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Amateur Astronomer Scores

02/22/2018 by redfred
I love it when an amateur in any Science makes an unprecedented discovery. The initial shock wave of a supernova has now been observed.
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Last comment 02/24/2018 by phoenix911
 

Aerodynamics: Flow Difference Between Supersonic and Hypersonic

02/08/2018 by at570
How is the flow different in supersonic and hypersonic? And how is the recirculating / wake area different? Is it longer, wider hypersonically? Edit:...
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Last comment 02/13/2018 by at570
 

Falcon Heavy

02/05/2018 by sadibo
Who’s watching this tomorrow? Heard it is the most powerful rocket ever. But Sat V had 7.5 mil lb thrust. Is this just hype? The man has balls (...
Views: 564, Comments: 52
Last comment 02/23/2018 by redfred
 

Galactic Chaos? No, Not Really.

02/02/2018 by JE in Chicago
More information to challenge conventional thinking. "Scientists thought the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies were unique: They’ve got rings of...
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Last comment 02/03/2018 by dkwarner
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Future of the 'Doomsday Planes'

01/04/2018 by HUSH
The E-4 aircraft is one of the most unique airplanes in the world. It serves in the U.S. Air Force's National Emergency Airborne Command Post, based a...
Views: 925, Comments: 59
Last comment 01/15/2018 by phoenix911

Recently Discovered Photo Shows Amelia Earhart May Have Survived Plane Crash

07/06/2017 by lmno24
A recently discovered photo shows that aviator Amelia Earhart may have survived a crash landing in the Marshall Islands. The photo, found in a long-l...
Views: 1180, Comments: 31
Last comment 07/15/2017 by SolarEagle
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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
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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

04/28/2013 posted in Common Purposes
by MillMatt
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