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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) -  St. Louis County police now say there were two suspicious packages left at the front door of a north county elementary school last week. The first one ignited and caused a small explosion breaking glass and producing some smoke. That triggered a fire alarm and prompted school administrators to evacuate the students and staff.

Original reports indicated there was just one package. The regional Bomb and Arson unit determined that one was not dangerous.

Authorities, including the FBI, continue to investigate the incident at Moline Elementary in the 98-hundred block of Winkler Dr.  What remains of the first package is being analyzed to determine what it was.

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It looks like a Star Trek Bird of Prey, and acts like a drone that terrorists cannot escape: A new military aircraft that’s powered by the sun and can conduct missions without landing for 45 days.

Airbus Defence and Space calls the new drone the High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS), but it’s been dubbed the Zephyr. What’s a “pseudo satellite”? It has satellite-type capabilities like extreme surveillance— but is on demand with the flexibility and versatility of an unmanned aircraft.

Unlike a satellite, the Zephyr can be landed, modified with alternative tech, and quickly re-launched to provide different capabilities as required.