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They are the defenders of the sky. They fly faster than the speed of sound, marvel at the blackness of space above and feel the speed and dynamics of the flight. They are military pilots of the Air Force of Ukraine.
Boston Dynamics’ Marc Raibert shows off exclusive footage of the Atlas robot. It runs, can move boxes, and much much more.
The B-2 was originally intended to carry nuclear bombs deep into Soviet territory if the Cold War had ever turned hot. Its shape – paired with the plane’s stealth systems – would enable it to be undetected by Soviet radars.
“Cyborgs: Heroes Never Die” is a film about the battle for the Donetsk airport, the fight against impossible odds by Ukrainian soldiers against the Russian army invading Ukraine in Donbas.
Ukraine’s state-owned defence holding, UkrOboronProm, has successfully completed a contract worth more than $240 million for supply Oplot-T main battle tanks to Thailand.
Thanks to portable cameras the Ukrainian snipers now do not have to lie still for several hours constantly looking through the scopes waiting for the enemy to walk in the crosshairs.
UkrOboronProm successfully tested 152 mm artillery ammunition of own production. Thus, Ukraine received own production of large caliber artillery ammunition.
By compressing all 13.8 billion years of time into a 10 minute scale, this video shows just how young we truly are, and just how ancient and vast our universe us.
Ukraine’s major manufacturer or armored vehicles, the Malyshev Plant in Kharkiv, has earned more than 110 million US dollars over the past year.
We will save our Sevastopol and Crimea (Ukraine), for the sake of our descendants. And we will return Alaska (USA) to the haven of the motherland (Russia).
A group of unidentified anti-Russian protesters attack Moscow's embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine to protest Russia's plans to hold elections in Crimea, annexed by Moscow. It...
Today's deploying of the five Earth observation satellites for Peru and Google marks 7th successful launch in a row of Vega rocket Today at 4:43...
The humanoid robot Atlas balancing on a line contact (plywood edge approx. 2cm thick). This video was recorded during a lucky run, usually the robot is not able to maintain balance for this long.