NASA Advances Mars Glider Flights

Credit: Prandtl-M: NASA
NASA has resumed subscale flight tests of a flying-wing aircraft being developed to potentially fly in the atmosphere of Mars. The flights involved two slightly different aerodynamic configurations of the Prandtl-M aircraft, dropped from a remotely piloted aircraft. Prandtl-M stands for Preliminary...

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