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On June 13, 2013, the AeroVelo team and their Atlas aircraft set a world record for human-powered flight.

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What do you think: are you worried about killer robots? The United Nations is!

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How can you see the shockwaves formed when an aircraft flies faster than the speed of sound? NASA engineers figured out how to do this as part of their research into ways to make quieter supersonic aircraft.

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In a little more than a century, aviation has gone from a 12-second flight above the dunes of North Carolina to millions of people and millions of tons of cargo moving across the globe every day. Learn about how things fly and the impacts that aviation has on our lives.

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This timeline marks significant events in the history of Canadian aerospace and its impact on Canadian society.

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How do you paint an airliner? Watch Bombardier get its new CSeries jet airliner ready for its first flight.

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The Aero Velo team (www.aerovelo.com) from the University of Toronto won the $250,000 Sikorsky prize for demonstrating a human-powered helicopter that, on June 13, 2013, stayed in the air at 3.3m (10') altitude for 65 seconds.

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VROC visits Confederation College where Paul De Oude shows us exactly how much math is involved when flying an airplane. (Video courtesy of vroc.ca)

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Au travers de ce reportage, la AmalgameZ fait le tour, de cette manière innovante de faire de l’image : la prise de vue aérienne, par engins télépilotés.

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Seuls quelques hommes peuvent franchir le mur du son. David part à la rencontre des pilotes de chasses qui dépassent les 340 mètres par secondes lorsqu’ils sont dans les airs. Un exploit difficile à reproduire sur Terre.

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