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Russia’s Sova ‘atmospheric satellite’ starts flight tests

Submit on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 22:58

The first Russian atmospheric platform dubbed “Sova” (Owl) with a high-aspect ratio flexible wing began flight tests at an altitude of 49,000-65,000 feet [14.7-19.5 km], an official with the Advanced Research Fund was quoted as saying.

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