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Eighteen-rotor personal helicopter coming to a driveway near you

Eighteen-rotor personal helicopter coming to a driveway near you

Remember that crazy 18-rotor personal helicopter proof of concept from e-volo that we wrote about last November? Looks like the company is ready to take the next step towards making a consumer version of this thing, and ultimately, it may not even be that crazy at all. Yes, we know that this thing looks bizarre. Very, very […]
Honoring Our Flag on Flag Day

Honoring Our Flag on Flag Day

The flag of the United States represents freedom and has been an enduring symbol of our country’s ideals since its early days. The American flag, also nicknamed “Old Glory,” consists of 13 equal horizontal stripes of red (top and bottom) alternating with white, with a blue rectangle in the canton bearing 50 small, white, five-pointed […]

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Miami pilot dubbed ‘Emerging Explorer’ by National Geographic

Miami pilot dubbed ‘Emerging Explorer’ by National Geographic

Barrington Irving flew around the world in a plane he built himself four years ago, becoming the first black pilot and youngest person to ever make the trip. Now he’s a teacher. As a young man at Miami Northwestern Senior High School, Barrington Irving knew he had potential. He imagined a football scholarship to a […]
Stallion 51 Adds L-39 Turbojet to Aircraft Fleet For Unusual Attitude Training (UAT)

Stallion 51 Adds L-39 Turbojet to Aircraft Fleet For Unusual Attitude Training (UAT)

Kissimmee, Florida, April 1, 2012- Stallion 51 Adds L-39 Turbojet to Aircraft Fleet For Unusual Attitude Training (UAT) Stallion 51 has expanded their flight operational syllabus to include an introduction to unusual attitude training utilizing their specialized L-39 Turbojet. It is an educational and exhilarating flying experience at the controls of this dual-cockpit, dual-control jet […]

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NASA Invites Social Media Fans To Mars Landing Event

NASA Invites Social Media Fans To Mars Landing Event

WASHINGTON, June 5, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — NASA will host a 3-day NASA Social for 25 of its social media followers Aug. 3-5 at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif. The NASA Social is scheduled to culminate in the landing of the Mars Science Laboratory’s Curiosity rover at Mars’ Gale crater. The landing is anticipated at approximately 1:31 a.m. EDT Aug. 6. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20081007/38461LOGO) The […]
Solar plane on historic intercontinental flight

Solar plane on historic intercontinental flight

A Swiss pilot flew a solar plane across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain into Moroccan airspace Tuesday on the world’s first intercontinental flight in a plane powered by the sun. Bertrand Piccard, a 54-year-old psychiatrist and balloonist, took off before dawn from Madrid in the Solar Impulse, an aircraft as big as an Airbus […]

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Six Months to Victory

Six Months to Victory

Flight Petty Officer Saburo Sakai was having a good day. His squadron of A6M2 Zeros of the Tainan Wing had departed Rabaul, New Britain, more than 500 miles northwest of the previously obscure island of Guadalcanal, responding to an American amphibious landing. In a series of combats north of the island, Sakai had shot down […]

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SpaceX’s Dragon splashes down

SpaceX’s Dragon splashes down

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy  SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule parachuted to a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean today, ending the first-ever commercial mission to the International Space Station. The 19-foot-long (6-meter-long), gumdrop-shaped Dragon made history last week as the first U.S. craft to reach the orbital station since […]
747 Pilot comments about carrying the Shuttle

747 Pilot comments about carrying the Shuttle

A quick “trip report” from the pilot of the 747 that flew the shuttle back to Florida after the Hubble repair flight.A humorous and interesting inside look at what it’s like to fly two aircraft at once . . . Well, it’s been 48 hours since I landed the 747 with the shuttle Atlantis on […]
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