North American X 15

Author: Peter E. Davies
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472819934
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With historical photographs and stunning digital artwork, this is the story of arguably the greatest of the X-Planes.

Hypersonic

Author: Dennis R. Jenkins
Publisher: Specialty Press
ISBN: 1580071317
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This is the most extensively researched history of the X-15 program yet produced, written with the cooperation of surviving X-15 pilots as well as many other program principals.

X Planes Photo Scrapbook

Author: Dennis R. Jenkins
Publisher: Specialty Press
ISBN: 1580070760
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(U.S. Space and Rocket Center) The North American X-15 was arguably the most
successful highspeed flight research program ever undertaken.The X-15 was
constructed specifically to explore the hypersonic (Mach 5+) flight regime, along
with the necessary structures, propulsion systems, and control techniques.
Although widely discounted at the time, a secondary purpose of the program was
to explore the possibilities of flight outside the sensible atmosphere. The aircraft
proved ...

X Planes At Edwards

Author: Steve Pace
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610607865
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He accomplished this feat while piloting an experimental rocket-powered
airplane, the Bell X-l . This event and others led directly to the development of the
supersonic US Air Force Century Series of jet-powered fighter aircraft, beginning
with the North American F-100 Super Sabre. Three North American X-15s, which
are still the world's fastest and highest flying winged aircraft, were tested at
Edwards AFB from mid-1959 to late 1968. Knowledge gained from the 199 X-15
flights ...

X Planes Pushing The Envelope Of Flight

Author: Steve Pace
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610607834
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20 November 1953, Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket achieves Mach 2.005, world's
first doublesonic flight by a manned airplane — 7 September 1956, Bell X-2
attains altitude of 125,907 feet, world's first flight above 100,000 feet by a manned
airplane — 27 September 1956, Bell X-2, Mach 3.196 (2,369.68 miles per hour),
world's first triplesonic flight by a manned airplane — 7 March 1961, North
American X-15, Mach 4.43 (2,905 miles per hour), world's first quadrasonic flight
by a manned ...

Bell X 2

Author: Peter E. Davies
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472819594
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Two weeks previously it became the first manned aircraft to fly above 100,000ft,
attaining an unofficial world record of 126,200ft. Although these achievements
were somewhat overshadowed in the 1960s by the North American X-15A-2 (see
Osprey X-Planes No. 3 – North American X-15 for further details), which flew at
more than twice the X-2's maximum speed and almost three times its best altitude
performance, the X-2 contributed significantly towards the structural, control and ...

Virgin Galactic

Author: Erik Seedhouse
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319092626
Size: 34.67 MB
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... 2. www.manned.net/encyclopedia/Russian_space_dogs/ 3. www.danpritchard.
com/wiki/Suborbital_spaceflight 4. www.spacechimps.com/theirstory.html 5. www
.purr-n-fur.org.uk/famous/felix.html 6. www.virtualsciencecenter.com/
airandspacemuseum/libertybell7.net/ 7. www.owensarchive.com/aviation-3/test-
aircraft-x-planes-349/northamerican-x-15-322/ 8. www.nasm.si.edu/galleries/
GAL100/X-15.html 9. www.fiddlersgreen.net/AC/aircraft/North-American-X15/X-
15info/X15-info.htm ...

The Ufo Bible

Author: Rafal Col
Publisher: Rafal Col
ISBN:
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The North American F-86 Sabre, so famous during the Korean War, was
developed directly from German technology, the prototype flying on October 1,
1947. Two weeks later, on October 14, 1947, Captain Chuck Yeager broke the
sound barrier in the Bell X-1. A series of stunning and incredible flights followed
with the X-planes leading the way toward the edge of space. By 1958 the first
North American X-15 was rolled out and by June, 1960, an X-15, powered by a
Viking Rocket ...

X 15

Author: John Anderson
Publisher: Zenith Press
ISBN: 1610589270
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They are: At the Edge ofSpace: The X-15 Flight Program by Milton O. Thompson (
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992); Hypersonic: The Story of the North
American X-15 by Dennis R. Jenkins and Tony R. Landis (Specialty Press, 2003);
X-15: Extending the Frontiers of Flight by Dennis R. Jenkins (NASA SP-2007-562
, U.S. Government Printing Office, 2007); and The X-Planes: X-1 to X-45 by Jay
Miller (Midland Publishing, 2001). This book is written from a different perspective
than ...