airplanes

Science Solved It
Science Solved It

Send This Article to All Your Friends Who Believe in Chemtrails

On the season two premiere of Science Solved It, we dive into one of the most pervasive conspiracy theories: chemtrails.
Kaleigh Rogers
6.26.18
Moveable
Moveable

Airlines Are Bumping Fewer People Than Ever

But it’s not because airlines suddenly care about you.
Tracey Lindeman
12.20.17
Whoa
Whoa

Start Rolling Your Blunts: NASA Is Uploading Decades of Archival Footage to YouTube

Watch a hypersonic plane go 7,000 miles per hour and more in over 500 videos of experimental aircraft pushing the limits.
Samantha Cole
7.19.17
Planes, Pains, and Climate Change
Planes, Pains, and Climate Change

Airports and Planes Need to Adapt to Climate Change, Too

High temperatures are already grounding planes, but what happens if (or when) things get worse?
Sarah Emerson
7.13.17
robotic raptors
robotic raptors

Robo-Falcons Will Scare Off Actual Live Birds at the Edmonton Airport

The Canadian airport says it’s the first in the world to try something like this.
Lisa Cumming
5.10.17
Flights of Fancy
Flights of Fancy

Iran’s Stealth Fighter Is Still Fake and Not Convincing Anyone

Iran's military unveiled a new version of its homebuilt Qaher F313 fighter jet last weekend, but a drive down the runway revealed it's far from ready for flight.
David Axe
4.17.17
Tedium
Tedium

How Airlines Fell in Love with In-Flight Movies, and Why They're Breaking Up

The in-flight entertainment system was once a novel idea that kept passengers enthralled. Now, the systems are expensive, outdated, and hard to upgrade.
Ernie Smith
3.2.17
GTA
GTA

Watch What Happens When You Stuff 100 People into a Plane in GTA

And try not to throw up.
Madison Margolin
2.8.17
DRONES
DRONES

Drone Almost Collides With Plane at Liverpool Airport

The pilot said it was "absolutely unacceptable and highly dangerous."
Madison Margolin
2.6.17
planes
planes

The Military's Hornet Fighters Are Falling Out of the Sky

Six months. Eight accidents. Eight destroyed Hornets and one damaged one. Five dead aviators.
David Axe
12.15.16
Canada
Canada

How Whooping Cranes Learned to Migrate By Following an Airplane

There were only 15 cranes left in the world. Then people stepped up.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
11.8.16
weird
weird

The TSA Found a Gun Hidden in a Ball of Clay Inside a Computer

Good catch.
Carl Franzen
10.12.16