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Stratolaunch: World's largest aircraft completes first test flight

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 14 April 2019
The Stratolaunch aircraft is designed to launch satellites and eventually passengers into space. The plane has two fuselages, 28 wheels, six engines and a wingspan almost double that of an Airbus A380.
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News video: World's largest aircraft flies over California for the first time

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MOJAVE DESERT, CALIFORNIA — The Stratolaunch aircraft flew over the Mojave Desert for more than two hours on Saturday for the first time, Reuters reports. The Stratolaunch plane is made up of two twin fuselages and massive wings. It is propelled by six Boeing 747 engines. The aircraft is...

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