NASA and UAVs
Posted by Royce Rabanal on 6/29/2015 to
As the latest incident involving a UAV and manned aircraft hits the news, it seems that these continuing episodes are not going to stop until some form of regulated tracking can be enforced on UAV’s as they continue to enter national airspace; enter NASA.
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