Zephyr Pseudo-Sat In Second Australian Accident

Credit: Zephyr: Airbus
Airbus has cited clear air turbulence as the cause of an accident involving one of its solar-powered Zephyr high-altitude pseudo-satellite unmanned air systems in Australia. The Sept. 28 accident is the second this year involving a Zephyr at Wyndham Airport in Western Australia. A previous accident...

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