Sergey Brin's Revolutionary Airship

In March last year, Google co-founder Sergey Brin finally saw a return on the millions he has invested in a quest to build the world's largest and greenest airship for humanitarian missions. After six years of development, his secretive airship company, LTA Research and Exploration, quietly made its first sale: an a 18-metre long, 12-engined, all-electric aircraft called Airship 3.0. The price? According to an FAA filing obtained by IEEE Spectrum, it was just $18.70.

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