Technology

THE AIRCRAFT OF THE FUTURE TAKES FLIGHT

Technology

THE AIRCRAFT OF THE FUTURE TAKES FLIGHT

In the French Alps last summer, a plane set seven new world records. The two-seater aircraft climbed more than 20,000 feet in under two minutes, and reached speeds of 142 miles per hour.  It flew nonstop for 300 miles. It flew nonstop for 300 miles. Perhaps these numbers don’t sound very impressive. But consider that the aircraft burned no fuel and emitted zero emissions. Instead, the plane used an all-electric motor powered by a single battery.

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