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U.S. unmanned aerial systems producer Insitu is teaming with Brazil's Santos Lab for manufacturing and marketing of its drones in the country. Brazil. "Partnering with Santos Lab is the first step in establishing a local presence for technology
A small tactical UAS from Insitu Inc. has been launched for the first time from a U.S...The RQ-21A unmanned aircraft system, built for the Navy and Marine Corps , flew for two hours, the company said. "Insitu is extremely proud of the partnership we
ScanEagle UAS intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services for the U.S. military. The services of Insitu's mid-endurance unmanned aerial system are worth as much as $190 million and will be provided to the U.S...ScanEagle system and we look
Suggested Topics After 70,000 years of world history, recounted by Andrew Marr on TV and in print, comes 40,000-odd years of music history, once again over eight episodes (starting 26 January) and also in book form. There's no denying that Howard
Benedict XVI has named two new "doctors" of the church, conferring one of the Catholic Church's highest honours on a 16th-century Spanish preacher and a 12th-century German mystic who was not officially recognised as a saint until earlier this year.
Getty Images Dixe Wills walks the length of the Rhine Gorge, from one fairytale castle to another, via vineyards and villages...When I signed up to walk the Rhine Gorge, a large part of my brain conjured a scene of an elongated version of Cheddar
Pope Benedict XVI on Thursday named 12th-century German mystic nun and polymath Hildegard of Bingen a saint. Hildegard is revered by Catholics, most of whom already thought she was a saint, but in fact two previous canonisation attempts had gone awry.
Garth Knox 's utterly original recital combines its dusky tones in new music by Kaija Saariaho (with electronics) and Knox himself (a flash of moody Piazzolla) with music for the larger viola d'amore and medieval fiddle.
detail from The Vision of St Hildegard , attributed to Battista Dossi. Photograph: Bridgeman Art Library In the middle of the 12th century Hildegard of Bingen explained the aetiology of melancholia...Black bile, too much of it: "It causes the veins
February 19, 2012 Maybe Vitruvian Man doesn't ring any bells, but you'd definitely recognize the drawing. A long-haired, naked man perfectly inscribed inside a circle and square? Created before his masterpieces The Last Supper and Mona Lisa ,