The C-130 Hercules can basically land whatever the hell it wants, so the Danish Air Force took it to the beach because a) it's fun! and b) you never know when you will have to invade a country. You can see it from multiple angles, including the cockpit. Bonus: A collection of all-terrain Hercules landings—and a…
Ever wondered what air-to-air refuelling looked like up in the night skies? Thanks to the UK's Royal Air Force we can show you: this is what a Lockheed C-130 Hercules crew sees when refueling at night. So, quite a lot like Tron, then. [Cpl Neil Bryden/Royal Air Force/Facebook)
Like ducks in a row, five C-130 Hercules aircraft lined up before taking off at Yokota Air Base, Japan. That's one intimidating traffic jam to be in. The picture was taken for the US Air Force by Senior Airman Cody H. Ramirez on their Instagram page.
Every time I look at the sky in a remote location, far away from cities' light pollution, I marvel at the immensity of the Universe. But this video truly shows how much bigger the Universe is, how impossibly huge. Just watch and look at all those dots turn into galaxies until you reach your destination.
Check out this formation of eight U.S. Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft flying in formation near Mount Fuji, Japan. It's so beautiful that it looks like an illustration or a frame from a lost Akira Kurosawa modern war film.
"If you could hold a giant magnifying glass in space and focus all the sunlight shining toward Earth onto one grain of sand, that concentrated ray would approach the intensity of a new laser beam made in a University of Michigan laboratory." - Physorg
I'm not sure why every product made for the iPod has to start with a small "i". Anyway, Hercules has a new outdoor speaker for your iPod coming soon called the i-XPS 120. The cool part is that this particular speaker is designed for the outdoors and is waterproof. So waterproof, in fact, that the test unit Hercules…
Now you can make your own version of Cranky Geeks starring you, your brother, and the dog you nicknamed "John C. Dvorak", with this Hercules Dualpix HD webcam. The 1.3 megapixel video sensor gets you 30FPS of high definition goodness, plus 3x digital zoom and even 5 megapixel stills.
I don't know who really uses these pathetic "user-friendly" DJ packages, but here's yet another one to let any moron mix his own music on the PC. The Hercules DJ Console Mk2 mixing controller looks like the real deal, with two jog wheels emulating two vinyl turntables, a cross fader slider and two volume sliders,…