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Fri, Jul 19, 2019

Airborne 07.19.19: DeltaHawk, 'Flying Saucer' Drone, Original RV-5

Also: Gone West-Bill Harrison, Ray Scholar, D-Day Squadron, Bizarre Boeing/SWA Suit

DeltaHawk Engines, the US developer and manufacturer of a new generation of jet fuel GA engines, is implementing an Early-Bird Engine Buy Program. Experimental aircraft owners can get a DHK 180-hp engine and engine monitoring package installed at the company's headquarters for a total price of $89,900. Plus, by placing an order during the AirVenture early-bird show special timeframe, aircraft owners pay only $5,000 at time of signing. This AirVenture early-bird special is only available for a limited time! The engine is currently installed in an SR-20 at the DeltaHawk booth, 177, where pilot-led engineering team members will be available to answer questions. Swiss researchers at Flybotix are working on a new type of drone that could lead to a substantial increase in flight time. Rather than four or more small rotors, the Flybotix drone has only two larger rotors, one on top of the other and r

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Fri, Jul 19, 2019

ESA Identifies Demand For Satellites Around the Moon

Driven By Dozens Of Lunar Missions Planned For The Coming Decades

Dozens of very different commercial and institutional missions to the Moon are planned for the coming decades. These encompass everything from NASA’s manned Lunar Gateway research station and cubesats from start-ups and universities to commercial landers carrying rovers. The heightened interest in going to the Moon shows that there could be a market in providing satellite communications beyond Earth.

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