HyShot - Hypersonics News
- Exotic Italian research hitches a ride on UQ hypersonic scramjet
- An exotic ceramic material that could one day be used to build hypersonic flight craft will be hitching a ride on a free-flying scramjet flight experiment built by The University of Queensland’s SCRAMSPACE flight team.
- UQ leaders at international hypersonics conference
- The University of Queensland and Australia were among world leaders in space plane and hypersonics research at a conference in France last week.
- SCRAMSPACE scramjet flight gets the green light
- It’s all systems go for the experimental SCRAMSPACE scramjet flight, which passed its Critical Design Review in Brisbane recently.
- SCRAMSPACE - the next frontier
- A talented new team of young scientists and engineers at The University of Queensland (UQ) is building a hypersonic scramjet which will fly at 8600 km/h in South Australia next year.
- Robots imitate honey bees for aircraft aerobatics
- Australian scientists have developed a novel autopilot that guides aircraft through complex aerobatic manoeuvres by watching the horizon like a honey bee.
- Up, up and away with scramjet project
- Parliamentary Secretary for Innovation and Industry Richard Marles MP visited The University of Queensland today Wednesday July14, 2010, to meet scientists and inspect progress on a million project to help develop scramjet-based access-to-space systems.
- One $14m step towards scramjets for access to space
- The University of Queensland will lead a $14 million international consortium to develop scramjet-based access-to-space systems, flying an autonomous scramjet vehicle at eight times the speed of sound – Mach 8, or 8600 km/h.
- UQ staff member celebrates 50 years of service
- As The University of Queensland gears up to celebrate its centenary in 2010, one University staff member will mark his own half-century achievement.
- New materials designed to deal with hypersonic and supersonic hot stuff
- University of Queensland researchers are testing new materials to withstand the extreme heat experienced by hypersonic vehicles in flight so they can fly for substantially longer.
- Aerospace collaboration ready to take off
- Italy, a key nation in aerospace research, has signalled its intention to collaborate more closely on hypersonics research with The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.
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