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  • Aeronautics e-books

    This site offers aeronautics ebooks with multiple titles that cover a variety of topics/projects. Resources are primarily historical but with significant emphasis on the projects impact on aeronautics and lessons learned.

  • Explore Flight

    Main NASA Aeronautics Webpage highlighting research in advanced air vehicle concepts, airspace operations and safety, integrated aviation systems, and the nurturing and development of transformative concepts for aviation.

  • Knowledge Community Corner: ARMD’s Tiffany Smith

    Tiffany Smith discusses knowledge sharing in NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.

  • Lessons Learned From the Management of the Low Boom Flight Demonstrator

    As stated in NASA Procedural Requirements document for NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements (NPR 7120.5), the LBFD project was required to conduct a Joint Confidence Level (JCL).

  • NASA Aeronautics Intranet

    The Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate sponsors and maintains a central internal resource for the NASA Aeronautics workforce to access and collaborate.

  • Podcast Episode 12: Flight Demonstrations and Capabilities

    Brent Cobleigh, NASA Flight Demonstrations and Capabilities Project Manager, discusses new technologies that could transform air travel.

  • Podcast Episode: Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign

    NASA Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign Deputy Lead Shivanjli Sharma discusses the “third revolution” in aviation.

  • Technical Excellence

    These timelines highlight technical accomplishments from recent years made by aeronautics scientists and researchers working at the NASA centers. The timelines also include helpful historical checkpoints that provide context for ongoing efforts to understand and explore the frontiers of flight.