I can't think of a mil aircraft in the last several decades that DIDN'T run over estimates.
Mars is so tricky to deal with, just landing on it with a manned-type craft will be amazing. The air is so thin that's it's very hard to slow down, and the 1/3rd gravity makes it significantly...
More informative but pointless, since the subject matter of this article is NOT operational histories of unmanned flight vehicles in any sense.
I agree. Having to shut down an engine in mid-flight is not a safety issue? Talk about putting a spin on things!
"Aerion research estimates a market for up to 600 aircraft—now priced at $120 million each, justifying such an investment."
And we'll call it...Concorde II.