Gallery: Boeing Unveils Strangely Cute Hydrogen-Powered Phantom Eye Spy...

 

Targets of espionage beware! Planemaker Boeing just unveiled its new hydrogen-powered spy plane yesterday, and the strangely cute and chubby aircraft is capable of flying at an altitude of 65,000 feet for a period of four straight days. Called the Phantom Eye, the plane is one of the greenest out there since its only byproduct is water!

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  1. matthewbrunswick July 15, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    Green? because I am sure that the US military will source hydrogen which isn\’t produced using fossil fuels, as most is. The US military is the biggest single user of petroleum products in the world. Do the words military-industrial complex mean anything to you?

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    […] expect this to be the beginning of a boom in hydrogen-powered plants, however. Hydrogen power still costs five times as much as power produced from coal, and […]

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