Powering Flight Innovation | NASA Glenn Research Center

[ MUSIC ]>>ON DECEMBER 17TH, 1903, TWO BROTHERS FROM DAYTON, OHIO WOULD ALTER HUMAN HISTORY FOREVER. ON THAT DAY, WILBUR AND ORVILLE WRIGHT FLEW THEIR WOODEN AND CANVAS MACHINE OFF THE SANDY DUNES IN KITTYHAWK, NORTH CAROLINA, BECOMING THE FIRST TO FLIGHT. HEAVY EXPERIMENTATIONS WITH GLIDERS, LIKE ADVANCEMENTS IN ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES, CONTROLS, AND AERODYNAMICS, PROVIDED…

Lockheed Martin to Build NASA’s Next X-Plane

hello I’m JD Harrington public affairs officer for NASA’s Aeronautics research Mission Directorate I’d like to welcome you today to this news conference where we will announce the agency’s plans for the next experimental aircraft or explain otherwise known is the low boom flight demonstrator or lb FD before we begin a few items to…