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Elon Takes You on a Tour Inside Space X

06/29/2015 by Fredski its pretty cool
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Should We Use Russian Rockets for Launches Now?

06/29/2015 by Fredski
some say US ONLY! whatcha think? Russian RD-180...
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Last comment 06/30/2015 by Anonymous Hero

SpaceX Launch Fail

06/28/2015 by SolarEagle
Looks like a stage separation fail... First s...
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Last comment 06/29/2015 by adreasler

Tomorrows Launch Time

06/27/2015 by Fredski
scheduled for 10:21AM ET on Sunday. will it topple and burn again or stick the landing? go Elon
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Last comment 06/28/2015 by Fredski

F35 and Myths

06/27/2015 by Fredski the computer voice is annoying
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Last comment 06/28/2015 by 70AARCuda
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Testing for the Next Generation of People in Space

06/23/2015 by IHS Engineering360 eNewsletter
If the U.S. plans to send any humans into space in the foreseeable future, it will have to rely on private companies like SpaceX. That eventuality too...
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Lasers Lock on to Cosmic Debris

06/18/2015 by IHS Engineering360 eNewsletter
In the grand scheme of things, 3,000 tons of solid waste isn't a big deal - until you consider that's the amount of junk in orbit, posing problems and...
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Last comment 06/27/2015 by Wal

Can an Aircraft ‘Disappear’ in Flight?

06/02/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
This is a topic that has been widely discussed especially after the 'disappearance' of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Many aircraft passengers have...
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Last comment 06/07/2015 by mawendt
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Using Software to Aid Aircraft Design Analysis

04/17/2015 by SavvyExacta
Data is only as good as how it's used. And while there is a lot of data available about metal and composite structures, good software can help apply w...
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How to Predict In-flight Coaxial Jet Noise

04/03/2015 by SavvyExacta
Did you know that there are regulations regarding aircraft noise? Software is a valuable tool for predicting what aircraft might sound like in certain...
Pathfinder Tags: aerospace ESDU
Views: 122, Comments: 1
Last comment 04/05/2015 by lyn

ESDU Challenge: Acenaphthene

03/13/2015 by SavvyExacta
In this series from IHS ESDU, challenge questions will be posted for the community. Some questions may require calculations and others are general kno...
Pathfinder Tags: ESDU esdu challenge
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Last comment 03/13/2015 by lyn
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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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