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Techsphere Signs Exclusive Ad Licensing Agreement With 21st Century Airships


Atlanta GA (SPX) Oct 10, 2005
Cyber Defense Systems, and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Techsphere Systems International has announced the signing of a Advertising License Agreement between Techsphere Systems International and 21st Century Airships

This agreement grants Techsphere Systems International a worldwide exclusive license from 21st Century Airships to manufacture "commercial advertising" semi-spherical airships.

"This Agreement broadens our core global business opportunities with the low altitude Airship," said Mike Lawson, President of Techsphere Systems International.

"In the very near future you will see floating soccer balls such as the recent demonstration in Canada and featured on the Discovery Channel;. There could be multiple products envisioned such as baseballs, tennis balls, basketballs, golf balls, footballs and other unique shapes," added Mr. Lawson.

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NASA's Experimental Sailplane Soars Like A Bird
Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Oct 07, 2005
With the graceful flight of hawks and eagles in mind, NASA aerospace engineer Michael Allen recently hand-launched a 15-pound motorized model sailplane over the Southern California desert. He was hoping it would catch plumes of rising air called thermals.







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