en-NASA will make a supersonic aircraft
Breaking news, new mission! As it is known in the United States there is a "sound barrier" that must not be overcome, so there are currently no commercial spacecraft with passengers, because it would create a lot of noise and is interesting. Thus NASA is working on an aircraft that is much quieter and does not make much noise, so it can make commercial flights with passengers in the future, the ship that looks like an airplane is called: X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology.
The first component was put in place in 2018, but only recently did NASA start working seriously on this ship that looks like an airplane and in short is QueSST. NASA quickly assembled and assembled the main components, but now even more serious things are coming, namely the details, which are also related to some technological and technical parts. After all, it is not yet known if it is a ship or an airplane, NASA is thinking of being a kind of supersonic airplane.
But what we know now is that it is being built at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in California. NASA also announced that this commercial supersonic "plane" that will be able to carry passengers in the future, will be able to reach huge (supersonic) speeds of up to 660 mph at sea level.Do not disturb or make noise.
NASA has announced that this aircraft will be an aircraft in the future that will be able to fly quietly and that could reduce by 50% the time of a flight, due to its supersonic power. Until now, NASA hopes that the law banning supersonic planes in the United States will no longer be and lift these rules. NASA has used various mounting functions on this aircraft to locate its wing, tail assembly and fuselage and another laser to verify precise mounting.
So we wish success to NASA and others working on this project and hope that these supersonic aircraft will exist in the future.
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