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The NASA Hyper-X Program

The NASA Hyper-X Program

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Published by International Astronautical Federation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Paris, France, [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Technologies.,
  • Hypersonic speed.,
  • Hypersonic vehicles.,
  • Data bases.,
  • Air breathing engines.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD. Freeman ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 207243
    ContributionsFreeman, D., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17133042M

    link to the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Fact Sheet for the Hyper-X program. eBook edition of Balls Eight: History of the Boeing NBB Stratofortress Mothership My book Balls Eight: History of the Boeing NBB Stratofortress Mothership is now available as an eBook for just $, a considerably reduced price compared to the print edition. After almost 50 years flying service the Balls 8 was retired from active service with NASA on Decem , following its participation in the Hyper-X program. [3] Boeing X

    - The X is an unmanned experimental hypersonic aircraft with multiple planned scale variations meant to test various aspects of hypersonic flight. It was part of Nasa's Hyper-X program and has set several airspeed records for jet-propelled aircraft. The X is the fastest aircraft on record at approx. miles per. The accomplishment will be included in the Guinness World Records book, set for release this time next year, as follows: On 27 March , NASA's unmanned Hyper-X (XA) airplane reached Mach , almost seven times the speed of sound. The XA was .

      The NASA mishap investigation board, charged to review the loss of the XA Hyper-X program research vehicle during its June 2, launch, .   Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this NASA report provides a comprehensive history of the XA Hyper-X (Hypersonic Experiment) program. More In this NASA project, a supersonic combustion ramjet (scramjet) engine was flight tested on a .


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The NASA Hyper-X Program Download PDF EPUB FB2

NASA Hyper-X Program Demonstrates Scramjet Technologies XA Flight Makes Aviation History A modified Pegasus booster rocket ignites moments after release from the BB, beginning the acceleration of the XA over the Pacific Ocean in March of The XA vehicle is mounted on the nose of the rocket.

This paper provides an overview of NASA''s Hyper-X Program; a focused hypersonic technology effort The NASA Hyper-X Program book to move hypersonic, airbreathing vehicle technology from the laboratory environment to the flight environment.

This paper presents an overview of the flight test program, research objectives, approach, schedule and status. The flight was the culmination of NASA's Hyper-X Program. Hyper-X, a seven-year, approximately $ million ground and flight test program, explored alternatives to rocket power for space access vehicles.

This is the second world speed record earned by the Hyper-X Program. The first followed a Mach (approximately 5, mph) flight in March. NASA "Hyper-X" Program Demonstrates Scramjet Techologies XA Flight Makes Aviation History NASA made aviation history with the first and second successful flights of a scramjet-powered airplane at hypersonic speeds - speeds greater than Mach 5 or five times the speed of sound.

The X was an experimental uncrewed hypersonic aircraft with multiple planned scale variations meant to test various aspects of hypersonic was part of the X-plane series and specifically of NASA's Hyper-X program. It set several airspeed records for jet X is the fastest aircraft on record at approximately Mach A winged booster rocket with the X placed on top.

COVID Resources. Reliable information The NASA Hyper-X Program book the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

If NASA researchers have their way, the record won’t stand long. The final flight in the Hyper-X program is scheduled to take place in October, when another X.

Facing the Heat Barrier: A History of Hypersonics. Heppenheimer. Facing the Heat Barrier: A History of Hypersonics. Heppenheimer. Hypersonics is the study of flight at speeds where.

aerodynamic heating dominates the physics of the problem. Typically this is Mach 5 and higher. Hypersonics is an engineering science with close. NASA “Hyper-X” Program Demonstrates Scramjet Techologies: XA Flight Makes Aviation History.

September 9, Aviation History 0. A modified Pegasus booster rocket ignites moments after release from the BB, beginning the acceleration of the XA over the Pacific Ocean in March of The XA vehicle is mounted on the nose of the.

Hyper-X. The $ million NASA Langley Hyper-X XA effort was an outgrowth of the canceled National Aerospace Plane (NASP) program on which NASA was a collaborator. Rather than developing and flying a large, expensive spaceplane with orbital capability, Hyper-X flew small test vehicles to demonstrate hydrogen-fueled scramjet engines.

Program, to develop airbreathing hydrogen or hydrocarbon fueled propulsion systems for access to space; (2) the Langley Research Center (LaRC) led Hyper-X progranl to develop and fly a scramjet propelled subseale hypersonic vehicle at Maeh 7 and 10; and (3) the Glenn Research Center (GRC) led GTX program, the Glenn Trailblazer Program.

Suggested Citation:"B AIR FORCE HYPERSONIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM."National Research Council. Review and Evaluation of the Air Force Hypersonic Technology gton, DC: The National Academies Press.

doi: /   The final flight in the Hyper-X program is scheduled to take place in October, when another XA aircraft will attempt to fly at Mach 10 -- ten times the speed of sound -- or 7, mph. (Hypersonic Experiment) program. In this NASA project, a supersonic combustion ramjet (scramjet) engine was flight tested on a subscale vehicle.

The XA Hyper-X Research Vehicle (HXRV) was launched from a BB mothership, then boosted to the test speed by a modified Pegasus rocket first stage, called the Hyper-X Launch Vehicle (HXLV). The eight-year, $ million NASA Hyper-X program is a high-risk, high-payoff research program.

NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton. The flight was the culmination of NASA’s Hyper-X Program. Hyper-X, a seven-year, approximately $ million ground and flight test program, explored alternatives to rocket power for space access.

Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this NASA report provides a comprehensive history of the XA Hyper-X (Hypersonic Experiment) program. In this NASA project, a supersonic combustion ramjet (scramjet) engine was flight tested on a subscale vehicle.

The accomplishment will be included in the Guinness World Records book, set for release this time next year, as follows: "On 27 MarchNASA's unmanned Hyper-X.

swight writes " is reporting that NASA has revealed its plans for developing Hypersonic aircraft within 2 decades. These plans include planes that could routinely go Mach 5+ and capable of taking off from an airport and visiting the IIS, or for you earthbound folk, from one airp.

The flight was the culmination of NASA's Hyper-X Program. Hyper-X, a seven-year, approximately $ million ground and flight test program, explored alternatives to.

"On 16 November,NASA's unmanned Hyper-X (XA) aircraft reached Mach The XA was boosted to an altitude of 33, m (, ft) by a Pegasus rocket launched from beneath a BB.The accomplishment will be included in the Guinness World Records book, set for release this time next year, as follows: "On 27 MarchNASA's unmanned Hyper-X (XA) airplane reached.The NASA HYPER-X program 4 addresses a few of these issues but does not include work on relevant overall guidance and control issues important to a hypersonic missile system.

The primary uncertainty in the guidance and control system prior to the terminal phase is in the control algorithms.