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Cube Sats

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Cubesats are a modern, refined and highly miniaturized version of the bulky satellites that we currently employ into Earth orbit for all purposes such as communications and scientific experiments. 794 kata lagi

Science

How Might We Preserve the History of the Lunar Landing Research Facility?

How might we preserve the history of the Lunar Landing Research Facility (LLRF)? It is a germane question. Located at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, the LLRF was built in 1965 at a cost of $3.5 million. 1.452 kata lagi

Space

Hawaiian Airlines partners in aircraft mechanic apprenticeship with Honolulu

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Honolulu Community College students like Scott Yago are now getting valuable on-the-job training through a new aircraft mechanic apprenticeship program in partnership with… 252 kata lagi

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Jesse Brown and the Integration of Naval Aviation

Jesse Leroy Brown (1926-1950) is little known today but as a naval aviator he gained famed. As a little boy growing up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, he wanted to become a pilot. 844 kata lagi

History

Never Forget December 7

“This is not a drill!”

The storm of iron and explosives that broke over Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 was one of the finest applications of air power in all of World War II.   375 kata lagi

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The Wildness of World Airways under Edward J. Daly

There is wild, no doubt, and then there is World Airways wild. This company was the brainchild of Edward J. Daly, an iconoclast whose management and leadership made the corporation, based in Oakland, California, into one of the most important of the nonscheduled air carriers operating in the United States. 918 kata lagi

History

First manned balloon flight

Did you know that in 1783 François Laurent d’Arlandes and Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier made the first manned hot air balloon flight? The balloon climbed to an altitude of about 3,000 feet. 185 kata lagi

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