Jenkins, Dennis . Landis, Tony; Miller, J. Many have a misconception that X-vehicles have always explored the high-speed and high-altitude flight regimes - something popularized by Chuck Yeager in the original X-1 and the exploits of the twelve men that flew the X-15.
Jenkins, Dennis . Landis, Tony; Miller, Ja. Publication date. Although these flight regimes have always been in the spotlight, many others have been explored by X-vehicles. The little Bensen X-25 never exceeded 85 mph, and others were limited to speeds of several hundred mph.
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Jenkins, Dennis R. American X-vehicles: an inventory, X-1 to X-50/by Dennis R. Jenkins, Tony Landis, and Jay Miller. (Monographs in aerospace history; n. V. Series: NASA history series VI. NASA SP-4531. R47J45 2003 62. 33’0973-dc21. National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Office of External Relations NASA History Office Washington, DC 20546.
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by Dennis R. Hypersonic: The Story of the North American X-15, by Dennis R. Jenkins and Tony R. Landis, Specialty Press, 2003. The X-Planes: X-1 to X-45, by Jay Miller, Midland Counties Publishing, 2001. American X-Vehicles: An Inventory X-1 to X-50 3. For a while, it seemed the series of experimental aircraft sponsored by the U. S. government had run its course. Between the late 1940s and the late 1970s, almost thirty designations had been allocated to aircraft meant to explore new flight regimes or untried technologies.
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