Phx AZ May 6, 2013 Gov Brewer Queen of Solar meets the Kings of Solar Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg of Solar Impulse.Gov. Jan Brewer Welcomes Solar Impulse to Arizona Read more…
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Solar Power Plane to Travel around the World without using Gas- One Pilot- Solar Impulse Coming to PHX Sat
Solar Impulse Moffett Field – Phoenix Sky Harbor route: 19 hr Flight Time
Flight Report: San Francisco – Phoenix
|Pilot:||Bertrand Piccard, Initiator and Chairman|
|Take-off time:||May 3rd 2013 06:12 AM PDT (UTC-7)|
|Time of landing:||May 4th 2013 00:30 AM MST (UTC-7)|
|Flight duration:||18h18 min|
|Average ground speed:||65,5 km/h (40,6 m/h)|
|Highest altitude reached:||6’400 m (21’000feet)|
|Average altitude:||3’050 m (10’000 feet)|
|Flight Distance:||1203 km (~650 NM)|
The Solar Impulse HB-SIA
- Wingspan – 63m (208ft)
- Weight – 1,600kg (3,500lb)
- Covered with 11,628 solar cells
- Carries 400kg (900lb) of lithium-ion batteries
- Maximum cruising altitude of 8,500m (28,000ft)
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Smart Phone dangers to Aircraft Hacking– Special report–Android App From Brick to Danger Cell Phones 10 years
April 12, 2013 FAA says this is not true. They have security in place that will not allow this to happen. Here is a full special report about using Smart Phones to Hack into Aircraft . This software takes Read more…
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F-22 Taking off– You are upclose for this one…
See the F-22 Raptors leave for Korea, these are some very much like the ones that went.
US 4 F 22 bomber the secret flying Korean Peninsula was captured by radar video below:
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4K Ultra HD
4K UHD is a resolution of 3840 pixels × 2160 pixels (8.3 megapixels, aspect ratio 16:9) and is one of the two resolutions of ultra high definition television, the other being 8K UHD which is 7680 pixels × 4320 pixels (33.2 megapixels). Both are aimed at consumer televisions.
4K UHD has twice the horizontal and vertical resolution of the 1080p HDTV format, with four times as many pixels overall.
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In America blimps are often seen in the air at sporting events, but soon the US Air Force will be using these aircraft as drones. These spy blimps can be equipped with cameras, radar and even missiles and have been used in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since the war on terror is coming to an end, will we see these blimps flying domestically?
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Plastic bulb development promises better quality light
By Matt McGrathEnvironment correspondent, BBC News and William Bader
US researchers say they have developed a new type of lighting that could replace fluorescent bulbs.
The new source is made from layers of plastic and is said to be more efficient while producing a better quality of flicker-free light.
The scientists behind it say they believe the first units will be produced in 2013.
Details of the new development have been published in the journal Organic Electronics.
What we’ve found is a way of creating light rather than heat”
Prof David CarrollWake Forest University
The new light source is called field-induced polymer electroluminescent (Fipel) technology. It is made from three layers of white-emitting polymer that contain a small volume of nanomaterials that glow when electric current is passed through them.
The inventor of the device is Dr David Carroll, professor of physics at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. He says the new plastic lighting source can be made into any shape, and it produces a better quality of light than compact fluorescent bulbs which have become very popular in recent years.
“They have a bluish, harsh tint to them, ” he told BBC News, “it is not really accommodating to the human eye; people complain of headaches and the reason is the spectral content of that light doesn’t match the Sun – our device can match the solar spectrum perfectly.
“I’m saying we are brighter than one of these curlicue bulbs and I can give you any tint to that white light that you want.”
Lighting up the world
- Lighting accounts for around 19% of global electricity use
- A worldwide switch to low-energy bulbs could save the output of around 600 power plants
There have been several attempts to develop new light-bulbs in recent years – Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) have come a long way since they were best known for being indicator lights in electronic devices. Over the past decade, they have become much more widely used as a light source as they are both bright and efficient. They are now often used on large buildings.
Light not heat
Another step forward has been organic LEDs (OLEDs) which also promise greater efficiency and better light than older, incandescent bulbs. Their big advantage over LEDs is that they can be transformed into many different shapes including the screens for high-definition televisions.
But Prof Carroll believes OLED lights haven’t lived up to the hype.
“They don’t last very long and they’re not very bright,” he said. “There’s a limit to how much brightness you can get out of them. If you run too much current through them they melt.”
The Fipel bulb, he says, overcomes all these problems.
“What we’ve found is a way of creating light rather than heat. Our devices contain no mercury, they contain no caustic chemicals and they don’t break as they are not made of glass.”
Prof Carroll says his new bulb is cheap to make and he has a “corporate partner” interested in manufacturing the device. He believes the first production runs will take place in 2013.
He also has great faith in the ability of the new bulbs to last. He says he has one in his lab that has been working for about a decade.