The Antonov 225 “Mriya” is the world’s biggest cargo plane that weighs around 285 tons when empty and […]
Ever seen a fighter jet rush past you so fast that you hear a loud bang? Well, that […]
Have you ever wondered about the beginning of one of the most important aeronautical research institution? NACA, stands […]
For years NASA has dominated delivering cargo and satellites to space, and now SpaceX seems to be doing […]
It seems an airplane to observe, that is the name and the meaning. But all the aircraft seem […]
The earth is always pulling us to its centre with its gravity, a force to which all bodies on the planet are subjected to. In the beginning of the space program of United States, reduced gravity was an important matter on the general body behavior, making this study as a key on space exploration and transportation, and a capability of testing the personnel and equipment.
260 years of unsolved and unknown regime of high speed dynamics of gases were broken with the significant flight of the Bell X-1 research vehicle installed under the B-29 bomber of World War II vintage, on October 14, 1947 in the Mojave Desert in California.
Flights within the earth are possible taking into account our atmosphere composed of air. But when talking about flying through outer space or even an almost non-existent atmosphere or one that is composed of other gases like the planets in our solar system, propulsion methods and flight dynamics of the vehicles will be significantly affected.
We’ve all heard various myths, misconceptions, and conspiracy theories regarding the Devil’s Triangle. Do you believe in any of them? Personally I’ve always thought that there must be a rational reason for everything. But what makes the thought of travelling over the Bermuda Triangle so terrifying?
After the first manned flight of the Wright brothers, it did not take more than 20 years to […]
Instead of the normal-looking planes we have today, did you know that a forward-swept wing aircraft existed? The […]
We all saw how spectacular and successful last Saturday’s SpaceX launch was, as it marked the first time in almost a decade that America has launched people into space. But before the fancy new capsules and SpaceX technology came the original space plane, NASA’s space shuttle.