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Boeing Gets $89M To Build Drone That Can Fly For 5 Years Straight

September 17th, 2010 09:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

coondoggie writes “One of the more unique unmanned aircraft concepts took a giant step toward reality this week when the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency inked an agreement with Boeing to build the SolarEagle, a plane capable of remaining at heights above 60,000ft for over five years. Boeing says the first SolarEagle under the $89 million contract could fly as early as 2014.”

Source: Boeing Gets $89M To Build Drone That Can Fly For 5 Years Straight

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