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  1. Jan 23, 2020 #1481

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    Saw this Hanna Reich test pilot job.
    I'm getting hella bored working in a strip mall chain Flower shop for peanuts. Should I apply, because I'll push their little prototype to its limits. Step 1, turn off Level mode in the flight controller,switch it to full Acro / Rate mode...

    Kitty Hawk Aero
     
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  2. Jan 24, 2020 #1482

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    More Indian Reservation Abandoned Airport

    I was randomly kind of skipping ahead in chunks and jumped to 2:17 and saw something out of the corner of my eye and was I know that was no Me-262 but... what the h*** was that! :)
     
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  3. Jan 24, 2020 #1483

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    I say go for it gal ! You never know unless you try ! Keep us informed !
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  4. Jan 25, 2020 #1484

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    I'm Afraid that part of KItty Hawk is going away. They had battery fires and other unidentified problems. You would be great in Hanna Riech mode.
     
  5. Jan 25, 2020 #1485

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    Looks like a Russian(?) commercial for an Office complex, with some cinewhoop flying.
    Shared for the cool computer virtual reality FX like overlays designed and added in Blender(?)
     
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    That is it...Howard 500 HB..it is a 4 blader prop on it.
     
  9. Jan 30, 2020 #1489

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    Nice, it looks fast and with guns... I'd fly that... not in that color scheme tho :-D
    Some part of me wants a fast cargo skip bomber plane with two engines, and hey two turrets - why not?

    Not directly aviation related, but a video for nerdie-audiophiles or guys into materials testing.

    The winning material? Resonate spruce, with balsa and polycarbonate closely following.



    Something to maybe know when building an airplane out of structural parts that are also highly resonate materials.
     
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    Very interesting.
     
  11. Feb 5, 2020 #1491

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    For those private pilots who like to fly fast and high
     
  12. Feb 6, 2020 #1492

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    Seattle Boeing Museum...seems well lighted and comfy:
     
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    That is one of the top aviation museums in the USA. Highly worth a visit.


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    Smithsonian looks well lighted as well:
     
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    Years and years ago, I built a large flying RC model of the Star Trek Enterprise. It had a gas model engine and propeller on the front of the main hull (not the disk), but the disk (saucer) acted as the main wing and the engine pylons were the tail surfaces. It flew terribly. THEN LATER, the first Star Trek movie was released, and when I saw the larger flared pylons, I dug out the model and added the new pylons. It worked! It was not a great flyer, but it was satisfactory and much much better that the terrible flying original.
     
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    Your wife doesn't have a cat named Sylvia by chance, does she?
     
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    No, but that's a good idea for the next one. Had one named Mr. Scott, though.

    Her latest (a pair of feral kittens) are named Mooncake and Stormaggedon, Dark Lord of All.

    Ron Wanttaja
     
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    Hmmm, pretty good names Ron. I haven't been so inventive with cat names. Of the 4 cats we've had over the years there was, kitty girl, kitty boy, white kitty and now again, another kitty girl. With dogs and ferrets, it's a different story.
    Bob, "what's his name"
     

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