Weather concerns have pushed back an Austrian daredevil’s attempt to break the world record for highest-ever skydive by one day, to Tuesday (Oct. 9).
An Austrian daredevil is gearing up to make the world's highest skydive on Monday (Oct. 8), a high-flying leap from 23 miles above Earth that promises to break more than one record if all goes according to plan.
The highest, fastest free fall in history has been postponed.
U.S. military flight tests have shown how drones could handle midair refueling by themselves, without human pilots. That raises the possibility of automated "flying gas stations" topping off robotic aircraft over future battlefields.
A large mass of cold air is moving south and east across the middle of the country, and within a couple days could bring temperatures in much of the Midwest and Northeast to the lowest points they’ve yet reached this fall.