The Future Of Airliners? • Discoverology

The Future Of Airliners?

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One that could shake up the duopoly of Boeing and Airbus to force competition and new designs? Take a look at the D8, nicknamed the Double Bubble, developed by Aurura, MIT and with the help of NASA.

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