The Stratolaunch came out of the hangar for the first time

The world’s largest aircraft came out of its hangar for the first time this Wednesday. The Stratolaunch designed to carry cargo and rockets into space has a wingspan of 117 meters, 28 wheels, six engines used by the Boeing 747 and carry more than 200,000 kilograms of payload. This aircraft belongs to the co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, left its hangar in Mojave, California to perform tests of fuel supply and more, until its first flight scheduled for 2019.  

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