NASA New Aviation Horizons

NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center conducts research to advance science, technology and aeronautics through flight. This video highlights some of the flight research and other activities that occurred at NASA Armstrong in 2015 in an effort to support of the agency's strategic goals in Earth science, space exploration, next-generation aviation systems and technology development.

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Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry (SOAR) at USF

The Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry is an interdisciplinary student-run organization at the University of South Florida that researches, develops, and builds aeronautics and rocketry related projects. Sample projects include our multistage, 23'​ - long Taurus I, or our 14'​ long Apis I with an intelligent landing module. We also launch research payloads on request.

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Watch Vikram-S Rocket Being Built

video | November 25, 2022

Get glimpses of the tech and people who contributed to the launch success....

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Boeing Asks FAA To Approve Plan To Fix 787 Peeling Paint Issues

video | November 23, 2022

Did you know it’s not just the Airbus A350 that has had paint issues? In fact, airlines worldwide have experienced paint peeling on Boeing 787 wings and horizontal stabilizer surfaces. And, as a result, Boeing has asked the Federal Aviation Administration regulators to approve its plan to address the problem. Let’s discuss what we know so far, in today’s video....

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Only 3 Airlines Have Long-Haul Flights With The Boeing 757-200

video | November 27, 2022

The 757-200 operates very few long-haul flights nowadays, where we would define 'long-haul' as any route being 3,000 miles (4,828km) or more. Analysis of Cirium data shows that this 757 variant had just 79 long-haul services across 13 routes between November 21st and 27th....

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Lufthansa Airbus A340-600 Returns To Boston Twice In 2 Days

video | November 25, 2022

In early November, a Lufthansa flight departing Boston Logan International Airport for Munich Airport was forced to return to its origin shortly after departure twice in as many days. The flight, operated by an Airbus A340, was ultimately canceled, and the passengers were rerouted to Munich. Let’s examine what happened in today’s video....

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Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry (SOAR) at USF

The Society of Aeronautics and Rocketry is an interdisciplinary student-run organization at the University of South Florida that researches, develops, and builds aeronautics and rocketry related projects. Sample projects include our multistage, 23'​ - long Taurus I, or our 14'​ long Apis I with an intelligent landing module. We also launch research payloads on request.

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