The Boom XB-1 Baby Boom is a one-third-scale supersonic demonstrator designed by Boom Technology, designed as part of development of the Boom Overture supersonic transport airliner.
It is planned to maintain Mach 2.2, with over 1,000 nmi (1,900 km) of range. Powered by three General Electric J85s, it is expected to be flight tested in 2020.
The XB-1 Baby Boom is 68 ft (21 m) long, has a 17 ft (5.2 m) wingspan and a 13,500 lb (6,100 kg) maximum take-off weight. Powered by three 3,500 lbf (16 kN), non-afterburning J85-15 engines with variable geometry inlets and exhaust.
It has a two-crew cockpit, chined forebody and swept trailing edges. For thermal control, the environmental control system uses the fuel as a heat sink to dump cabin heat.more info: Boom Supersonic
Meet XB-1, Boom’s supersonic demonstrator. Follow the build and take a close look at every component, from flight controls and cockpit to the landing gear and flight systems.