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NASA Transportation Science

NASA Green-lights $16.5M To Advance Future Jets 107

Posted by samzenpus
from the how-much-of-that-goes-to-leg-room? dept.
coondoggie writes "NASA said this week four research teams would split $16.5 million to continue developing quieter, cleaner, and more fuel-efficient jets that the agency says will be three generations ahead of airliners in use today. NASA said the money was awarded after an 18-month study of all manner of advanced technologies from alloys, ceramic or fiber composites, carbon nanotube and fiber optic cabling to self-healing skin, hybrid electric engines, folding wings, double fuselages and virtual reality windows to come up with a series of aircraft designs that could end up taking you on a business trip by about 2030."
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NASA Green-lights $16.5M To Advance Future Jets

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