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Radio Control Strandbeest

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

Not prolonged ago we became preoccupied by Strandbeests.  These extraordinary walking machines are a brainchild of Dutch artist Theo Jansen, who has been conceptualizing and perfecting staggering scale versions for a past 25 years.  By all means revisit Theo’s website to watch his enthralling videos.  I found out about Strandbeests – Dutch for “beach animals” […]

5 Steps to Fly a Knife-Edge Spin

Friday, April 24th, 2015

In my opinion, a knife-edge spin is one of a many considerable impassioned aerobatic maneuvers. It’s really perfectionist for a commander and a airframe. First, I’ll report a maneuver. In normal knife-edge, a aircraft is rolled approximately 90 degrees from honest spin flight. Then altitude is postulated by regulating “top” rudder. When a scheme is […]

Throw Back Thursday

Friday, April 24th, 2015

For Throwback Thursday we comparison a Sep 1956 cover of MAN display Jo Katula’s pleasing design of a Sopwith Triplane. The aircraft was done by a Sopwith Aviation Company during WW1 and pilots referred to it as the Tripehound or simply a Tripe. It was done operational with a Royal Naval Air Service in 1917 and valid to […]

REALLY Big Blackbird!

Friday, April 24th, 2015

You don’t mostly see models of a SR-71 Blackbird, one of a many modernized view planes used by a CIA. And we really don’t see 18-foot-long indication jets!  In Israel final week, a world’s largest scale-model of a SR-71 Blackbird took flight. Built over 5 years by Gilad Olinki and flown by Ofir Babish, a 1/6-scale […]

Jeti MAlti EX

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Jeti’s MAlti EX is a complement that measures windy vigour and regulating performed information it calculates a altitude above sea level, temperature, and atmosphere pressure. The sensor also alerts we if any alarm environment is exceeded. MAlti is a really supportive vigour sensor. Any change in vigour causes a change in a indicated altitude. The […]