BAE Systems Flies PHASA-35 HAPS In Australia

Credit: BAE Systems
LONDON—BAE Systems has flown the first full-scale prototype of its PHASA-35 solar-powered high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) unmanned air system in Australia. The aircraft was developed by Farnborough-based Prismatic, which BAE Systems purchased last September. It took to the air Feb. 10. No...

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