Collins Aerospace has extended its involvement in the X-59, a technology demonstrator being developed by Lockheed Martin for NASA. Already a part of the program as avionics supplier, Collins now has been contracted to provide temperature and pressure controls for both pilot and equipment on board, and is to use an out-of-autoclave process to manufacture flight-control surfaces for the aircraft.   The X-59 program is designed to collect data from which an acceptable level of noise from ...

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