It's not a scramjet. I think your thinking of the Boeing X-51 Waverider. The X-52 designation has never been used before, so thats why I used it.
Great video.. :)
Nose que quisiste hacer en esos 29 min de videos inutiles.... Pense que era un scramjet como se llama x-52....😒😒😒
@JohnnyBoythePilot just the highlights please
Hey btw do you guys think flying videos like these should show the whole flight, or should I chop & edit the video down to just the key/highlight moments of the flight?
I like to think of it as this in the RP: Rainier Aerospace uses flight simulations & software to virtually "test fly" their designs before-hand and perfect their flight dynamics, that way the real-world aircraft has good flight dynamics by its official first flight, that way no unexpected "surprises" occur on the flight. Boeing and Northrop Grumman have done this with the 777, 787 and YF-23; where they perfected the flight dynamics in a flight simulator, and I'm pretty sure every new plane nowadays by any major aerospace manufactures like Airbus or LockMart was done like this too, especially with the F-35.
Well obviously I flew it in SP before-hand to get the flight dynamics right, but this is the canonical/"official" first flight in my company RP.
If it was the first flight how did you know it was gonna fly?