HTV

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AcronymDefinition
HTVHeat Transfer Vinyl
HTVH-II Transfer Vehicle
HTVHamburger Tennis Verband (German: Hamburg Tennis Association; Hamburg, Germany)
HTVHypersonic Technology Vehicle (aircraft)
HTVHyères-Toulon Var Basket (French basketball club; Toulon, France)
HTVHealth, Taste, Vitality (website)
HTVHarlech Television (Wales, UK)
HTVHypersonic Test Vehicle
HTVHrvatska Televizija (Croatian television)
HTVHeidenheimer Tarifverbund (German)
HTVHabitual Traffic Violator
HTVHeavy Tactical Vehicle
HTVHeavy Transport Vehicle (Pakistan)
HTVHoops Television
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Air Force conducted two tests in 2010 and 2011 of its Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle, a rocket-glider system similar to the WU-14.
With a range of 8,000 km, AHW was initially funded as the risk mitigation program of the Hypersonic Technology Vehicle (HTV), which has a range as great as 17,000 km.
(23.) Hypersonic Technology Vehicle (HTV) started as a cooperation scheme between the USAF and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) under the name Force Application and Launch from Continental United States (FALCON).
hypersonic technology vehicle. This new program excluded any development
hypersonic technology vehicle, in response to the restrictions in the
In August last year, the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2) reached Mach 20, but only remained airborne for nine minutes.
The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency may have lost contact with its Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 some 9min after launch, but the 23 April mission would appear to stand as a relative success.
Such technology is in development by scientists and engineers with the Falcon hypersonic technology vehicle, or HTV, program.
In response to the restrictions in the FY2005 Defense Appropriations Act, it restructured the program, and redesignated the CAV as the hypersonic technology vehicle. This new program excluded any development of weapons capabilities for the CAV.
Orbital Sciences, Lockheed Martin The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency may have lost contact with its Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 some 9min after launch, but the 23 April mission would appear to stand as a relative success.
The United States Air Force (USAF) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) test launched a space plane - the Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2), known as the Falcon, at the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
(53) In 2006, the Bush Administration redesignated the CAV as the Hypersonic Technology Vehicle, in response to the restrictions in the FY2005 Defense Appropriations Act.