The F-22 Raptor’s Successor Will Be Bigger and Faster Than a Typical Fighter [feedly]

sábado, 22 de octubre de 2016

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The F-22 Raptor's Successor Will Be Bigger and Faster Than a Typical Fighter
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The U.S. Air Force wants a plane with more range and a heavier payload in the 2030s

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7500 postes «touchés» dans une restructuration chez Bombardier - TVA Nouvelles

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7500 postes «touchés» dans une restructuration chez Bombardier
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Tous les concurrents de Bombardier dans le monde reçoivent des aides de leur gouvernement respectif. «LeComac C919, concurrent de la CSeries, a été complètement financé par le gouvernement chinois. C'est indécent que le gouvernement ne supporte ...

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Embraer: Chinese startup rule creates opportunities | Manufacturers ... - ATWOnline

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Embraer Commercial Aviation CEO John Slattery believes a new rule, which initially limits Chinese startup airlines to smaller aircraft, could create opportunities ...

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Canister found after London City Airport evacuation

A suspected chemical incident that led to the evacuation of London City Airport may have been caused by a passenger accidentally discharging CS gas before check-in, the Met have said. A canister, believed to be "a CS gas or spray", was discovered by police during a search on Friday afternoon. Abo...

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Schiaparelli: Mars probe 'crash site identified'

The gouge in the ground likely made by Europe's Schiaparelli probe as it hit the surface of Mars on Wednesday has been imaged by an American satellite. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has identified a large dark patch in the robot's targeted landing zone consistent with a high-velocity impa...

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Will the first tourists on Mars be robot avatars?

Blue sunsets, giant canyons and Martian volcanoes – soon tourists might be able to explore the Red Planet from the comfort of their own living room. It's midday on Mars. The scarlet skies are clear and it's a balmy zero degrees – the perfect conditions for a day out. One by one, the sightseers ho...

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The amazing cloud cities we could build on Venus

Space scientists are pouring much time and effort into colonising Mars. But could we also live in the atmosphere of Venus? BBC Future investigates. It's hot enough to melt lead, the acid rain will scorch the flesh from your bones – and it's the perfect place to raise a family. Venus, not Mars, mi...

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Tech Inspired By Nikola Tesla Charges Drones In Mid-Air

Imagine flying robots that never had to land, ever Everything that flies must eventually land. Unless, say, it's an all-electric drone that can recharge while in flight. Researchers at Imperial College London have demonstrated a way to transfer electricity wireless to a flying drone. Even better:...

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New NASA Photos Show ExoMars Lander May Have Exploded On Impact

Cratered hopes When an object traveling through space encounters a planet, what survives of that encounter usually leaves a mark. This is no less true for meteorites than it is for expensive, carefully calibrated robots. Launched toward Mars by the European Space Agency, the Schiaparelli lander h...

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