Hermeus, a Georgia-based aerospace startup, wanted to develop a groundbreaking Mach 5 commercial aircraft, and they already scored partnerships with none other than NASA and the U.S. Air Force (USAF). The USAF has signed a $60 million contract with Hermeus to develop and test the company’s first Quarterhorse unmanned hypersonic aircraft and propulsion systems.
The delivery of the first prototype hypersonic hardware to Soldiers of the 5th Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 17th Field Artillery Brigade Hypersonics Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, Friday, October 8, 2021: The U.S. Army equipped […]
Supersonic and hypersonic aircraft are slowly but surely coming back to the forefront of aviation. NASA is in the last development stages of its supersonic research aircraft, X-59, and Stratolaunch is getting ready to operate […]
Russia and their Ministry of Defense released new video of the country’s Zircon hypersonic weapon system. The missile is designed to attack ships and land targets, flying at speeds of nearly Mach 7. Zircon’s speed, […]