Prismatic Completes First Phasa-35 Wing Section

Credit: First Phasa-35 wing section: Prismatic
LONDON—British pseudo-satellite developer Prismatic has completed the first wing section of the Phasa-35 solar-powered high-altitude air vehicle. The 8-m-long section of the Persistent High-Altitude Solar Aircraft, produced out of carbon fiber and weighing just 5 kg, was quietly revealed by the...

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