Aerospace InventionsInnovations in aerospace industry
The Diamond is the only one of its kind ever built.
November 2001 | By Becki Bell
The Apollo Lunar Module wasn't pretty. But it got the job done.
September 2001 | By D.C. Agle
Why General Electric put an airplane engine on a truck and drove it to the top of Pikes Peak.
May 2001 | By Donald Sherman
When the job demands ingenuity, NASA engineers whip gadgets worthy of James Bond.
May 2001 | By Eric Adams
The wonderful, unworkable world of airplane design in the years before the Wright brothers.
March 2001 | By Phil Scott
Can tiny aircraft deliver the big picture?
May 2000 | By Peter Garrison
It's only a small pane in the International Space Station.
May 2000 | By Leonard David
Collectors of survival equipment have a craving for flight helmets, life vests, ejection seats—even shark repellant.
January 2000 | By Tom Harpole
Somewhere in those symbols, lines, and colors is all the information you need to fly from here to there.
November 1999 | By Stephan Wilkinson
A dedicated craftsman explores the invention of the airplane by recreating its predecessors.
May 1998 | By Tom Crouch
What has four wheels and flies? The dream of a roadable airplane continues.
January 1996 | By John Grossman
In 1947, no airplane had ever gone faster than the speed of sound.
December 1990 | By Stephan Wilkinson