The Weekly Debrief: Zephyr Loss Proves Stratospheric Flights Remain Challenge
You can imagine the frustration of Airbus’ engineers. Just hours before the company’s Zephyr high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) looked set to break a 60-year-old flight-duration record, the solar-powered uncrewed aircraft system was lost. The Zephyr had been in the air for 64 days when it...
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