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NASA-Langley hypersonic research airplane design from ca.1976

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NASA-Langley hypersonic research airplane design from ca.1976
 

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That's not NASP. That's a NASA-Langley hypersonic research airplane design from no later than 1976.
 

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Another one from the same GRC Image Archive
NASA-Langley hypersonic research airplane design, IDd by Scott here
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,250.msg1503.html#msg1503
 

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The same hypersonic stuff in better quality from Heppenheimer book cover

Hypersonic Plane by Leslie Bossinas. Artist’s concept of an aerospace plane showing aero-thermal heating effects caused by friction as the vehicle flies hypersonically through the atmosphere. The National Aero-Space Plane program provided technology for space launch vehicles and hypersonic cruise vehicles. This vehicle with advanced airbreathing engines would have the capability to take off horizontally from and land on conventional runways, accelerate to orbit, and cruise hypersonically in the atmosphere between Earth destinations. (NASA Art Program, Image 86-HC-217).
 

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Hi,

I know that NASA report from 1974,but it connected with
this topic.
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19750003901_1975003901.pdf
 

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Also,

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19780004095_1978004095.pdf
 

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