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Home A supercomputer-generated visualization of the pressure field over a conceptual design of the Quiet Supersonic Technology demonstrator, or QueSST. (NASA/James Jensen) A supercomputer-generated visualization of the pressure field over a conceptual design of the Quiet Supersonic Technology demonstrator, or QueSST. (NASA/James Jensen)

A supercomputer-generated visualization of the pressure field over a conceptual design of the Quiet Supersonic Technology demonstrator, or QueSST. (NASA/James Jensen)

A supercomputer-generated visualization of the pressure field over a conceptual design of the Quiet Supersonic Technology demonstrator, or QueSST. (NASA/James Jensen)

A supercomputer-generated visualization of the pressure field over a conceptual design of the Quiet Supersonic Technology demonstrator, or QueSST.
(NASA/James Jensen)

The Dzyne Technologies’ regional jet-sized blended wing body design was one of five concepts by different companies awarded NASA contracts to define what it would take to make them into demonstrator X-planes. (DZYNE Technologies / Brendan Kennelly)