NASA hypersonic 1954 airbreathing research airplane study

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Obviously have seen this before...but when and where...and what was it?
 

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Gregory,

Dude, I've seen that before! It's been a while too. I wish I had bookmarked the site. But what I do remember reading is that it was proposed to put a single J-2 engine in the tail. I'll go looking.

Moonbat
 
It seems familiar to me as well. It just might be I saw it on Scott's APR and might be what was labeled "follow-on X-15". Then again...
 
Q' apla!! ;D By George, I do believe I found it! Check it out:

http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/x15lect/impli.html

Moonbat
 
Wow .....this thread just lead me to this
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,4763.msg37607/highlight,x-15.html#msg37607
Love the three view!

The delta SERJ version I have nailed down however the rest like the one featured in this thread seem very sketchy, intertwined and lacking of designer heritage.
 

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Thanks to Mr.William J.D. Escher I have a copy of the X-15 SERJ design manual. From which in return I am to fabricate a large RC model.
 

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XP67_Moonbat said:
BINGO!! Q' apla!! ;D By George, I do believe I found it! Check it out:

http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/x15lect/impli.html

Moonbat

Thats it! ;) I have the same article in a storage as the offline web :)
 
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