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Knowledge inspires. Knowledge empowers. In that spirit, AIAA’s membership magazine informs you about the critical technology and policy issues through intelligent and highly visual journalism. Stay on top of the latest developments with our free online news stories. Then go deeper by receiving our visually stunning, print edition magazine with its in-depth articles, graphics and photos — all of which is available to members online as well. Aerospace America provides you with the knowledge, ideas and inspiration that can help you shape your career and the future of aerospace.
The combined July–August 2020 issue of Aerospace America is now live. Don’t miss the cover story, "Virtual Travel," by Sarah Wells. Also, see if you possess the knowledge to solve this month's AeroPuzzler: Gliding Like a Frigate Bird:
A magnificent frigate bird is gliding in calm air with a ground speed of just a few knots. Normally, such a low ground speed would be impossible for a U-2 spy plane. But the pilot, looking at the tropical forecast, predicts that later in the day he can match the frigate bird’s low ground speed. How might that be possible?
Draft a response of no more than 250 words and email it by midnight Eastern Aug. 4 to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to have your name published in the July/August issue.
Latest News from Aerospace America
NASA’s next Mars rover is poised for liftoff
July 29, 2020
PANDEMIC NEWS UPDATE: NetJets brings back furloughed flight crews; fresh aid proposed for U.S. airlines and airports
July 29, 2020
PANDEMIC NEWS UPDATE: Udvar-Hazy Center to reopen; Delta cracks down on mask exemptions; pandemic prompts a goodbye to Boeing 747s from British Airways
July 22, 2020
UAE’s Mars probe targets more than science at the red planet
July 17, 2020
University of Colorado announces new hypersonics initiative
July 15, 2020
Aerospace America Archives & Flipbook
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