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Chinese Company Unveils Test VIDEO of World's First Passenger-Carrying Drone

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Chinese Company Unveils Test VIDEO of World's First Passenger-Carrying Drone

The aircraft, which has already shown quite impressive results during numerous tests is capable of carrying one person in the cockpit and has a fully automated piloting. Chinese drone maker Ehang has released a video that demonstrates test flights of what's being marketed as the world's first passenger-carrying drone. The company has successfully conducted over 1,000 test flights with human passengers in different weather conditions, including high heat and heavy fog, according to reports. The company's employees, including its CEO Hu Huazhi, as well as local government officials in Guangdong have taken part in the tests as the drone's passengers....

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Dr Michi Kaku says UFO in Pentagon video could be hypersonic drone

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Dr Michi Kaku says UFO in Pentagon video could be hypersonic drone

Dr Michio Kaku – America’s answer to Stephen Hawking – has said a bizarre object US military personnel reported seeing pursuing some of their warplanes could be a new type of super-fast aircraft. But the well-known physicist has also not ruled out the possibility the strange object flying near American military planes could be extraterrestrials. It recently emerged the Pentagon has been secretly running a multi-million pound program investigating UFOs for years. Video has also been leaked showing two US pilots checking on strange aircraft in the Pacific Ocean around 100 miles from San Diego, which first appeared at 80,000ft....

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Drone or UFO? Police yet to identify over 100 flying objects spotted at Delhi airport

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Drone or UFO? Police yet to identify over 100 flying objects spotted at Delhi airport

Every month, nearly 6-7 cases of pilots getting distracted by different objects are reported from near the airport. In most of the cases, pilots tell the location in nautical miles because of which the police could not make a breakthrough in any of the over 100 cases reported in the past two years. From balloons to flying parasol, to drones and laser lights, pilots landing at the country’s busiest airport in Delhi are having a tough time dealing with distractions while landing or taking off. Every month, nearly 6-7 cases of pilots getting distracted by different objects are reported from...

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