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  1. Nov 7, 2019 · The airship was initially developed for the US military. When the programme was cancelledin 2013, it was brought back to the UK, rebuilt for civilian use and named Airlander 10. It was finally...

  2. Jun 25, 2021 · The airship design does come with some trade-offs, though. For one, its top speed will be about 80 mph (130 km/h), and it will generally average closer to 60 mph (100 km/h). That's closer to a...

  3. The Airship "America" of 1910: The First Attempt to Fly the Atlantic; The Hindenburg Disaster; Airship People; The Goodyear Blimp, Today and Yesterday; Zeppelin NT; Hydrogen and Helium in Rigid Airship Operations; Hydrogen Airship Disasters; The Airship and Futurism: Utopian Visions of the Airship; Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei (DZR) Zeppelin Mail; Airship Links

  4. At the dawn of mobile apps, Airship powered the first commercial messages and then expanded its data-led approach to all re-engagement channels (mobile wallet, SMS, email), app UX experimentation, no-code native app experience creation and App Store Optimization (ASO). With the Airship App Experience Platform and Gummicube’s ASO technology and expertise, brands now have a complete set of solutions to optimize the entire mobile app customer journey – from the point of discovery to loyalty

  5. The Airship "America" of 1910: The First Attempt to Fly the Atlantic; The Hindenburg Disaster; Airship People; The Goodyear Blimp, Today and Yesterday; Zeppelin NT; Hydrogen and Helium in Rigid Airship Operations; Hydrogen Airship Disasters; The Airship and Futurism: Utopian Visions of the Airship; Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei (DZR) Zeppelin Mail; Airship Links

  6. The airship was seen as capable of searching for hostile ships and tracking those ships until they could be engaged by coastal defenses or Army bombers. One TC class blimp, the C-41, was often used for various public relation experiments in the 1930s, including landing on the Washington D.C. mall to lay a wreath at the Lincoln Memorial [23] and experimented with picking up mail from a moving train.

  7. What is a Dirigible? “Airship” and “dirigible” are synonyms; a dirigible is any lighter-than-air craft that is powered and steerable, as opposed to free floating like a balloon. The word “dirigible” is often associated with rigid airships but the term does not come from the word “rigid” but from the French verb diriger (“to steer” ). Dirigibles include rigid airships (like the Hindenburg ), semi-rigid airships (like the Zeppelin NT ), and blimps (like the Goodyear blimp ).

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