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While the risk of a midair collision isn't great, that doesn't mean we should ignore it.
The method develops a moving sweet spot for levitation, which enables the scientists to move the object midair.
A review of the causal factors for midairs and NMACs reveal that failure to adhere to procedures, directions, and/or instructions; poor or incomplete communications; poor coordination; complacency; bad scanning techniques; and failure to adequately train or supervise personnel are cited most often.
Controlling his skateboard in midair will be critical as Shaun perfects new tricks.
Comparing the two areas, one might conclude that Moody would require a smaller Midair Collision Avoidance (MACA) program, whereas Luke would require much more.
The search and rescue medical technician rappelled from the Sea King to the victim and assisted him while suspended in midair, because the ledge wasn't big enough for two people.
One huge piece, a rumbling mass of three bison weighing nearly 5000 lb, appears to be suspended in midair over a man-made cliff.
rockets race toward the nuclear missile and destroy it harmlessly in midair.
The Tupolev exploded in midair and crashed into the Black Sea 190 kilometers south of Sochi on Thursday afternoon.
A Russian commercial jetliner with 77 people on board exploded in midair on Thursday and crashed into the Black Sea in an accident that has triggered fear of a suicide terror attack as well as unconfirmed reports of a mistaken missile hit.
Will meets Lyra after he finds a window into another world, in midair.
The Defense Agency on Thursday presented to three Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) security affairs panels a draft of a bill eyeing funding in fiscal 2001 for procurement of a midair refueling plane, agency officials said.
But look out, a few ghosts have learned this trick too, and might catch PAC-MAN midair as he chomps through the scrolling maze worlds.
In the aftermath of its investigations into recent midair collisions the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in November released guidance for pilots stressing "the inherent limitations" of the long-standing see-and-avoid practice and urging adoption of technological solutions.
military flight tests have shown how drones could handle midair refuelling by themselves, without human pilots, which raises the possibility of automated "flying gas stations" topping off robotic aircraft over future battlefields.