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War Technology's "Progress"
Science & Tech  (tags: Israel, technology, weapons, missiles, anti-tank, camouflage, plane, parachuted, New Technology )

- 1291 days ago -
New technology means more business for Israel's munitions industry - a significant part of their export income. Will give new meaning to "carpet bombing". Not sure where the anti-tank equipment will fit "defence", but it will surely sell well abroad.
The First Airbus Electric Plane Is Becoming a Commercial Reality in 2016
Science & Tech  (tags: Airbus, electric, plane, E-Fan, technology.aircraft, Bleriot, channel, flight )

- 1377 days ago -
It flew over the Channel on July 10th 2015 and with over 100 test flights it will be in production next year...
A Solar Powered Plane Will Attempt To Fly Around The World Next Month - Business Insider
Science & Tech  (tags: solar, plane, flight, Around the world )

- 1641 days ago -
On its five-month journey of 35,000 km (22,000 miles), the engines will be powered only by solar energy. The two Swiss pilots will take turns at the controls in the tiny cabin for five consecutive days and nights in the air.
Is This the Strangest Plane Ever Developed By Nasa? The Pivoting 'Scissor' Wing Which Doomed the AD-1 to Stay Grounded
Science & Tech  (tags: plane, Nasa, technology, Ames-Dryden-1, aircraft, design )

- 3101 days ago -
It looks like something out of the latest futuristic Hollywood blockbuster.But this rather odd-looking plane is in fact more than 30 years old.Developed by Nasa in the 1970s, the AD-1 - or Ames-Dryden-1 - was a research aircraft designed to investigate...
NASA Unveils Extraordinary Ideas for the Aircraft of 2025
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, aircraft, modern aviation, technology, plane, designs )

- 3105 days ago -
They are the sort of striking images that wouldn't look out of place in a scene from a sci-fi movie.However, one of these could soon be the face of modern aviation with the unveiling of a new generation of passenger aircraft.
Scientists Developing Origami Spacecraft - Japan
Science & Tech  (tags: japan, scientists, plane, paper plane, space, space station )

- 4177 days ago -
A SPACECRAFT made of folded paper zooming through the skies may sound far-fetched, but Japanese scientists plan to launch paper planes from the International Space Station to see if they make it back to Earth. Earlier this week, the University of Tokyo
Scientists to Launch Paper Planes From Space
Science & Tech  (tags: paper, plane, japan )

- 4181 days ago -
A spacecraft made of folded paper zooming through the skies may sound far-fetched, but Japanese scientists plan to launch paper planes from the Inter

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