NASA X-59 QueSST in 1/60 scale
The X-59, short for X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST), is an experimental aircraft being developed by four NASA research centers, General Electric, and Lockheed Martin. The X designation is given to US aircraft and rockets that are used to test new technologies.
The X-59 will test technology that will allow the aircraft to fly faster than the speed of sound over land and reduce the loud sonic boom to a quiet thump. It is NASA’s first piloted experimental aircraft since the X-57 in 2016. Currently, commercial airlines can’t fly faster than the speed of sound over land because it would create a very loud sonic boom.
Available in 1/60 scale. See the chart below for dimensions.
Aircraft Type: X-59 QueSST
Engine Type: -
Livery/Paint scheme: NASA
Base: White resin base with an aluminum upright and NASA logo imprint
|Scale||Length (in/cm)||Wingspan (in/cm)|
|1/60 scale||19.03 in/48.33 cm||5.91 in/15 cm|