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May 18, 2017
Afghanistan's first female certified pilot to become youngest to make solo round-the-world flightBorn in a refugee camp in Afghanistan, Shaesta Waiz now hopes to become the youngest woman in history to complete a solo round-the-world flight.
Feb 14, 2017
Aero India 2017: 72 aircrafts, 30 countries and over 540 companies join in for the air showThe 11th edition of 'Aero India', set for a smooth take-off here on Tuesday, will witness the participation of 30 countries and as many as 72 state-of-the-art aircraft.
Jan 28, 2017
Nasa study finds that space travel can alter your genesNasa scientists in an unprecedented study have found that space travel may alter gene expression.
Jan 28, 2017
Nasa designs a pressure-sensitive paint to better test its rocketsEver wondered how the legendary National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) designs its rockets?
Jan 26, 2017
HAL Tejas: India's indigenously developed fighter jet makes it to its first Republic Day paradeIndia's Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas and AEW&C developed indigenously made their maiden appearance at the Republic Day parade here on Thursday.
Jan 04, 2017
Israeli technology firm will finally bring its "flying car" to market by 2020After 15 years of development, an Israeli technology firm is optimistic it will finally get its 1,500 kg (1.5 tonne) passenger carrying drone off the ground and into the market by 2020.
Nov 16, 2016
DRDO's indigenous combat drone Rustom-2 takes first flight near BengaluruRustom-2, the unmanned aerial vehicle developed by the Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), completed its first flight in Challakere, about 200 km from Bengaluru on Tuesday
Oct 29, 2016
India offers to buy 200 foreign fighter planes, if they are made in IndiaIn a bid to modernise the Indian Air Force, India has reached out to foreign aircraft manufactures with offers to buy 200 fighter planes as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner
Sep 29, 2016
NASA and CAE team-up to help China improve air traffic managementNASA has signed an agreement with the Chinese Aeronautical Establishment (CAE) to cooperate on research that will help China's airports improve their management of air traffic, the U.S. space agency said late on Wednesday.
Jul 27, 2016
When Hillary Clinton was rejected by NASA: 'We don't accept girls'NASA had told Hillary Clinton that “We don’t take girls” as astronauts in the 1960's. We recall an interesting moment from the presidential nominee’s life.