Why You Board the Plane from the Left
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Why You Board the Plane from the Left

Okay, I say the word “Airplane” and what do you imagine? I know, a very funny movie with really bad jokes, yeah, but let’s try harder. Okay. “Big, white, a rounded nose, relatively small tires, two oddly angled wings with their tips curling up, normally late taking off. Oh, and you always get on board […]

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RS-25 – The Ferrari of Rocket Engines
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RS-25 – The Ferrari of Rocket Engines

The RS-25 is a very complicated engine system and it’s more so than most rocket engines. The complexity is kind of defined in the fact that when we first started learning how to operate this engine we literally had to burn a few of them up before we could learn how to get it started. […]

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Ariane Rocket Failure! Vega Lost
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Ariane Rocket Failure! Vega Lost

This nurse with set sis sank cut D Very good Phenomenologically nominal The selected image or non-self balusters young do a search on to my Ariane 5 is a heavier Vehicle on Rises much more slowly weighs six times as much But Vega lifting off perfectly from French Guiana beginning the 15th mission in her […]

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Michael Dickinson: How a fly flies
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Michael Dickinson: How a fly flies

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast I grew up watching Star Trek. I love Star Trek. Star Trek made me want to see alien creatures, creatures from a far-distant world. But basically, I figured out that I could find those alien creatures right on Earth. And what I do is I study insects. I’m obsessed […]

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