Insitu To Fly Hydrogen-Electric ScanEagle3

Insitu plans to fly the ScanEagle3 this summer on liquid hydrogen and fuel-cell power.
Credit: Insitu
Insitu is preparing to fly a version of its ScanEagle3 unmanned aircraft powered by a fuel cell and liquid hydrogen. The Boeing company has conducted a fuel-cell-powered flight and ground tested a 3D-printed liquid hydrogen tank and plans to bring the two together for flights in the late summer...

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