Remember this big … aircraft we covered on the blog a few weeks ago? The world’s largest aircraft (it’s about the length of a football field) that was originally designed to be a part of the United States Army’s surveillance fleet in the Middle East? The “Airlander 10”?
Yeah. It crashed in England on a test flight when it attempted to land.
Other than that, testers of the plane (that’s being likened to a human rump) say everything is fine.
In case you forgot, the floating behemoth can remain in flight for five whole days and carry a whopping 22,000 pounds.
Here’s a clip of the thing bouncing off the turf across the pond: