New Russian SUPER WEAPONS 2016 - 2017 - The Type 98 - 120mm unguided anti-tank rocket system - The Type 98 (PF-98) is a 120mm unguided anti-tank rocket system developed by Norinco for the People's Liberation Army as a successor to the Type 65 and Type 78 recoilless guns. It is also known by its nickname, "Queen Bee"
Super advanced F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter jet plane in action over the Pacific operating from the USS America (LHA-6) a amphibious assault ship build extra for the F-35 to launch from everywhere on the planet.
Footage also shows aerial view of F35 planes, F-35 takeoffs and vertical landings during a F-35 test called Lightning Carrier Proof of Concept Demonstration.
Is this the scariest fly by ever?, a Ukranian SU27 fighter jet makes the people watching on the ground run out of the way, they thinks its gonna crash into them but the jet pulls out and off into the distance at the last second, very scary stuff.
Visualisation of the ExoMars Schiaparelli module entering and descending through the atmosphere to land on Mars. The animation follows a simulated timeline of the module, starting when it enters the atmosphere at an altitude of 121 km at 14:42 GMT. In six minutes it will use a heatshield, parachute and thrusters to brake from 21 000 km/h to a near standstill 2 m above the surface, where a crushable structure on its underside will absorb the final shock.
The key operational milestones are highlighted in the animation at the predicted times at which they have been calculated to occur. However, the actual times may vary depending on the atmospheric conditions on the day, the final path through the atmosphere and the speed at which the module descends.
The times indicated in the animation are onboard spacecraft times at Mars. The one-way signal travel time on 19 October is just under 10 minutes, meaning that signals relayed by spacecraft at Mars are received on Earth about 10 minutes after the event itself has happened on the Red Planet.
Both Schiaparelli and the Mars scenery in this animation are computer-generated.
In times of trouble, one man whipped out his camera to film the disaster, when something emerges from behind the cameraman. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Um, no. It’s a man. It’s very clearly a shirtless, barefoot man. Swooping to the rescue, he tries to help the dog by grabbing him by the scruff of the neck, but the petrified pup bites back, literally, making this rescue harder than it already is. Luckily, this unknown rescuer doesn’t mind a couple of bites for the good of dogkind, and finally, he manages to drag the panicking animal out with minimal fuss, to a chorus of cheers from bystanders.
This man deserves a medal, but if he’s a superhero, he could do with picking out a costume, or at the very least a belt. The video ends with him jogging towards the camera and back into the shadows, maybe to broodingly watch over this Russian town, but probably to put a shirt on.
During an episode of China Central Television’s "Impossible Challenge" talent show, an excavator engineer tester named Liu Weiren from the Sany Heavy Industry company wowed audiences as he successfully crossed a narrow, 15-meter-long "suspended bridge," by driving an excavator on just one track. Click the video to watch his extraordinary accomplishment.