APR 06, 2015 08:02 PM PDT

An Experimental Wing Tests New Propulsion Technologies.

NASA's Leading Edge Asynchronous Propeller Technology (LEAP Tech) is testing new super-efficient electric propulsion systems for future airplanes.
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