The Spy Plane of the Future Is... a Blimp

Sept. 1 (Bloomberg) –- One company hopes to take blimps to new heights. Southwest Research Institute has developed the HiSentinel 80, an unmanned airship that can potentially stay aloft for 30 days and has a propeller that can be controlled from the ground. Potential future uses include military and scientific missions. Video by: Ryo Ikagami, Summer Delaney (Source: Bloomberg)
Obama Announces U.S. Clean Power Plan in Two Minutes
02:29 - President Barack Obama outlines his plan to reduce carbon emissions with rules aimed at cutting the use of coal in U.S. power plants. Watch all the key moments from Obama's speech at the White House in 2 minutes. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg)
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