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Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) was part of an international team that recently discovered a relatively unpopulated region of the main asteroid belt, where the few asteroids present are likely pristine relics from early in solar system history.
The US said the aircraft experienced mechanical failure and that the aircraft was brought down in an unpopulated area.
to test drone flights beyond the visual line of sight of an operator in unpopulated areas, a practice that is currently banned.
Much of the island's 606 square miles is unpopulated and is set aside as a national park.
The state government said in a statement that the balloon "caused surprise among inhabitants because of the sound it made when it fell." Escalera said no one was hurt because the equipment came down in an unpopulated area.
Her hands were kind of "taken." Once they were in an unpopulated area, Officer Thompson carefully flung the snake to freedom.
The rockets fell in unpopulated area in the Eshkol region, and no injuries have been reported.
The national monument, established by President George W Bush in 2008, currently applies to ocean surrounding small, unpopulated US territories in the south Pacific.
Sheikh Nasser Al-Malish, the deputy governor of Shabwa, said the suspected drone strike targeted alleged AQAP militants and it caused no civilian casualties because the strike happened in an unpopulated mountainous area.
jet-fighters launched around 15 missiles on agricultural and unpopulated areas
Israel said a few were knocked down by Israeli defenses but most fell harmlessly in unpopulated areas.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Mon, Feb 3, 2014 Rutgers and the state of New Jersey, winners in the Federal Aviation Administration's drone test site selection campaign, will begin flying drones over relatively unpopulated areas of the state, such as the Pine Barrens, but the unmanned aircraft also may venture above the Jersey Shore.