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BigPic: An Aircraft-Fire Simulator Goes Up In Smoke
On command, Daddy's Girl Rose Etta II burns down--and burns through 800 gallons of propane.
A Map Of Where Drones Are Allowed In The U.S.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation releases the Federal Aviation Administration's drone authorization list. See who's allowed to fly drones in your neighborhood!
Who is Flying Drones in the U.S. and Where Are They Flying?
FAA releases a list of authorized domestic UAVs
Drones Will Be Admitted to Standard US Airspace By 2015
The skies are going to look very different pretty soon, and it’s been a long time coming. Congress finally passed … Continued
Amazing Video: ‘Jetman’ Yves Rossy Makes First U.S. Flight, Cruising Above the Grand Canyon at 190 MPH
Yves Rossy, a.k.a. “Jetman,” made good on his promise to dazzle onlookers at the Grand Canyon this morning by flying … Continued
Federal Aviation Administration Exploring Possibilities of Unmanned Commercial Flight
Passenger drones may take wing soon
GPS-Guided Landing Tech Implemented At Last, Making Airliner Descents More Precise
If you’re like most people, there’s a thought that runs through your mind anytime you’re checking into a flight, passing … Continued
Can It Be True? Rocket Racing League Announces Exhibition Flights
If all goes well (fingers crossed!), we’ll see rocket racers in the air this summer.
Missile-jamming lasers and â€œrefuse to crashâ€ software are ready to fly on civilian aircraft