Scientists at NASA's Glenn Research Center have developed a method for fabricating low-density, flexible aerogel composites for use as thermal insulation. Ideal in environments with temperatures of up to 1200 °C.
Researchers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center have dramatically improved upon existing ground collision avoidance technology for aircraft.
NASA Glenn’s novel material significantly improves mechanical properties of traditional aerogels.
This Real-Time Sonic Boom Display for aircraft is designed by NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center and enables pilots to control boom placement
This shape-sensing technology offers high resolution (0.5-inch) and a 60-Hz refresh rate in a small, lightweight package that uses fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors and ultra-efficient, real-time algorithms.