NASA Enlarges Its Tailless Flying Wing

As it continues to explore a unique tailless flying-wing design that promises lower drag, NASA Armstrong Research Center has flown the third iteration of its Prandtl-D configuration. The Prandtl-D3, a 25-ft. wing span, remotely controlled aircraft, made its first three flights at the end of October...

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