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Liquid in Microgravity

07/29/2015 by Fredski
cool clip of an Alkaseltzer type of reaction on the ISS in High res
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Last comment 07/30/2015 by Mikerho

Space X Complacency

07/23/2015 by Fredski
Musk to actually do in house testing to certify future struts. (duh) the struts were rated to 10K LBS. but assumed to fail at just 2K fire up that 3D...
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Last comment 07/26/2015 by Shyam

Pluto Ice Mountain

07/21/2015 by Fredski
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Last comment 07/23/2015 by Mikerho

Space X Fail

07/20/2015 by Fredski company identified a two-foot steel strut that was holding dow...
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Last comment 07/23/2015 by tonyhemet

More Laser Propulsion

07/20/2015 by Fredski
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Last comment 07/21/2015 by Rixter
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Rise of the Drones

08/02/2015 by Texas Instruments
2015 is quickly becoming the year of drones. So what exactly is a drone? According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a drone is an unmanne...
Pathfinder Tags: batteries drones sponsored post texas instruments
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Europe Moves to a Modern Air Traffic System

07/29/2015 by IHS Engineering360 eNewsletter
Deployment of the program known as "Single European Sky" has begun. Avionics Today reviews recent progress regarding operational improvements and tech...
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Growing Mass of Junk Imperils Astronauts and Satellites in Earth Orbit

07/23/2015 by Quasar
The three astronauts living at the International Space Station were forced to take shelter on July 16 as a piece of space debris threatened to collid...
Pathfinder Tags: space debris
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Last comment 07/27/2015 by Unredundant
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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: 175, 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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