Embraer Stock Plunges 12% on Earnings: 3 Things Investors Missed - Motley Fool

sábado, 5 de marzo de 2016

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2016/03/05/embraer-stock-plunges-12-on-earnings-3-things-inve.aspx

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ANALYSIS: America's hypersonic missile revolution beckons [feedly]

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ANALYSIS: America's hypersonic missile revolution beckons
// Flight Global HEADLINES

Long before hitching a ride to the moon aboard Apollo 11, then US Air Force test pilot Neil Armstrong was zipping around in a rocket-powered North American X-15, which to this day remains the fastest manned, winged aircraft ever built. That flight record of Mach 6.72 or 7,274km/h was set by pilot William Pete Knight in 1967.
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NASA Begins Work To Build A Quieter Supersonic Passenger Jet [feedly]

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NASA Begins Work To Build A Quieter Supersonic Passenger Jet
// Aero-News Network

Contract Awarded For Preliminary Design Of A 'Low Boom' Flight Demonstration Aircraft The return of supersonic passenger air travel is one step closer to reality with NASA's award of a contract for the preliminary design of a "low boom" flight demonstration aircraft. This is the first in a series of 'X-planes' in NASA's New Aviation Horizons initiative, introduced in the agency's Fiscal Year 2017 budget.
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Boeing Mulls A New Class Of Airliner [feedly]

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Boeing Mulls A New Class Of Airliner
// Aero-News Network

'Mid-Market' Aircraft Would Fall Between Single Aisle And Wide Body Airplanes Boeing is reportedly looking into the feasibility of creating a new airplane class that would fall between its current single aisle and wide body aircraft, but Randy Tinseth, Boeing's corporate VP for marketing, said that the idea faces several hurdles.
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Carbon nanotubes shown to protect metals against radiation damage [feedly]

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Carbon nanotubes shown to protect metals against radiation damage
// Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

An international team of scientists led by MIT has discovered that adding small amounts of carbon nanotubes to metals makes them much more resistant to radiation damage. Though currently only proven in low-temperature metals like aluminum, the team says that the ability of the nanotubes to slow the breakdown process could improve the operating lifetimes of research and commercial reactors.

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Category: Materials

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Beijing moves forward on airliner engine production capability - ATWOnline

http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engines/beijing-moves-forward-airliner-engine-production-capability

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Embraer net profit down 77 per cent in 2015 - MRO Network

http://mro-network.com/news/2016/03/embraer-net-profit-down-77-cent-2015/8421

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BEA report: Air France A320 and UAV in near miss - ATWOnline

http://atwonline.com/safety/bea-report-air-france-a320-and-uav-near-miss

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