Engineers to start building first X-60A experimental hypersonic rocket

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Engineers to start building first X-60A experimental hypersonic rocket
The US Air Force’s X-60A, an air-dropped liquid rocket being developed for hypersonic flight research, has completed its critical design review, a major milestone in the program that paves the way for its first test flight in March
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Quiz: How many flight test hours did Concorde accumulate during development and testing? (a) 1000
(b) 2500
(c) 5000
(d) 8000

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Inside this issue…
<< SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFTBEATING THE BOOM

Engineers are preparing to flight test supersonic aircraft designs that could see commercial supersonic aviation in our skies for the first time in decades

<< STRUCTURAL TESTINGPREDICTABLE & MEASURABLE

The US Department of Defense has pioneered the use of test equipment to tackle the ‘No Fault Found’ problem and identify degradation in connectors, cables, circuit breakers and LRUs.

<< FLIGHT TESTFUTURE FALCON

Already a Falcon 20 operator, the German Aerospace Centre will replace its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft with a Falcon 2000 business jet by 2020

<< HIGH-SPEED IMAGINGHYPERVELOCITY IMPACT

High-speed imaging technology and techniques are being pushed to their limits to capture the effects of hypervelocity impacts

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