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Galactic Suite  Designer: Xavier Claramunt of ADD+ARQUITECTURA  Status: On hold, prototype is ready

Galactic Suite Designer: Xavier Claramunt of ADD+ARQUITECTURA Status: On hold, prototype is ready

The Boeing Phantom Eye is a high altitude, long endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle hydrogen-powered spy plane developed by Boeing Phantom Works.[1]

The Boeing Phantom Eye is a high altitude, long endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle hydrogen-powered spy plane developed by Boeing Phantom Works.[1]

The 'Beast' is a single pilot compact vehicle which achieves both lift and thrust from a single, large, very powerful fan...READ MORE at Yanko Design !

The 'Beast' is a single pilot compact vehicle which achieves both lift and thrust from a single, large, very powerful fan...READ MORE at Yanko Design !

It uses the principle of gas balloons combined with propellers driven by a precision electric motor. This allows the Zipper to move very fast and silently in closed rooms without consuming a lot of energy. In addition, it is also very manoeuvrable: Zipper - flying indoor camera

It uses the principle of gas balloons combined with propellers driven by a precision electric motor. This allows the Zipper to move very fast and silently in closed rooms without consuming a lot of energy. In addition, it is also very manoeuvrable: Zipper - flying indoor camera

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MISC Endeavor plate-forme de recherche - album sur Imgur

MISC Endeavor Research Platform

The concept of utilizing expandable, or, as referred to in the past, ‘inflatable’ spacecraft and space systems is not a new idea. The history of inflatable space systems goes back to the very beginning of America’s space program. Illustration by Chris Wren – Kenn Brown @ mondoart.net – originally featured on the Cover of Popular Science Magazine. For syndications and commissions please contact kennbmondo@gmail.com - See more at: http://www.mondolithic.com/#sthash.dvuEuzzV.dpuf

The concept of utilizing expandable, or, as referred to in the past, ‘inflatable’ spacecraft and space systems is not a new idea. The history of inflatable space systems goes back to the very beginning of America’s space program. Illustration by Chris Wren – Kenn Brown @ mondoart.net – originally featured on the Cover of Popular Science Magazine. For syndications and commissions please contact kennbmondo@gmail.com - See more at: http://www.mondolithic.com/#sthash.dvuEuzzV.dpuf

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