Martin X-24B Lifting Body

Martin Marietta X-24

米国
役割Concept demonstrator aircraft
初飛行24 October 2000
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Martin Marietta X-24 was an American experimental aircraft developed from a joint United States Air Force-NASA program named PILOT (1963–1975). It was designed and built to test lifting body concepts, experimenting with the concept of unpowered reentry and landing, later used by the Space Shuttle. Originally built as the X-24A, the aircraft was later rebuilt as the X-24B. The X-24 was drop launched from a modified B-52 Stratofortress at high altitudes before igniting its rocket engine; after expending its rocket fuel, the pilot would glide the X-24 to an unpowered landing.

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Martin X-24B Lifting Body Walk Around
写真家John Heck, Randy Ray
ローカライゼーション国立博物館のUSAF
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