The liquid-metal machine could one day help make aluminum components on a ship out at sea.
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The craft will go very fast and may someday transport soldiers into battlefields of the future.
An Alphabet project that used stratospheric balloons to deliver connectivity to people below is permanently coming down to Earth.
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Let’s take a look at the past, present, and future of the airborne White House.
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