Its maiden flight went off without a hitch, but the world’s largest and longest aircraft, Airliner 10, nosedived into the ground this morning near Cardington Airfield in England. The 302-foot-long blimp, filled with 38,000 cubic meters of helium, experienced some damage, but the crew are “safe and well,” reports ArsTechnica UK.
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