NASA’s new supersonic plane passed safety testing and is approaching its first test flight

NASA’s new supersonic plane passed safety testing and is approaching its first test flight
NASA’s new supersonic plane passed safety testing and is approaching its first test flight

The thorough review ensures that all systems are ready and that potential risks have been mitigated, thus preparing the ground for the next steps in the project. The review was carried out by a board of independent experts from various areas of the US space agency.

How was the safety test that approved NASA’s new supersonic plane?

A flight readiness review board, composed of independent experts from across NASA, completed a comprehensive study of the X-59 project team’s approach on safety matter. This analysis included a detailed evaluation of the procedures and systems intended to protect both the public and personnel during ground and flight testing.

X-59 supersonic aircraft

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The board’s study focused on ensuring that all X-59 systems are safe and operational. This air navigation readiness review is a critical step in the flight approval process, as it validates that the aircraft is ready for its first airborne tests. During this phase, the board provided the X-59 team with valuable information and specific recommendations for ground systems verification and first flight planning.

The experts evaluated both the hardware and software of the X-59ensuring that they function correctly and without risks for the people involved in the tests, the ground systems and the planning of the first flight were also verified.

 
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