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Source: rustechnologies – rostechnologiesblog.wordpress.com Russia’s first unmanned DP-29 airship has passed factory tests and is now at the stage of corrections. This was announced by Alexander Kolesov, Deputy Director General of the Dolgoprudny Automatics Design Bureau.
Source: Winnipeg Free Press – www.winnipegfreepress.com By: Martin Cash Solar-power system to run hangar may one day produce hydrogen.
Source: cbsnews.com Werner Franz, believed to be the last surviving crew member of the German airship Hindenburg that crashed 77 years ago, has died. He was 92.
Source: nytimes.com – The New York Times By Joshua A. Krisch Modern Research Borne on a Relic Airships are dusty relics of aviation history. Lighter-than-air vehicles conjure images of the Hindenburg, in its glory and destruction, and the Goodyear Blimp, … Continue reading
Source: Motherboard By Jason Koebler Next time you’re on the highway and see one of those “Speed Monitored by Aircraft” signs, look up—the United States is getting its first, persistently airborne traffic-monitoring blimp.