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Drones of New York

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Illustration by Remie Geoffroi

While unmanned aircraft remake American warfare and foreign policy, the FAA is gradually opening up U.S. airspace to drones that seek not enemies but profits (or just geeky fun). Here, some of the tiny flying machines that already call the city home base, the heights they reach, and how long they can stay there without recharging.

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