The Lockheed SR-71, better known by its unofficial nickname Blackbird was a U.S. strategic reconnaissance plane that served from 1966 until November 22, 1989, when all samples were placed and the land due to the deletion of funds for the usage. During his career, the SR-71 broke some records, such as faster speed.. Continue reading [..]
“Moving rocks” is an unexplained phenomenon that happens in the desert Mojave, region located between Nevada and California.
More precisely, it is possible to observe Playa Racetrack, in the famous Death Valley, United States national park full of geological history, where is the biggest depression of North America (-86 meters below sea level).
In this sandy desert, probably the.. Continue reading [..]
The Northrop-Grumman B-2 Spirit is a U.S. strategic bomber capable of carrying both weapons conventional and nuclear. The enormous progress in technology has been instrumental in the program of modernization of U.S. bombers. Is the most expensive airplane ever built: it is estimated that the unit cost is between 1,157 e 2,2 billion. Stealth technology which has helped him penetrate enemy defenses without the possibility of being detected and shot down, something unthinkable for other types of aircraft. The initial order was for 135 planes, later reduced to 75 in the eighties, and finally the President George H. W. Bush reduced the final order for 21 copies in January 1991.. Continue reading [..]