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 DAN DAVIS


Chinese Flying Saucer

Prototype


Projects like these beg the question, at what point do you pull out. Chinese company Harbin Smart Special
Aerocraft spent 12 years and $4.1 mil. to build a working flying saucer to carry out aerial photography and
geological surveys. With a maximum flight time of 40 minutes, it makes google earth a pretty cheap alternative
(we jest).
 

Above: Chinese Prototype.




More "Flying Saucer"-Projects in China:

Above: Homemade "Flying Saucer"-Project in China.




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Quadrocopter:

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Abobe: HITACHI SHIPYARD FLYING FLAT BED (FFB-1)




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