Pictured above is an experimental aircraft built by the USAF in 1956-57 known as “Project 1794″. It was built by the Canadian company Avro Aircraft, LTD. It was tested in Malton, Ontario. The test version was subsonic, but a Mach 4 version was on the drawing table.
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Yesterday’s event in Russia was a powerful, impressive and rare. Scientists are currently claiming that the explosion, apparently caused by a meteor, over Russian yesterday had the force of 30 Hiroshima bombs. But 100 years ago in a region of Siberia called Tunguska an explosion occurred that equaled 1,000 Hiroshima bombs. Yup, you read that right! 1,000 Hiroshima bombs.
Great actor. Great Doctor. After the jump, a few of the better tribute videos to the 9th Doctor!
Stunning videos of what appears to be a meteor exploding in the skies over the Ural Mountains in Russian. The Associated Press reports that the Russian Academy of Sciences claims that the object weighed more than 10 tons and injured as many as 400 people. The report went to state that it “entered the Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of at least 54,000 kph (33,000 mph) and shattered about 30-50 kilometers (18-32 miles) above ground”.
There are all kinds of dangers an adventurer might face. But nothing more intriguing than …
“Flying Saucers” originally aired on “Dangerous Assignment” on April 17, 1950. This is one of the shows from the early fifties that had both radio and television versions airing at the same time, and featuring the same cast. The TV series was somewhat obscure, and hard to find. But now, thanks to Hulu, the series can be watched for free. The television series only had a single 39 episode season. Hulu has made all the episodes available. The radio series ran for three years. About 90 episodes have survived. But series star the always reliable Brian Donlevy.