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China flown Caihong solar-powered aircraft at 65,000 feet

Tinuku ~ China is rumored to have piloted flying the largest solar-powered aircraft. Unmanned aircraft named Caihong or Rainbow developed by the China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics (CAAA) have the ability to fly and live at 65,000 feet altitude for years for civilian and military purposes.

Tinuku China flown Caihong solar-powered aircraft at 65,000 feet

China has launched a pilot test of a giant solar powered drone that has the ability to stay in the sky for months. The plane has reached a height of 65,000 feet at a height during test flight. This ability allows for use as a satellite.

Caihong has wingspan of more than 40 meters. The giant drone drove at a speed of 150 to 200 kilometers per hour has a simple design and easy in care. This test flight is a secret and the aircraft is touted as the world's second largest unmanned solar powered aircraft.

The US and Britain also have a solar-powered drone capable of flying at an altitude of 65,000 feet. China is likely to sell designs to other countries. Unmanned aerial vehicles will be used for early warning, air surveillance, disaster monitoring, meteorological observations and communication relays. China flown Caihong solar-powered aircraft at 65,000 feet China flown Caihong solar-powered aircraft at 65,000 feet

Unmanned aircraft capable of surviving in high skies for months can act as communications satellites for surveillance and spying purposes. This success sets a new domestic record for the most advanced and unmanned aircraft of this type of aircraft.


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