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Metal Storm Few Upgrades Trajectory Net Cool Gun vs Jet

03/14/2017 by alex12
Metal Storm with Rotating 10-30 X 3-10 36-360 round each barrels/magazines with individual suspension increase the spread of the metal storm covering...
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Last comment 03/15/2017 by alex12

Event Horizon Telescope Ready to Image Milky Way's Central Black Hole

03/10/2017 by Andrew Westman
Scientists believe they are on the verge of obtaining the first ever picture of a black hole. They have built an Earth-sized "virtual telescope" by l...
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Last comment 03/11/2017 by StandardsGuy

Hubble Dates Black Hole’s Last Big Meal

03/09/2017 by Andrew Westman
For the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy, it's been a long time between dinners. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has found...
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Last comment 03/13/2017 by IQ

Aluminum Bronze Ams 4635 Bearing Allowable

03/08/2017 by Anonymous Poster
Hi All: I am looking for bearing allowable (Fbru) for bushing made of aluminum bronze AMS 4635. I did get Ftu from the spec, but not Fbru. Does anyo...
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Last comment 03/08/2017 by James Stewart
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Mars Conditions Tested on Heat Shield Materials

03/14/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
With X-ray imaging, 3D behavior at the microstructure level can be viewed as the sample materials are heated, stretched to the breaking point, and sub...
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Pu-238: Fuel for Deep Space Journeys

02/10/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The U.S. space agency NASA is particular when it comes to the fuel used to power its longest space missions — only plutonium-238 will do, but it...
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Last comment 02/11/2017 by StandardsGuy
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Women of NASA to Be Immortalized — As Lego Figurines

03/02/2017 posted in WoW Blog (Woman of the Week)
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Swaying from our typical posts highlighting a specific woman of note - I just had to share this news about some new Lego collectables being released s...
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3D Printing a NASA Space Wrench - Video

02/01/2016 posted in Workbench Creations
by SavvyExacta
Watch our 3D printer create a NASA space wrench! You may have seen our previous posts explaining that we would be conducting a live Periscope broadca...
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How To Dock With The International Space Station

03/24/2015 posted in Roger's Equations
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There's a really cool video of how astronauts take the Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station. It includes a discussion with astronaut Scott...
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Women Who Inspire in Space and Science

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The Wright Brothers 'Won' but Whitehead was First: Thanks to the Press

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