Stratolaunch Systems Corporation, founded by the late billionaire Paul G. Allen, flew the world’s largest aircraft named ‘Roc’ on Thursday for a second time.
“Today’s flight, at first review, has appeared extremely successful,” Stratolaunch’s chief operating officer Zachary Krevor told reporters. “We accomplished all test points as desired, we have not seen anything anomalous, and we are very pleased with the condition of the aircraft upon landing.”
The Roc is a dual fuselage design and has a 385 feet wingspan. The purpose of the aircraft is to air-launch rockets into low Earth orbit. weiter zu den Videos hier