NASA X: Environmentally Responsible Aviation
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The aircraft of today are quieter, more efficient and stronger than anyone could have imagined even a few short years ago. Future aircraft will continue this trend and become even more efficient and dependable, reaching unimaginable goals that today's aircraft could never reach. But how will they reach these goals and who is doing the important work to change the way we all fly?
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NASA X series
- 1 Boeing 747
- 2 Boeing 787
- 3 Boeing 747SP-J6
- 4 Boeing X-48
- 5 Boeing 787
- 6 Boeing X-48B
- 7 "Boeing 797" hoax design
- 8 Boeing 737 Next Generation
- 9 Boeing 737
- 10 Boeing 787-8
- 11 RAeS RS-001 (Concept Aircraft)
- 12 Generic Airliner
- 13 Boeing 777-381(ER)
- 14 Boeing 787-8
- 15 Boeing 737-7H4(WL)
- 16 Concept Aircraft
- 17 Boeing 737 Next Generation
- 18 Boeing 747
- 19 Boeing 787
- 20 Boeing 737-924(ER)
- 21 Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor
- 22 Junkers Ju 52
- 23 Junkers Ju 52/3mfe
- 24 Unidentified Aircraft
- 25 Wright A
- 26 Vought O2U Corsair
- 27 North American P-51 Mustang
- 28 Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor
- 29 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
- 30 Airbus A320-111
- 31 Boeing 737-924(ER)
- 32 RAeS RS-002 (Concept Aircraft)
- 33 NASA CESTOL (Concept Aircraft)
- 34 Concept Aircraft
- 35 See also
Registration C-FPAW, c/n 21934/467, built in 1980.
RAeS RS-001 (Concept Aircraft)
Conceptual blended wing body airliner.
Test registration N5014K, c/n 32648/529, built in 2005. Before deliver to ANA-All Nippon Airways (registration JA733A), Boeing used this as QTD2 (Quiet Technology Demonstrator 2) test aircraft, with the ANA livery.
Registration N787EX, c/n 40691/2, built in 2009. In 2015, Boeing donated this aircraft, with the ANA-All Nippon Airways livery, to Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.
Registration N761RR, c/n 27875/495, built in 2000.
Registration N53442, c/n 33536/3027, built in 2009.
Registration D-2526, c/n 4023 built in 1933.
Re-used image in NASA X: Game Changing Technologies.
From a movie filmed in 1908 in France.
Boeing 787 arrives at Farnborough Air Show 2010.
Registration N787BX, s/n 40692/003, built in 2009, first flight 14 March 2010, preserved at Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington since 8 November 2014.
Airbus A320-111 of Airbus, registration F-WWBA, c/n 001, built in 1987. Preserved at Aeroscopia Museum in Toulouse as F-WWAI (its original registration) since October 2017.
Registration N53441, c/n 30131/3014, built in 2009.
RAeS RS-002 (Concept Aircraft)
NASA CESTOL (Concept Aircraft)
NASA Cruise-Efficient Short Take-Off and Landing (CESTOL) concept aircraft.