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Home NASA coordinated successful test flights on the Ikhana unmanned aerial vehicle of equipment that might be used to improve communications between aircraft in flight and on the ground in the Next Generation Air Transportation System. (Image credit: NASA/Sam Kim) NASA coordinated successful test flights on the Ikhana unmanned aerial vehicle of equipment that might be used to improve communications between aircraft in flight and on the ground in the Next Generation Air Transportation System. (Image credit: NASA/Sam Kim)

NASA coordinated successful test flights on the Ikhana unmanned aerial vehicle of equipment that might be used to improve communications between aircraft in flight and on the ground in the Next Generation Air Transportation System. (Image credit: NASA/Sam Kim)

NASA coordinated successful test flights on the Ikhana unmanned aerial vehicle of equipment that might be used to improve communications between aircraft in flight and on the ground in the Next Generation Air Transportation System. (Image credit: NASA/Sam Kim)

NASA coordinated successful test flights on the Ikhana unmanned aerial vehicle of equipment that might be used to improve communications between aircraft in flight and on the ground in the Next Generation Air Transportation System. (Image credit: NASA/Sam Kim)

NASA’s F/A-18B mission support aircraft 852 started flying a series of low-supersonic flight profiles in 2012. (Image credit: NASA/Jim Ross)
Students who were summer interns working on aeronautics research projects visited NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. to brief leadership. (Image credit: NASA/Christopher Osbourn)