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    Aerospace and Defense registered user content locked

    By Bishel, Ashley | Hermans, Amanda Mounting political tensions and a realization by many governments that they need to be on the forefront of emerging technologies are driving an increase in global defense spending. For project…

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    Terminal Force registered user content locked

    More than six years and US$11.5 billion after Beijing set out to build a bigger and better airport, Beijing Daxing International Airport is now open. Designed by Zaha Hadid, Daxing's mammoth main…

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    Boeing 747 registered user content locked

    When the Boeing 747 made its maiden flight 50 years ago, long-haul air travel was just taking off. Once that twin-aisle, wide-body passenger plane took to the skies, everything changed. As the first…

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    Top 10 Most Influential Projects in Space registered user content locked

    The top 10 most influential projects in space over the last 50 years.

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    International Space Station registered user content locked

    It was the most politically complex space exploration initiative ever: Five government agencies spread across the globe would join forces to build a research station in low orbit. It was a noble…

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    Apollo 11 registered user content locked

    On 20 July 1969, the world watched in awe and disbelief as U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong slowly bounced across the moon's surface. it was one small step for man and one giant leap for project…

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    Rock Hoppers registered user content locked

    By Bishel, Ashley One small misstep for a project has led to one giant leap forward for space exploration. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) made history when it landed two roving robots on a moving…

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    3D Printing Takes to the Skies registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The U.S. space shuttle had over 2.5 million parts—an incredible feat of engineering, but also a staggering number of pieces that could break. Recently, aerospace companies have been embracing 3D…

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    Connecting Flights registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Air travel in Asia Pacific is taking off. More than half of all new global passengers between 2017 and 2036 will originate in the region, according to the International Air Transport Association.…

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    The Next Wave registered user content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate The U.S. military wants cutting-edge choppers. Replacing its decades-old combat and cargo helicopters is a critical mission, so the Department of Defense is overseeing parallel initiatives to create…