Posts Tagged ‘NASA’

Lockheed Going Full Speed on Supersonic Aircraft

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Supersonic commercial flights sound amazing in theory but in practice, they’ve been extinct since the Concorde took its last flight in 2003.

The hiccup for domestic flights has been that aircraft can’t break the sound barrier over the United States. …

Alex Garcia Topete’s Music is Collision Between Art, Science

Posted by Heather Noel

Editor’s Note: The <Art / Code> event will bring together 15 digital artists to show off their cutting-edge work at the Aria Stone Gallery on July 27. The event is curated by David Rodriguez (aka Dr. Gorilla) and hosted by

Northrop Engineer’s Lecture to Focus on Space Telescope

Posted by Lance Murray

The chief engineer of Northrop Grumman’s James Webb Space Telescope program will discuss the National Aeronautic and Space Administration’s goals for the program on April 2 at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth.

The lecture …