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Why There are not new aircrafts ?

Im wondering why there are no more aircraft because i saw the fastest one ever was the SR-71 blackbird with 3.592 kmph it was 22 December 1964

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There are new aircraft being developed all the time. The SR71 is a mission specific bird who's primary mission was overflight of adversary terrain. Satellites are more cost effective and stealthy but cannot cover all places all of the time also, due to refueling needs cannot always be re-positioned as needed so are not a perfect solution. The supersonic aircraft have issues as well high operational costs, time to get over target, the potential of getting shot down and, believe it or not legal limitations it's ******* to go supersonic with very few exceptions in US airspace. There is new ramjet tech being developed that will fly in near space at much higher speeds that along with better sensor packages should help fill the gaps but last i read new materials need to be developed first.

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Thomas,
There is nothing to wonder, new aircraft are in design,,,, in the coming days it will going to coming .. wait and see..
with regards,
jaijith

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Space has put an end to this type of spy aircraft and cost to operate is very expensive

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Will composite planes have the same longevity as all-metal planes?


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