Another distinctive feature of the helicopter is its single-rotor design with a multi-blade anti-torque rotor ducted into the vertical tail
fin, which was used on Russian helicopters in Russia for the first time.
There's also the tailBeacon, a similar gadget that mounts on the vertical tail
on airplanes with tail-mounted position lamps.
The model features a large chrome grille, a very prominent and strong shoulder line, sharp vertical tail
lamps, interiors with space for seven occupants, climate control with vents for the second row, a touchscreen infotainment system with DVD playback and covered and uncovered storage spaces across all three rows.
Behind, vertical tail
lamps mirror the front, connected by a broad chrome garnish strip.
From its headlamps and triple-band LED Daytime Running Lamps to its threesegment vertical tail
lamps with intriguing "Stardust" technology, long-lasting and energy-efficient LEDs accomplish every exterior lighting function.
The rear finishes things off nicely with strong vertical tail
lights and in-your-face GT badging.
The silhouette of a black cat with dull brown eyes occupies the center of the painting, its vertical tail
visually mimicking the upward gestures of the exotic vegetation around it.
The aircraft is 238 feet from nose to tail and stands 50 feet tall from the ground to the top of the vertical tail
. And if that does not already give you an idea of how big the Stratolaunch is, it can hold up a takeoff weight of 1,300,000 pounds, meaning it's capable of carrying payloads up to approximately 550,000 pounds.
The tall vertical tail
light clusters have been carried on from the original model, despite the design having been copied by other makers.
R&D projects underway include robotic automation technologies in the manufacturing and assembly of large composite structures such as ailerons and Vertical Tail
Currently, R&D projects underway include robotic automation technologies in manufacturing of large structures such as Ailerons and Vertical Tail
We really did quite well." A brief summary of the integrated technology demonstrations completed by the ERA researchers: Tiny embedded nozzles blowing air over the surface of an airplane's vertical tail
fin showed that future aircraft could safely be designed with smaller tails, reducing weight and drag.