Thursday, February 7, 2013

The Coolest and Most Advanced Aircraft

Advanced Technology on Aircraft

           There are so many aircraft have been develop in these era of where technology upgrades and updates so fast. Many technologies have been tested on aircraft to create more fast and easy to maneuver aircraft especially for military purposes.

Today, NASA and Boeing have been still developing many aircraft that will surely blow your socks off with their very advanced and intricate structures. These blog will showcase you some of the coolest plane have been built.

The X Planes

1. Rockwell X-30

       The Rockwell X-30 was an advanced technology demonstrator project for the National Aero-Space Plane (NASP), part of a United States project to create a single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) spacecraft and passenger spaceliner. It was cancelled during the early 1990s, before a prototype was completed, although much development work in advanced materials and aerospace design was completed. While a goal of a future NASP was a passenger liner capable of two hour "trips" from Washington to Tokyo, the X-30 was planned for a crew of two and oriented towards testing. Find more information on Rockwell by visiting this blog or make your own Rockwell X-30 by folding jet paper airplanes on here.

2. Martin Marietta X-24

             The Martin Marietta X-24A was an experimental US aircraft developed from a joint USAF-NASA program named PILOT (1963–1975). It was designed and built to test lifting body concepts, experimenting with the concept of unpowered reentry and landing, later used by the Space Shuttle. Test your own X-24A just visit this link to fold the pointed and stealth paper airplanes

3. Rockwell MBB X-31

The Rockwell-Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm X-31 Enhanced Fighter Maneuverability program was designed to test fighter thrust vectoringtechnology. Thrust vectoring allows the X-31 to fly in a direction other than where the nose is pointing, resulting in significantly more maneuverability than most conventional fighters. An advanced flight control system provides controlled flight at high angles of attack where conventional aircraft would stall.
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4. NASA X-43

The X-43 is an unmanned experimental hypersonic aircraft with multiple planned scale variations meant to test various aspects of hypersonic flight. It was part of NASA's Hyper-X program and has set several airspeed records for jet-propelled aircraft. The X-43 is the fastest aircraft on record at over 6,500 miles per hour (10,461 km/h).
A winged booster rocket with the X-43 placed on top, called a "stack", is launched at speed from a larger carrier plane. After the booster rocket (a modified first stage of the Pegasus rocket) brings the stack to the target speed and altitude, it is discarded, and the X-43 flies free using its own engine, a scramjet. Winged hypersonic jet aircraft will surely enjoy flying at the sky, make your own now.

5. Boeing X-45

The Boeing X-45 unmanned combat air vehicle is a concept demonstrator for a next generation of completely autonomous military aircraft, developed by Boeing's Phantom Works. Manufactured by Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, the X-45 was a part of DARPA's J-UCAS project.

6. Northtrop Grumman X-47a

The Northrop Grumman X-47 is a demonstration Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle. The X-47 began as part of DARPA's J-UCAS program, and is now part of the United States Navy's UCAS-D program to create a carrier-based unmanned aircraft. Unlike the Boeing X-45, initial Pegasus development was company-funded. The original vehicle carries the designation X-47A Pegasus, while the follow-on naval version is designated X-47B. Make your own X-47 on this page to fold delta wing aircraft


Many aircraft have been still made classified or not publicize. Without acknowledging the concepts of nature these aircraft will not be a successful demonstration. Soon, there will be an aircraft that will be just behind the speed of light showing the greatness of the technology today. For more articles and cool stuffs follow us at

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