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NASA unveils first electric plane.

NASA unveiled its first all-electric aircraft with the help of several motors and propellers. NASA’s electric aircraft were under construction in 2015, in line with the Italian-made twin-engine propeller aircraft. It is supported by 14 propellers placed along the wings of the aircraft. After reaching altitude, returning 12 propellers will increase the cruise efficiency by 500%. The electric aircraft relies on 800 pounds of batteries that will power its 14 propellers. It will run much quieter and quieter than the aircraft. Flight time is limited to about 45 minutes due to battery capacity, which is expected to increase in the future.

NASA hopes the X-57’s fuel efficiency, low cost of silence and maintenance, will create a better market for short-haul flights. Short-range projections for these aircraft are also quite expensive. The current version of the X-57 sees only two propellers and is due to depart for its first test flight in early 2020. The first flight of the 14 propeller version depends on how well the current model performs.

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    Will the performance of this electric aircraft be 500% higher than that of other aircraft?

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    Will the first flight of the 14 propeller version be successful?

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