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A Delta Flight Will Give Passengers a Wild View of the Solar Eclipse

A view of the August 2017 solar eclipse taken from Madras, Oregon.Photo: NASA/GopalswamyDelta Airlines is offering a special flightpath that will put its passengers right in the heart of the upcoming total solar eclipse in April, scheduled to coincide with the peak of the rare event. What Drew Noomi Rapace to Constellation?The airline announced that Delta flight 1218 from Austin, Texas to Detroit, Michigan will align with the path of totality for the eclipse, giving passengers an intense view of the shielded Sun from the

OpenAI Sora’s Breaks Our Brains, Vision Pro Loses Its Luster, and More Big Tech News

Photo: Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu (Getty Images), Suzanne Cordeiro (Getty Images), Siegfried Layda (Getty Images), David Paul Morris/Bloomberg (Getty Images), Vladimir Vladimirov (Getty Images), Justin Sullivan / Staff (Getty Images), Mike Coppola (Getty Images), Image: OpenAIThe world seemingly, at the same time, held its breath with the reveal of OpenAI’s video generator, Sora, It’s as if everyone watching these marvelous fake videos realized that maybe technology had gone too far. Apple Vision Pro was supposed to be that

Airbus Expects to Deliver More Planes in 2024

Airbus posted higher fourth-quarter revenue and said it expected to deliver more planes to customers this year than in 2023, even as supply-chain hurdles persist. Airbus posted higher fourth-quarter revenue and said it expected to deliver more planes to customers this year than in 2023, even as supply-chain hurdles persist. FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS Read original article here Denial of responsibility! Techno Blender is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the…

United Airlines grounded its new Airbus fleet over ‘no smoking’ signs

United Airlines had to ground its new Airbus A321neo planes, not due to a major safety issue, but because the light-up “no smoking” signs are automated.A 1990 ruling mandates that the signs on aircraft must be manually operated by the crew. Airbus A321neo features software that automatically displays the signage during a flight, so the crew doesn’t switch it on and off. Bear in mind that smoking was fully banned from both domestic and international flights nearly 25 years ago.Even more frustratingly, automated signage…

United Airlines grounds Airbus A321neo fleet over antiquated no smoking sign law

United Airlines briefly of brand-new Airbus A321neo planes, This had nothing to do with safety, as was the case with that Rather, it was due to the aircraft running afoul of a 1990 regulation regarding “no smoking” signs.The 1990 ruling mandates that “no smoking” signs found on aircraft must be manually operated by the crew. The newly-designed Airbus A321neo features software that automatically displays the signage during a flight, so the crew doesn’t switch it on and off. That’s pretty much it. Meanwhile, smoking…

United Grounds Fleet of Planes Because Our ‘No Smoking’ Sign Law Is Ridiculous

After causing a stir by mysteriously grounding its new Airbus A321neo planes on Monday, United Airlines wants people to know the decision has nothing to do with safety and isn’t even that exciting. Rather, it has to do with the aircrafts’ “No Smoking” signs, which are required by a 1990 law to be operated by the flight crew.Former NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin on the “Overview Effect”That’s not the case on the A321neo, which has software that keeps the “No Smoking” sign turned on continuously during flights, like many…

Big Push to Centre’s ‘Make In India’, Bengaluru Firm Cracks Deal to Manufacture A220 Aircraft Doors For Airbus

Bangalore-based Dynamatic Technologies to manufacture A220 aircraft doors for Airbus. (Photo: Representative/ Airbus)The A220 is the only aircraft purpose-built for the 100-150 seat market and brings together state-of-the-art aerodynamics, advanced materials and latest-generation technologies and enginesGiving a significant push to the central government’s ‘Make in India’ vision, Airbus has awarded a contract for the manufacturing and assembly of its A220 Family aircraft doors to Bengaluru-based Dynamatic Technologies.…

SpaceX’s Giant Starship Tapped to Launch Starlab’s Giant Steel Space Station

Starlab Space’s forthcoming space station is so big and heavy that only the formidable SpaceX Starship megarocket can launch it into orbit, but the one-time delivery option comes with distinct benefits.Astronomers Could Soon Get Warnings When SpaceX Satellites Threaten Their ViewStarlab Space, like several other commercial ventures, is racing to deliver a commercial space station to orbit in anticipation of the International Space Station’s retirement in 2030. The company, a joint venture between Colorado-based Voyager…

The European Space Agency will test 3D printing metal on the ISS

The first metal 3D printer that will be used in space is to the International Space Station. The Cygnus NG-20 supply mission, which is carrying the 180kg (397 lbs) printer, launched on Tuesday and is set to arrive at the ISS on Thursday.Astronaut Andreas Mogensen will install the printer, which developed for the . The machine will then be controlled and monitored from Earth.Polymer-based 3D printers have been , but metal 3D printing in orbit is said to pose a trickier challenge. The machine will use a form of stainless…

Sky’s the Limit: Why Wings India 2024 will be Pivotal Moment in Country’s Ascent in Global Aviation Arena

The biggest civil aviation event in Asia, Wings India 2024, began today, with minister Jyotiraditya Scindia inaugurating it at Begumpet airport in Hyderabad, Telangana. The Union Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA), Airports Authority of India (AAI), and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) are coordinating the event, aligning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to fulfil the common man’s aspirations of flying. The success of the previous edition has spurred the collaborative efforts for this…