Aerospace & Defense
NASA's Langley Research Center developed a deployable and stowable mechanical design for filling the cavity behind the leading-edge slat (i.e., slat cove), when it is extended upon landing an aircraft. Aerodynamic flow over an unfilled cavity typically exhibits strongly unsteady behavior that is a source of aeroacoustic noise.
Researchers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center have developed a new approach for putting satellites and other payloads into space that will revolutionize the commercial launch services market. Capitalizing on the advantages achieved by releasing payloads in midair rather than launching them from the ground,
There is no global, mandatory reporting requirement for shipping containers lost overboard at sea. Obviously the companies responsible would rather not mention that they regularly drop containers into the world’s oceans.
Currently the World Shipping Council estimates that 2,700 shipping containers are lost at sea each year.
Creating a Spacefaring Future for Humanity by Exploring the Final Frontier with Low-Cost, Open-Source Nanosatellites
Our Sirena Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUV / marine robot offer the ultimate in autonomous remote subsea survey capability. These free-swimming autonomous underwater vehicles are characterized by great maneuverability and high accuracy of stabilization. Hydrodynamic shape, accurate instruments and excellent battery capacity makes these AUV's ideal choices.
The field of Flapping Wing Micro Aerial Vehicles (FWMAVs) or commonly known as Ornithopters have seen a tremendous amount of research based upon an argument that they are more efficient than the traditional stationary wing or the rotary wing flight at smaller scales.
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