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Pentagon funds creation of a “university consortium for applied hypersonics”

The US Department of Defense announced it would award Texas A&M University’s Engineering Experiment Station $20 million per year over a 5-year...
India's hypersonic demonstrator vehicle test

India shares footage of Mach 6 hypersonic demonstrator test

India has carried out what it says is a successful test of the country's locally-developed hypersonic technology demonstrator vehicle (HSTDV).
HAWC hypersonic weapon illustration

US completes captive carry tests of two HAWC hypersonic weapons

The two HAWC variants were designed and developed by Lockheed Martin and Raytheon Technologies

Rolls-Royce invests in hypersonic engine specialist Reaction Engines

Reaction Engines and Rolls-Royce have entered into a new strategic partnership agreement to develop high-speed aircraft propulsion systems. The...
Minuteman III

US Air Force accidentally releases potential hypersonic nuclear weapon plans

US defense department officials continue to say that hypersonic capability is limited to non-nuclear weapons.
Stratofortress with hypersonic weapon

US Air Force completes another ARRW hypersonic weapon test

The ARRW hypersonic prototype is set for its first booster test flight later this year.
Hermeus Mach 5 jet

The Air Force One could soon get a Mach 5 jet

The US Air Force and the Presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate have awarded Hermeus Corporation, an aerospace company developing Mach 5 commercial...
VORTEX engine

Sierra Nevada Corp tests VORTEX engine for DARPA’s OpFires hypersonic program

OpFires is a joint DARPA and US Army program seeking to develop an advanced booster capable of delivering a variety of payloads at a variety of ranges.

US carries out second test of hypersonic glide body

The navy and army are working closely with industry to develop the C-HGB with navy as the lead designer, and army as the lead for production.

Russia declares hypersonic Avangard missile operational

Avangard is capable of travelling 27 times the speed of sound.

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