Atlas V Rocket Launches with TDRS-M Satellite
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Atlas V Rocket Launches with TDRS-M Satellite

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 And we have liftoff of TDRS-M on an Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41. TDRS-M, securing space-to-ground communication for NASA’s low-Earth orbit operations, including the International Space Station. The Atlas is (performing) its yaw maneuvers in its planned path at an inclination of 26.2 […]

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Angels Of Flex! [ Fly away TF2 ]
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Angels Of Flex! [ Fly away TF2 ]

Fly away, now. Fly away, now. Fly away Fly away, now. Fly away, now. Fly away You are… You are… You are… You are… Now, Fly away, Fly away, Fly away Now, Fly away, Fly away, Fly away Heart stood still, when we first met I thought we’d be, together, yet You’re using me, for […]

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Home-brew Bottle Rockets – (From Household Materials)
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Home-brew Bottle Rockets – (From Household Materials)

In a previous project we made some homemade fuses, that can double as improvised sparklers for holiday celebrations. In this project we’re up-cycling these fuses into super simple, fuse propelled, bottle rockets. To make a little rocket like this, we’ll first need to gather up some simple materials, like wooden skewers, electrical tape, aluminum foil, […]

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Jet Engine Homemade 2.0 | 1. Testrun
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Jet Engine Homemade 2.0 | 1. Testrun

This is a short compilation from the first test runs. The jet engine should run with propane and gets started with an electric motor or compressed air (we tried both). Unfortunately it is not self-sustain, but sometimes it doesn’t look so bad, but this you can watch now. To improve it we have now two […]

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Carving An Airplane For My Son
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Carving An Airplane For My Son

I start by free handing a rough sketch of the airplane The wood I’m using is cedar elm I’m using my marking gauge to layout the mortises which will hold the wings in place I’m using a 1/4″ mortising chisel to cut the mortise I want to go about 1/2″ deep Checking depth with my […]

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