NASA’s Experimental X-59 “Quiet” Supersonic Aircraft Moves One Step Closer to Flight | News

Welcome to this week’s Intelligence Brief… on Wednesday, NASA announced that its mission to deliver quiet supersonic flight to commercial aviation saw significant advancements as its experimental X-59 moves toward verification of airworthiness. We’ll be taking a look at 1) the latest developments with the supersonic aircraft as it moves toward its testing phase, 2) how NASA’s Quesst mission aims to revitalize the long-dormant commercial component of overland supersonic flight, and 3) what will be required as the X-59 undergoes some of its most significant assessments yet.

Quote of the Week

“None of these systems have ever worked and played together before. It’s a brand-new thing that we are developing, even though they’re components that have been on different legacy aircraft.”

– Brad Neal, X-59 Airworthiness and Flight Safety Review board chairman

Latest News: Recently at The Debrief, a warp drive breakthrough has been unveiled by leading propulsion researchers, DARPA is funding the development of a military-grade quantum laser prototype, and experts theorize that AI superintelligence could be the reason we haven’t detected alien civilizations. All of our recent stories can be found at the end of this week’s newsletter. 

Podcasts: In podcasts this week, on The Debrief Weekly Report, Kenna and Stephanie examine new…


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