Drone Flies On Structurally Integrated Battery

A small, hand-launched unmanned aircraft flew for 171 min. in late February powered by a structural battery built into the wing—almost double the 91 min. the 6-ft.-span aircraft was able to stay aloft on previous flights using conventional batteries and wings. By distributing the battery cells into...

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