Zephyr Clocks Up High-Altitude Hours 

Credit: Airbus Defense and Space

LONDON—Airbus’ Zephyr high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) has clocked up another 36 days of stratospheric flight during a series of flight demonstrations for the UK defense ministry. According to Airbus, the Zephyr S completed two 18-day flights during flight trials from Yuma, Arizona, during...

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