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Content posted in July 2001
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Eagle's nest rededicated
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7/26/2001  Post a comment
-"The Eagle has landed," was radioed back to Earth 32 years ago this month as the first manned landing on the Moon was completed.
New cat on the block
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7/25/2001  Post a comment
Jaguar debuted its small sedan, the X-Type, to the automotive press last week.
Chipping away aircraft ice problems
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Researchers at the University of Illinois (UI) are taking a closer look at the flight dynamics of an iced aircraft.
DIP down
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IBM builds big
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Automation kit
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