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Featured in Other Media: Flying Farther on Less
The July 2011 issue of Aerospace America contained this article about NASA Aeronautics' research into technologies to conserve aircraft fuel including increasing jet engine efficiency, minimizing drag on the aircraft, or using lighter materials for the airframe. This article is copyrighted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is used with their permission.
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Featured in Other Media: In Search of Cleaner Skies
The May 2011 issue of Aerospace America contained this article about NASA Aeronautics' efforts to reduce hazardous aircraft emissions whil also balancing the need to lower overall aircraft operation costs and to improve fuel efficiency. This article is copyrighted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is used with their permission.
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Featured in Other Media: Energy Now! "Future of Flight"
This seven-minute news feature from reporter Josh Epps aired on Bloomberg Television's "Energy Now!," a half-hour weekly TV news-magazine and opinion program that informs Americans on energy issues, explores how NASA is helping aviation to meet new needs and pressures with new aircraft designs and advanced fuels.
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Featured in Other Media: Quieter Flight, A Balancing Act
The March 2011 issue of Aerospace America contained this article about NASA Aeronautics' research into technologies to reduce aircraft noise. This article is copyrighted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is used with their permission.
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Featured in Other Media: Thinking Ahead
The October 25, 2010, issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology contained this article about NASA Aeronautics' research into intelligent flight deck technologies. This article is copyrighted by The McGraw-Hill Companies and is used with their permission.
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Featured in Other Media: Green Gets Airborne
The September 2010 issue of Assembly magazine contained this article about current research by NASA and aerospace manufacturers into aircraft propulsion systems that will eventually further reduce noise, emissions, and improve fuel efficiency. This article is copyrighted by Assembly Magazine/BNP Media and used with their permission.
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