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Normal people can't imagine what kind of got to vent it yeah and in addition to Maria Molina with -- here in the after the show -- we also have an appointment who has been dispatched to our nation's capital.
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A little bit and have you she's got -- the air and space museum and during the live telecast she showed us the drones and there's one of them the predator behind -- -- very famous when they've got six at all.
Have you been able to oh there you are with Roger is one of the curators there have you it around that museum can -- Is so -- Cool.
You know -- absolutely as an and then being from Charlotte, North Carolina you know.
First in flight it's on the back of all the license plates and everything they've got a great example.
A few that the right flyers have what would you call -- the first aircraft that they used it -- -- great runners aboriginal right fire yet so there's there's a lot of great stuff but I do wanna talk a little bit more about the difference -- we think -- talk about the dark star in this never actually -- was flown during war.
That's correct it's it's a prototype so to the S extras that we have here experimental prototypes the dark star was the least successful of the bunch.
And let what was the problem with that well it was is unstable they didn't have the programming rights so one of the very first take offs that the drone when out of control crashed.
They fixed a little bit of that but ultimately.
-- the -- and a different direction.
However the work that was done on the on the dark star actually went into the -- 170 that was used.
During the bin Laden a -- -- note that was what was overhead -- same drone that -- captured later.
And this this predator this is -- we really wanted to focus on too because it's not just surveillance like some of the others it also is capable of attacking.
Right the big thing about -- drones are you Davies is we column now is that -- -- start of the arm now there were experiments or World War II even with arming drones.
But it's really been in the last decade missile technologies taken off and it was using the missiles off Apache helicopters and hellfire.
And putting on the predators that really changed the game hate and it was done just on the eve of 9/11.
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Is that available.
I hear that they've got a -- of -- I wish -- was -- with that the that's right we do have a flying -- there's a lot about that that we've got a new exhibit time navigation opening in a month and you'll get to see the flying beer wagons and a lot of details of it -- action they were used to actually at Fukushima daiichi after the tsunami in Japan.
Actually it was the first the first a -- to get.
Our real pictures of the inside of the damaged reactors and they still use them today operating nation moderate snow to keep the human safe there on site they actually by the -- around us.
And measures the the radiation.
Something the size of a beer -- that's right navy -- I think.
They're very nice and it before you come -- got to go downstairs and touch the moon rock.
-- -- -- -- -- -- out at some pictures and through that aren't great thing that I job well done thank you very much in a.
An -- set -- press today we'll see you back here tomorrow.
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