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X-48C Takes to the Air on Its First Flight

The remotely operated X-48C Blended Wing Body aircraft lifts off Rogers Dry Lake at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., on its first test flight Aug. 7, 2012. The sub-scale technology demonstrator, modified from the prior X-48B configuration, began a new flight test phase in a partnership between NASA and The Boeing Company's Phantom Works research and technology division. ( More...

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James Brown 2
OOPS. I meant the USAF hyper speed AC. Just goes to show speed reading is not perfected yet for all of us. Humble apologies.
zennermd 1
Very cool!
James Brown 1
Darn. I'll bet #4 makes it.


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