Russian drones hit Kyiv in 'most massive' UAV assault on capital since start of war

domingo, 26 de noviembre de 2023



At least five people were injured in Kyiv on Saturday in what city officials called "the most massive" Russian drone strike on Ukrainian capital since the start of the war in February 2022. According to officials, five people were injured in Kyiv and 60 drones were intercepted during the airborne assault. "During the most massive UAV air attack on Kyiv…


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A nanosatellite and a hot air balloon for emergency broadband anywhere


Ninety-five per cent of the planet's population has access to broadband internet, via cable or a mobile network. However, there are still some places and situations in which staying connected can be very difficult. Quick responses are necessary in emergency situations, such as after an earthquake or during a conflict. So too are reliable telecommunications networks that are not susceptible to…

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Report Forecasts Significant Growth in Hypersonic Flight Market by 2030

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SAFEcommand: Airbus provides vital insights to UK firefighters


In the UK, SAFEcommand – a digital solution from Airbus – gives UK firefighters
vital insights to keep the public safe.



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CityAirbus NextGen leaves no milestone unturned



Balkiz Sarihan, Head of Urban Air Mobility at Airbus shares an update on the electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) prototype, CityAirbus NextGen


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Press Release: Air France and SNCF bolster Train + Air services

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Why China and Boeing Still Need Each Other

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Seattle from a century ago offers lessons if not answers

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USAF Retires Last E-8C JSTARS

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EC-37B Redesignated As EA-37B, Reflecting Its Electronic Attack Mission

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Not Just Passenger Turboprops: The ATR 42 and ATR 72's Military Variants

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MH370 Case To Commence Trial In Beijing Next Week

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Court orders liquidation of French light aircraft manufacturer Robin

French light aircraft manufacturer Robin Aircraft, which dates back to 1957, has been ordered into liquidation by a commercial court.


https://www.flightglobal.com/aerospace/court-orders-liquidation-of-french-light-aircraft-manufacturer-robin/155961.article 

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A350 uncommanded altitude deviations persist despite control unit update

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Aura seeks fresh investment as new ERA nears

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Lockheed Unveils Military Training Solutions With Metaverse Tech

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SOCOM Seeks Advanced Drones for Electronic Warfare | SOFX

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US Special Command Seeks Counter-Electronic Warfare Drone Tech

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Turkey sought Eurofighters after uncertainty over U.S. F-16 buy

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Three Ways Lockheed Martin is Maturing F-35 Pilot Training

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Embraer delivers upgraded fifth E-99 aircraft to the Brazilian Air Force

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Russian airlines invited to launch flights to North Korea

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No Eurostar service between Amsterdam and London for 6 months in 2024

Eurostar's Amsterdam to London service, a key route, will pause for about six months from June 2024 to January 2025 due to renovations at Amsterdam's Central station. Trains will run empty between Amsterdam and Brussels, picking up London-bound passengers there. Passengers can still travel to London from Amsterdam and Rotterdam during this period but will […]

https://www.aviation24.be/railways/no-eurostar-service-between-amsterdam-and-london-for-6-months-in-2024/ 

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Lockheed Martin completes short-range test of long-range missile

In what seems like a paradox, Lockheed Martin has successfully conducted a short-range qualification flight test of its long-range Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) for the US Army at the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.

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https://newatlas.com/military/lockheed-martin-short-range-test-long-range-missile/ 

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Better rotors, higher heights thanks to NASA's dual-planet presence

There aren't any organizations other than NASA that can claim they are operating on two different planets (at least none we know of from here on Earth). The space agency is now using that reach to create better helicopter blades on Earth and to push the Ingenuity Helicopter to greater heights on Mars.

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https://newatlas.com/space/better-rotors-higher-heights-nasa-ingenuity/ 

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Philippines, Australia start sea, air patrols in South China Sea - Japan Today

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