NASA To Focus On Electric Propulsion, Urban Air Mobility
NASA is to continue its development of aircraft electric propulsion and step up work on urban air mobility despite cutting its budget request for aeronautics research by 3.3% for fiscal 2019, to $634 million. But more than $88 million of that funding is planned to go toward a low-boom supersonic X...
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