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The world's biggest airship just crashed into a field

The frankly monstrous Airlander 10 - the vast British 'flying bum' that holds the lofty title of the world's largest aircraft - has just crashed into a field during a test flight at Cardington airfield, Bedfordshire.

That's a statement that will probably provoke several questions, so let's answer a few of them. 

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