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Tag Archives: Lockheed Martin
Source: Windpower Monthly – windpowermonthly.com By Craig Richard Vestas and Siemens Gamesa are jointly looking to the skies for an alternative to costly and difficult road transportation of turbine components over long distances.
Source: Skies – skiesmag.com By Howard Slutsken Originally planned for next year, the first flight of Lockheed Martin’s LMH-1 hybrid airship is now expected in 2019, according to Dr. Bob Boyd, program manager, LMH-1.
Source: Science 2.0 – science20.com By Robert Walker May 3rd 2017 Bottom of Form JP Aerospace is an interesting company – in the city of Rancho Cordova, CA., California.. Their aim is to develop ways to send airships up into … Continue reading
Source: The Telegraph – telegraph.co.uk By: Jon Yeomans Giant helium-fueled airships could soon be plying the skies – and a Tanzania-based gas explorer hopes to be joining them for the ride.
Source: Flight Global – flightglobal.com By Beth Stevenson Solar Ship has challenged Lockheed Martin to an intercontinental race, to pitch the two companies’ airship designs against each other and promote the benefits of using lighter-than-air technology for cargo transport.