Kelsey D. Atherton
at 16:02 PM Nov 23 2016

Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is a massive jetliner, designed to comfortable carry 280 people across oceans and between continents. Or, for one special customer with millions to spare, it can carry 40 passengers for 17 hours non-stop in what can only be fairly described as a sort of beige opulence.

Claire Maldarelli
at 10:08 AM Oct 10 2016

As far as weeks of amazing science and technology images go, this has been a good one.

Jeremy Deaton
at 15:24 PM Sep 19 2016

This year we saw a solar-powered plane circumnavigate the globe and a solar-powered boat gear up to do the same. As of last week, we can add to that list of clean energy marvels the first-ever piloted flight of a solar-powered helicopter.

Kelsey D. Atherton
at 10:18 AM Sep 5 2016

If an airship is going to crash, it should do so in a test flight. The large, lumbering lighter-than-air craft are forever burned into the public's mind as a beautiful failure of a previous age, when in 1937 the German airship Hindenburg fell to a fiery death in the fields of New Jersey. That explosion shaped the perception of airships for a century, from everything to jokes in Archer and the iconic setpiece in NBC's upcoming time travel show Timeless, set to debut this fall.

Matthew Jancer
at 10:58 AM Sep 2 2016

Two years ago the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) offered $15,000 to anybody – literally anybody – who could come up with an idea to speed up airport security. It awarded the prize to somebodies for something. Who knows. They wouldn't say who won or for which idea, but since we're here two years later with longer wait times than ever, it's fair to say it hasn't lived up to the groundbreaking ideals of that call to action.

Mary Beth Griggs
at 12:06 PM Sep 1 2016

In the eye of a hurricane there might be quiet, but seen from the above, these massive tropical storms are anything but demure.

Kelsey D. Atherton
at 12:06 PM Sep 1 2016

With their latest, low-cost unmanned flying machine, Yuneec isn't really selling a drone. No, the core product behind the brand new Breeze quadcopter is, at its heart, selfies. Effortless, aerial, unique and sometimes video-recorded selfies. The drone is merely the tool with which to get them.

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