Another great video from General Electric. It explains in plain english how a jet engine works!
An F18 fighter jet is taking off from a aircraft carrier! I don’t know its mission nor where the photo taken but the photographer did a brilliant job!
This is a lightweight single-engine multirole fighter jet manufactured by the Swedish aerospace company Saab. The JAS 39 Gripen has a length of 14 meters, a wingspan of 8.41 meters and a maximum range of 3.250Km. It was designed to replace the Saab 35 Draken and 37 Viggen in the Swedish Air Force. Pretty, pretty, pretty!
Two beautiful items! Precisely made with the finest and toughest materials available on earth. Yet, lightweight like feathers, crafted like two pieces of art and engineered to the highest standards of our currently available technology. Loving it? Then hit the like button to show your appreciation!
And you make up your mind then drop a comment of what you choose. Road or Sky?
This is a jet engine intake fan system for todays photo of the day! It looks shiny and brand new as it suppose to be in this exhibition form! It’s actually a General Electric next-generation LEAP jet engine with 3D printed parts and advanced ceramic components for better durability and performance. GE developed and manufactures the LEAP in a joint venture with France’s Snecma