Record of flying 880 km per hour glider without motor engine
California: A glider without a jet engine, rotating wings or a motor has been successfully demonstrated to fly 548 miles or 880 kilometers in the wind alone.
This process is called ‘dynamic tunneling’ in which high windy places like mountains are usually selected. For the first time in the air, the glider has been spotted at a record speed.
A device mounted on the glider has confirmed its lightning speed. Over the past 20 years, there has been a lot of progress in the field of dynamic tunneling and technology. In it, gliders are built on the principles of aerodynamics, which keep flying due to strong winds as soon as a plane lands on a hill.
Spencer Lizenbai of California holds the record. He also owns a company called DS Kinetic. The length of this glider is 130 inches or 3.3 meters. Its strong arms are made of carbon. Theoretically it can go up to 580 miles or 933 kilometers.