Content tagged with Aerospace
posted in November 2000
We had five toes?
11/20/2000  Post a comment
What will amaze our descendents most when they open satellite KEO
France to debut plasma propulsion
11/20/2000  Post a comment
Engineers at French aerospace engine constructor SNECMA Moteurs are busily preparing for the launch of Europe
Foam helps recover naval treasure
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Archeologists and other researchers are much closer to unlocking the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of the H.L. Hunley, the first fully submersible submarine to sink an enemy ship in combat.
Sneak Previews
11/6/2000  Post a comment
Breakthroughs on the horizon
Powering up
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With the proliferation of cell phones and the Internet, onboard power requirements have become even more demanding.
Software crushes operational problems
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The Department of Defense recently found better ways of cleaning and crushing containment drums with the help of the Baum and Romstedt Technology Research Corp.

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