
NASA has awarded contracts to 13 companies to provide advanced propulsion and communications system technologies as part of ongoing long-term aerospace research activities at the agency’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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