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Wind Tunnel Project

09/28/2016 by Windtunnelboy
Hi everyone, I am working on a Wind Tunnel and I have a hardware to modify from. I have no clue about sensors and I need sensors to measure Airflow, T...
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Last comment 10/01/2016 by Windtunnelboy
 

Maybe Space X Encountered a Garbage Bag Full of Hydrogen?

09/25/2016 by JE in Chicago
Ok.. not likely.. "At this stage of the investigation, preliminary review of the data and debris suggests that a large breach in the cryogenic helium...
Pathfinder Tags: aircraft airplane frozen turkey garbage bag hydrogen
Views: 300, Comments: 34
Last comment 09/27/2016 by SolarEagle
 

Is SpaceX Being Sabotaged?

09/10/2016 by Bayes
There is a lot of money and political interests, both nationally and internationally, at stake. The latest rocket failure at SpaceX has bewildered the...
Views: 468, Comments: 49
Last comment 09/21/2016 by JBTardis
 

SpaceX Failure

09/01/2016 by redfred
A Falcon 9 rocket exploded today while performing a static test. Was this the the reused rocket?
Pathfinder Tags: SpaceX
Views: 393, Comments: 41
Last comment 09/07/2016 by Bayes
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EPA to Propose Emission Limits for Aircraft

09/30/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken a first step in regulating greenhouse gas emissions from commercial aircraft. An endangerment...
Views: 84, Comments: 7
Last comment 10/01/2016 by lyn

Could Mass-actuated Control Change Aircraft Design?

09/13/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
A recent graduate of the aerospace engineering program at the University of Texas has flight tested a UAV that uses moving weights in its wings instea...
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Last comment 09/16/2016 by James Stewart
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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
by Bayes
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 world of engineering, technology and science is often associated with men, but if you look around this trend is starting to turn on its head. If y...
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The Wright Brothers 'Won' but Whitehead was First: Thanks to the Press

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IHS Jane's has shared on their website that the 100th anniversary edition of Jane's All the World's Aircraft will credit Gustave Whitehead as the firs...
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