Woman gives birth on flight between Qatar and the Philippines | Video

It’s only happened about 50 times around the world, but when it does, you want a crew like this by your side. A baby girl was born alive on a Philippine Airlines flight from Doha to Manila. The baby, named Scarlet Ann, was born at 7:20 a.m. on November 20, …

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Ranking of each Leonardo DiCaprio character in a Martin Scorsese movie

Leonardo DiCaprio starred in five films for Martin Scorsese, bringing unforgettable characters (both fictional and real) to life. In the 1970s when Martin Scorsese made a name for himself with new Hollywood classics like Middle streets and Taxi driver, Robert De Niro has become inextricably attached to the director’s cinema. …

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4K video display to replace the cockpit window of NASA’s Supersonic X-59

At the Langley Research Center in Virginia, USA, NASA completed its final round of tests on the External Vision System (XVS) 4K video display for the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) aircraft from the ‘agency. The XVS is designed to replace the x-59’s forward-facing cockpit window and will offer “an …

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Fuel for airplanes manufactured only with air and sunlight

This 2016 photo shows the world’s first four-seater passenger plane, the Hy4, powered solely by a hydrogen fuel cell system. Researchers from the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) developed the aircraft’s powertrain and worked on the project with industrial and research partners. – © DLR …

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Here’s how to book a flight via buy now, pay later

Getty With the holiday season just around the corner, booking travel is a top priority. While airlines traditionally accept payment in the form of debit or credit cards, this year a new payment method is available at some checkouts: buy now, pay later. BNPL offers a convenient and flexible solution …

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Milestones and incidents of Macy’s Thanksgiving parade

A hippo hovered over the ocean. A cartoon character caught fire after drifting through a high-voltage wire. And a 60-foot cat crashed a plane and its two passengers. These are just a few of the fates encountered by the giant balloons that have slipped through Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in …

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What we have learned so far from the revolutionary new tracking of the MH370

Surprising new clues have been revealed by the new tracking of the MH370 by aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey using the revolutionary new tracking technology called Weak signal propagation (WSPR). The MH370 went missing on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, killing 239 souls. READ: WSPRnet …

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aerospace company from Tulsa expands its facilities to produce equipment for military aircraft | News from local businesses

Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum and Mike Neal, CEO and President of the Tulsa Regional Chamber, stand in front of an AT-802U Sky Warden aircraft during a press conference on Friday at L3Harris Technologies’ facilities at L3Harris Technologies International Airport Tulsa. Luke Savoie, president of aviation services at L3Harris Technologies, discusses …

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Frontier to cut all flights to 2 major airports from January 4 – Best Life

Air travel is finally resuming after the COVID pandemic effectively halted travel plans for most passengers. But now travelers face new challenges, including canceled flights. Southwest and American Airlines have each made nearly 2,000 last-minute flight cancellations in recent months, stranding people at airports across the country. And it’s no …

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Mortimer Mishkin – The Lancet

Pioneering neuroscientist who studied the neurobiological mechanisms of perception and memory. He was born in Fitchburg, MA, USA on December 13, 1926, and died in Bethesda, MD, USA on October 2, 2021, at the age of 94. When neuroscientist Mortimer Mishkin joined the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in …

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