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F-35 Fighter Jet Passes Bomb Accuracy Test

F-35 Fighter Jet Passes Bomb Accuracy Test

Reuters (Dec. 11, 2013) — Lockheed Martin released video of the F-35 joint striker fighter jet, capable of short takeoffs and vertical landings, successfully performing a weapons test with a guided bomb. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Environmentalists in Sync With Airbus Formation Flying Plans

Environmentalists in Sync With Airbus Formation Flying Plans

Reuters (Sep. 14, 2012) — Environmental groups say they are encouraged by ambitious plans recently announced by Airbus to fly its aircraft in flock formation by the middle of this century. The company's Smarter Skies concepts also include steeper take-offs to reduce journey times and gentler, glide-in landings.
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This Week @ NASA, November 30, 2012

This Week @ NASA, November 30, 2012

NASA (Nov. 30, 2012) — Curiosity Mars rover sends back beautiful photos from Mars, and other news from the week of November 30, 2012 at NASA.
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