US And European Union Said To Be Interested; Would Fly By
Could a new supersonic airliner one day grace the skies again?
Three years after the Concorde went the way of the dodo, it appears
the US and Japan might team up to create a new supersonic passenger
NASA is getting serious about seeking new and better ways of
thinking for space travel (and of course, they wouldn't mind if
it's cheaper, too)... take what's going on in North Dakota these
days as another example.
NASA; Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science
and Technology; and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency have
named Japanese astronaut Takao Doi to the space shuttle crew that
will deliver the first module of the Japanese laboratory, Kibo, to
the International Space Station.