30 Jan '13, 9pm

Back to the Future with Cargo Airship

Back to the Future with Cargo Airship

It looks like a blimp but technically it isn’t one because it has a rigid structure made out of ultra-light carbon fiber and aluminum underneath its high-tech Mylar skin. Inside, balloons hold the helium that gives the vehicle lift. Unlike hydrogen, the gas used in the Hindenburg airship that crashed in 1937, helium is not flammable.

Full article: http://defensetech.org/2013/01/30/back-to-the-future-with...

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