Flying Penguins – YouTube

Penguins flying underwater at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, PA.

French inventor successfully crosses the English Channel on a hoverboard – The Verge

Franky Zapata Attempts To Cross The English Channel On His Flyboard

After a failed attempt at the end of July, French inventor Franky Zapata successfully crossed the English Channel early Sunday morning on his Flyboard Air, a jet-powered hoverboard.

Source: French inventor successfully crosses the English Channel on a hoverboard – The Verge

Newly Discovered Bat-Like Dinosaur Reveals the Intricacies of Prehistoric Flight | Science | Smithsonian

Bat-Like Dino

Though Ambopteryx longibrachium was likely a glider, the fossil is helping scientists discover how dinosaurs first took to the skies.

Source: Newly Discovered Bat-Like Dinosaur Reveals the Intricacies of Prehistoric Flight | Science | Smithsonian

Flyboard Air Hoverboard Can Go 93 MPH and Soar to 10,000 Feet | Nerdist

The training engines are off people! There is now a real hoverboard that would get the Green Goblin giddy with maniacal delight and it’s called the Flyboard Air. Oh, and it can go up to 93 mph and fly 10,000 feet in the air. No, you did not read those numbers wrong. The Flyboard Air comes from the insanely inventive team at Zapata Racing, which is led by the—apparently—insanely brave Franky Zapata. If the Zapata company name doesn’t ring a bell, its original Flyboard probably will. The part-watercraft, part-aircraft (nicknamed “dolphin jetpack”) blew our collective minds when it appeared back in 2011 and showed riders springing out of the water and then flying and looping tens of meters into the air like marine mammals who forgot gravity is a thing. But this Flyboard Air. This legitimately takes hoverboards to a whole new level. Unlike the original Flyboard, the Flyboard Air doesn’t require a water source to propel itself, although it’s not 100% clear how it works, as no mechanical

Source: Flyboard Air Hoverboard Can Go 93 MPH and Soar to 10,000 Feet | Nerdist