Turbulent Conditions Blamed For Zephyr Breakup

Credit: Airbus
Airbus’ second attempt at flying its Zephyr solar-powered high-altitude pseudo satellite from its test site in Wyndham, Western Australia, ended in failure after encountering turbulent air and breaking up, an Australian accident probe has concluded. In its report into the loss of the Zephyr at...

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