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Encyclopedia > Advanced Soaring Concepts

Advanced Soaring Concepts is a US sailplane manufacturer based in Camarillo, California. Their aircraft are marketed in kit form.


One of the company's most notable achievements was the design and construction of the Apex high-altitude research sailplane for NASA.



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