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Wind power with a Salem sail - The Salem News
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Wind power with a Salem sail
The Salem News
Wrapped in fabric found on small, racing sailboats and filled with helium, the 800-pound airship reached an altitude of about 350 feet ‚?? the height of the tallest standard wind turbine in use today ‚?? and sent energy down a cable to the ground.

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