Sustainable Flight with Fuel Cells

May 18, 2015

6 Responses to “Sustainable Flight with Fuel Cells”

  1. Andy Lee Robinson Says:

    Sounds promising, but they could have explained what the LiPo batteries were for!

    • dumboldguy Says:

      For “Emergency” backup? Or as separate power source for the R/C flight controls just in case the H2 “goes Hindenburg” and you want to land the thing?

      I was impressed with the size of the solar array and how well it was anchored. All that for a puny model plane? How big (and expensive and carbon polluting) will a full size prototype be? Don’t think this is going to be able to compete cost-wise with simple PV arrays or windmills in those out-of-the-way places.

  2. redskylite Says:

    It’s reassuring to see development of technologies that we must implement in our future. Good news from NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center too on the arrival of a unique experimental demonstrator, which may herald a future in which many aircraft are powered by electric motors.

    http://climate.nasa.gov/news/2286/

  3. Rob Kerr Says:

    Coming soon to a drone bombing village weddings in Pakistan, if the subtle hints in the video are to be believed.


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