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Content tagged with Aerospace
posted in February 2001
Space Cadet may fly again
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Design of the Canadian Arrow is based on the German V-2
Mountain Goat flies like an eagle
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Gets into and out of tight places
Engineerings heroes
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Special awards issue recognizes engineers
Rocket Man
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There have been 102 Space Shuttle missions hauling astronauts and machinery into outer space, and Alex McCool has led the propulsion-system design for all of them
Bush plane has the performance edge
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New wing, prop, and muffler allow safe hauling of heavier loads in and out of tight, remote locations
Designing the 'green' machine
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Schneeberger contributes $20,000 to the Design News Engineering Education Foundation
Global partners should share common goals
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Continuing interview with the Administrator of NASA
Scooter really gets some 'air'
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SoloTrek air scooter - transportation of the future?




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