Ordnance Survey launch a solar-powered drone that can fly for 90 days at a time

Science Daily Mail

Ordnance Survey owns majority of Astigen, a firm based in , Somerset, which has built the huge drone. It weighs 330 pounds, has a wingspan of almost 130 feet and controlled remotely. …

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