Pseudo-Satellite Drone Flies for 25 Days Straight, Sets Endurance Record | Live Science


A solar-powered drone designed to take on the multimillion-dollar market for satellites in space has set a  record by staying in flight at high altitude for nearly 26 days. Airbus has plenty of plans for its so-called pseudo-satellite, including possible military reconnaissance and monitoring the spread of wildfires, among other activities.

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