Flying Into The Unknown By Remote Control

Alice Springs, in the heart of the Australian outback, is the site of indigenous human presence that by some accounts dates back nearly 30,000 years. It is also the site of a modern-day technological marvel. Dubbed “remote tower,” a sensor array allows air traffic services at the regional airfield...

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