Boeing's Phantom Eye Passes Landing Gear Test

Credit: Boeing/Robert Ferguson
Boeing is ready to begin higher-altitude, longer-endurance flights of its private-venture Phantom Eye hydrogen-powered unmanned aircraft after a redesigned main landing gear passed the test on the vehicle's Feb. 25 second flight, at Edwards AFB, Calif. The aircraft was damaged on its June 1, 2012...

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