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NASA and Lockheed Martin Skunk Works formally unveiled the X-59 quiet supersonic aircraft in a rollout ceremony held in Palmdale, California, on Jan. 12. Lockheed said Friday that the experimental airplane was designed to quiet and solve the sonic boom, a persistent challenge of supersonic flight.More
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works advanced development arm has partnered with telecommunications services provider Verizon to demonstrate 5G-enabled visualization content streaming on edge computing devices for military sustainment missions. The partnership validated capabilities in three technology areas: 5G at the edge for latency-critical interactions of augmented, virtual and extended reality applications; streaming of real-time, 3D visualization content; and streaming to edge computing devices, Lockheed said Monday.More
A team featuring Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works advanced development arm and the U.S. Air Force has demonstrated new avionics capabilities as part of the U-2 Dragon Lady aircraft modernization effort. The aerospace company said Wednesday that a low-altitude functional check flight test was conducted to test three capabilities in support of the military branch's Avionics Tech Refresh program for the reconnaissance aircraft.More
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works subsidiary demonstrated communications between six fifth-generation fighter jet and one reconnaissance aircraft during a test with the U.S. Air Force and the Missile Defense Agency. The flight test titled Project Hydra had five F-35s, one U-2 and and one F-22 aircraft link with each other to share data and build real time situational awareness for ground-based operators, the company said Monday.More
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