SpaceX is set to launch two prototype probes on Sunday to test the...
France-based company STELIA Aerospace has collaborated with Constellium, Centrale Nantes and CT Ingénierie to develop a demonstrator for metallic self-reinforced fuselage panels using additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology.
Following our previous article about optical fibre connectors for space at the previous ICSO2012 conference, we present here optical connector will be qualified using the ESCC system and report on the final qualification of the AVIM and Mini-AVIM.
New research conducted by a team of aerospace engineers at the UK-based University of Bristol has revealed that an acoustic blockage-detection system can avert future accidents by alerting pilots of a blocked pitot before the situation becomes critical.
NASA is developing an experimental supersonic aircraft that will be able to reach speeds of up to 1,100mph and travel quietly enough to fly over land, making it almost as fast, and more direct, than Concorde.
Nasa is set to return a piece of Martian meteorite onboard its Mars 2020 rover mission, which is currently under development at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, US.
Optical fibre connectors have been used for the past fifteen years in space application. Reviewing the heritage from past and current missions, the status of ESCC standards for these components and assemblies will help future use of fibre in space applications.
A team of researchers at Washington State University in the US has re-created an ocean of Titan, as part of a project to help Nasa to test how a submarine might work on Saturn’s largest moon.
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