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The US Navy has completed its first ever aircraft carrier-based catapult launch of an unmanned aircraft, an X-47B, from the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), on 14 May 2013.
AeroSpaceNews.com presents the next installment in our series of Hot Pics of amazing airplanes, helicopters, spacecraft and other things that fly. This HD video episode features the awesome X-47B UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, or UAS Unmanned Aerial System or because this one “could” be armed with weapons, Unmanned Combat Air System… to many, it is just a drone. It begins with a sequence documenting that historic first X-47B launch from the aircraft carrier and continues with more footage, including air-to-air, from the UCAS-D program to date.
You may have heard of this video – perhaps on the evening news. Now former International Space Station (ISS) Commander Chris Hadfield, well known as a music lover, singer and musician, to say nothing of his prolific Tweeting and sharing of photos shot aboard the ISS, recorded his own interpretation of David Bowie’s iconic Space Oddity song in the form of a music video, in space, entirely aboard the ISS, before handing over command of the space outpost and returning to earth.
Check out this video of the Korean Air Force One, a Boeing 747-4B5 , as it sits static on the ramp at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), then moves off to taxi and takeoff.
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The buzzwords in clean power for jet planes today are Geared Turbofan (GTF) and Advanced Turbofan (ATF). But in 1989 when this award winning story was produced, everyone was talking about Ultra High Bypass (UHB) jet engines.
Ammonia Leak Outside International Space Station – NASA Says Crew Not In Danger. NASA says that at around 10:30 a.m. CDT on Thursday, 9 May 2013, the Expedition 35 crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) reported seeing small white flakes floating away from an area of the Space Station’s P6 truss structure.