What Falling Estimates & Price Mean For Embraer (ERJ) - Investing.com

lunes, 8 de agosto de 2016

http://www.investing.com/analysis/what-falling-estimates---price-mean-for-embraer-(erj)-200146724

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NATO prepares major boost to aerial refueling capability - NATO HQ (press release)

http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/news_134405.htm

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Lufthansa reports near-miss with UAV in Munich - ATWOnline

http://atwonline.com/safety/lufthansa-reports-near-miss-uav-munich

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See A Rocket Plume In All Its High-Def Glory

We've never seen a rocket test-firing look this trippy Rockets are hard to record. They're loud, Earth-shaking, and very, very bright. Not ideal conditions for sensitive recording equipment. To capture a plume in all its explosive awesomeness, NASA developed the High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyR...

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China launches first mobile telecoms satellite from Beijing

China has launched its first mobile telecommunications satellite. The Tiantong-01 satellite will establish a mobile network serving China, the Middle East, Africa and other areas, the state run Xinhua news agency reported. It was sent into space after midnight local time in Beijing (16:00 GMT) on...

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China to develop a hybrid spaceplane for cheaper space travel - SpaceFlight Insider

http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/organizations/china-national-space-administration/china-develop-hybrid-spaceplane-cheaper-space-travel/

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Aircraft Carriers Could Be Obsolete in the 2030s Even With F-35s [feedly]

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Aircraft Carriers Could Be Obsolete in the 2030s Even With F-35s
// War Is Boring — Medium

That is, if flattops continue to lack long-range strike capabilities

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AFRL and Intelligent Automation develop new damage registration sensor for aircraft [feedly]

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AFRL and Intelligent Automation develop new damage registration sensor for aircraft
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The US Air Force Research Laboratory's (AFRL) Materials and Manufacturing Directorate and Intelligent Automation have together developed a new tool to speed up routine aircraft engine exhaust inspections.
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CPI Aerostructures Awarded Contract By Embraer [feedly]

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CPI Aerostructures Awarded Contract By Embraer
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Will Supply Various Structural Components For E-Jets E2s CPI Aerostructures has been selected by Embraer S.A. of Brazil to supply various structural components used in the manufacture of engine pylon fairings for the Embraer E175-E2 aircraft, one of the members of the second generation of its E-Jets family of commercial aircraft, the E-Jets E2. CPI Aero has received a binding Go Ahead Notice for the first shipset to be delivered to Embraer during the first quarter of 2017.
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NASA makes the case for space-based atmospheric CO2-detecting laser [feedly]

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NASA makes the case for space-based atmospheric CO2-detecting laser
// Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

NASA engineers have developed a new instrument for gathering around-the-clock atmospheric carbon dioxide measurements from space. The CO2 Sounder Lidar would beam a laser down to the Earth's surface and measure the wavelengths of light that reflect back to provide a much more accurate measurement of CO2 levels than existing systems, and in a wider range of conditions.

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Tags: Carbon DioxideAtmosphereNASA Related Articles: Solar winds are stealing the Martian atmosphere New study casts doubt on Mars valley formation theory Colossal solar storms may have made ancient Earth habitable Novel theory explains carbon levels in the modern Martian atmosphere Cassini spots massive ice cloud above Titan's south pole Mesoloft will scatter your ashes from the edge of space
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Cheaper hybrid concentrated solar power plant design put to the test [feedly]

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Cheaper hybrid concentrated solar power plant design put to the test
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Concentrating solar power (CSP) plants focus the sun's thermal energy to produce steam that drives a turbine to generate electricity. Now, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) is testing the performance of a new hybrid system that is designed to increase efficiency and lower costs by combining a solar power tower with a low-temperature Fresnel evaporator.

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Category: Energy

Tags: EnvironmentConcentrating Solar Power Related Articles: Tulip solar power system gets its first commercial application AORA's Tulip solar power system is more than hot air Sunflowers inspire more efficient Concentrated Solar Power plant layout SoCalGas demonstrates Cogenra's cogeneration solar system for cooling purposes World's largest solar thermal plant now fully operational The race to build the world's biggest solar power plant heats up
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NASA explores greener future for aviation [feedly]

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NASA explores greener future for aviation
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From apps that suggest faster routes to airplane wings more resistant to bug guts, NASA is looking at air travel from every angle to improve efficiency and cut pollution. The Convergent Aeronautics Solutions project is very much on the conceptual side of these efforts, but by sparking the imaginations of the agency's brightest minds it could have some sort of say in the future of aviation. 3D-printed electrical engines and adaptive wings are among the five technological concepts selected for this year's project, all of which will now undergo a two-year study with a view to reducing aircraft fuel and emissions.

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OPINION: Why US Air Force needs a low-cost gun-slinger

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/opinion-why-us-air-force-needs-a-low-cost-gun-sling-428223/

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China installs radar in disputed waters: Japanese media

http://www.spacewar.com/reports/China_installs_radar_in_disputed_waters_Japanese_media_999.html

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Indian Tanker Deal May Still Be Concluded - Aviation International News

https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2016-08-03/indian-tanker-deal-may-still-be-concluded

Indian Tanker Deal May Still Be Concluded
Aviation International News
India has withdrawn the tender for a new air refueling tanker, more than three years after choosing the Airbus A330 MRTT in preference to the Ilyushin Il-78 following a second round of bidding. This latest example of indecision on major defense ...

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IAG enthusiastic about A321LR potential

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/iag-enthusiastic-about-a321lr-potential-428007/

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La Chine veut voler de ses propres ailes - Le Temps

https://www.letemps.ch/economie/2016/08/07/chine-veut-voler-propres-ailes

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Australia interested in Ukrainian Antonov planes: Ambassador - Ukraine Today

http://uatoday.tv/business/australia-interested-in-ukrainian-antonov-planes-ambassador-711052.html


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Australia interested in Ukrainian Antonovplanes: Ambassador
Ukraine Today
Local government and commercial organisations in Australia have shown interest in cooperation with Ukraine'sAntonov state-owned aircraft manufacturer. That's according to Ukrainian Ambassador to Australia Mykola Kulinych. "We have started taking first ...

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PICTURE: Airlander 10 exits hangar ahead of first flight

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/picture-airlander-10-exits-hangar-ahead-of-first-fl-428309/

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Embraer KC-390 Visits Middle East after Farnborough - Aviation International News

http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2016-08-04/embraer-kc-390-visits-middle-east-after-farnborough

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Pontifications: Eleven new designs in 10 years spurred orders

https://leehamnews.com/2016/08/08/pontifications-eleven-new-designs-10-years-spurred-orders/

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Lockheed Pitches Stealthy TR-X Drone As Next-Gen U-2

http://aviationweek.com/awindefense/lockheed-pitches-stealthy-tr-x-drone-next-gen-u-2

Lockheed says its unmanned TR-X, incorporating a new stealthy "skin," would be able to penetrate deep into enemy territory.

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Airbus A380 customer Qantas doesn’t want the last eight on order

Qantas says the dozen A380s it operates now are sufficient to meet demand, further dimming future sales prospects for the largest passenger plane that’s struggled to find buyers.


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Tragedy: Bugatti 100p Replica Down, Pilot Lost (Updated)

ANN has learned that the fatal loss of Scotty Wilson in the much beloved Bugatti 100p replica occurred about a minute into the third flight of the aircraft. After gear retraction, the aircraft was observed in a shallow climb before it reportedly rolled suddenly to the left and pitched down to impact. The accident was not deemed to be survivable and the aircraft burned after impact.
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Analysis: Aviation could consume a quarter of 1.5C carbon budget by 2050



https://www.carbonbrief.org/aviation-consume-quarter-carbon-budget




The aviation industry faces huge challenges if it is to meet its own self-imposed climate change targets, according to a new UN report.

And even if it does meet all its targets, aviation will still have consumed 12% of the global carbon budget for 1.5C by 2050, Carbon Brief analysis shows. If it fails to reach this target, its share of this budget could rise to as much as 27%.

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Serious Fraud Office opens Airbus corruption investigation - BBC News

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