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Junk this complacency

This article first appeared as the lead Comment in the 7 May issue of Flight International: Say the word “spaceflight” and most people think of daring missions, dashing astronauts and achingly beautiful images of our own world or the deep cosmos. From Sputnik through Apollo and the Moon walks to Mars rovers, orbiting telescopes and […]

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Typhoon is bang on target

This week’s cover is one of the most striking we’ve had in Flight International for some time. Jamie Hunter’s pic is an air-to-air close-up of a RAF Eurofighter, taken during carriage trials with the Paveway IV precision-guided bomb. Hunter’s report in the 7 May issue looks at 11 Sqn’s debut Red Flag appearance with the […]

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