Brandon Stark, 29, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab on Friday. The lab recently received approval by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly one of its drones at will.
Brandon Stark, 29, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab on Friday. The lab recently received approval by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly one of its drones at will. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Brandon Stark, 29, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab on Friday. The lab recently received approval by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly one of its drones at will. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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