Boeing’s St. Louis plant—once the home of McDonnell Douglas—where aircraft like the F-15, the F-4 and the Mercury and Gemini capsules were born, has been churning out Super Hornets for almost two decades now. And man, do they have the process down.
Man, building an aircraft carrier is just like playing with Lego bricks! At a much, much larger scale, of course. Here is footage showing how the final section of the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier the HMS Prince of Wales was slapped on top of the ship. The piece, known as Aft Island, weighs 750 tonnes and…
BAE Systems has just published an amazing time lapse video showing how the largest section of Britain’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier was tossed and towed to Rosyth Dockyard from the dock in Glasgow where it was built.
It’s amazing what a change of perspective can do—and in this case, a simple camera perspective trick transforms a huge Tokyo airport into an tiny toys set fit for a playroom.
Red Flag is an exercise held in three to four cycles each year which aims to provide realistic combat simulations for American and allied air crews. Half of those simulations come at night, and when the combat jets soar through the air, the resulting timelapse video, like this one posted at The Aviationist, or this…
Nissan put together a string of time lapses from this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans with scenes from everywhere: inside the pits, along the track and even in the car. The result was an absolutely beautiful piece of film that shows exactly why the endurance classic is regarded as one of the best races in the world.
After nearly ten months, the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) and her Strike Group arrived home back in San Diego yesterday. The historic deployment, which was the longest since Vietnam, saw the Nimitz Class super carrier’s Air Wing flying nearly six continuous months of missions over Iraq and Syria against ISIS targets.
Complete disassembly, machining, painting and reassembly in under 4 minutes.
The logistics involved in maintaining the constant flow of machinery in and around an airport is a thing of modern beauty. Add in a breathtaking mountain backdrop lined with a golden sun and Salt Lake City International Airport is basically an highly choreographed work of art.
Watching the world go by from the window of a plane at Mach 0.8 is hard to beat, but when it comes to an expanded world view, nobody gets a better picture than the residents of the International Space Station. Check out this time-lapse compilation by Germany's Alexander Gerst.
Ever wonder why the F1 circus loves going to Singapore? This timelapse should hint why.
This stunning video was shot and edited by Milton Tan, within the restricted access area of one of the world's busiest airports — Singapore's Changi Airport. As it turns out, airplanes in the night sky do look like shooting stars.
The world's most famous endurance race, 9,621 photos and 5 beers. Apparently, that is all you need to produce an amazing Le Mans 2014 time-lapse.
The default emotions in airports are pretty much all negative. You're either late, exhausted, frustrated, hungry, regretting Panda Express, remembering all the crucial things that were in the checked bag you'll never see again, or composing a complaint letter/Tweet in your head. But airports are also beautiful.
Tearing down an engine: how hard could it be, right? Uh, pretty hard, by the looks of this spectacular Porsche engine timelapse.
From the view out of its taxi cabs, to the paths of its ferries, from the top of its skyscrapers, to the kitchens of its tiniest restaurants. This is Shanghai, all in one timelapse.
F1 cars are amazingly complex. Every single part is on the car because it can make it go faster, there is no other reason. This is how you build one. Warning: This is porn for F1 fans, engineers, and anyone that loves cars.
New Yorkers might know the name of Gustav Lindenthal for designing the Hell Gate Bridge on the East River, but this great gentleman from the Czech part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire was also responsible for the Sellwood Bridge in Portland, Oregon. The problem is that 1925 was a long time ago, and the bridge's…
At an installment for the AV Festival in Newcastle England, an automobile accident is unfolding at the thrilling rate of 7 millimeters an hour, thanks to extremely slow hydraulics. This doomed VW Golf is the brainchild of Jonathan Schipper, who previously crashed two muscle cars over a span of six days.