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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Enables 3D Printing of Alloy Metals

he technology to 3D print a single part from multiple materials has been around for years, but only for polymer-based additive manufacturing processes. For metals, jobs are typically confined to a single powdered base metal or ...
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Travel From Europe to Australia in 90 Minutes?

The SpaceLiner, a hypersonic spacecraft, could potentially take you from the USA to Australia in just 90 minutes. The company behind the project, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR,) plans to build the spacecraft b...
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NASA Wants to Build a Quieter Supersonic Passenger Jet

NASA plans to resurrect supersonic travel by giving Lockheed Martin $20 million to develop a preliminary design for a “low boom” supersonic passenger airplane that could potentially take you anywhere in the world in six hou...
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Creo Surfacing Level 9: Aircraft Forms

Creo Surfacing Level 9: Aircraft Forms Course Duration: 16 hours Overview: If  you want to work as an engineer in the aircraft industry, this class is a must.  Discuss different surfacing styles and techniques using air form...
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Manned Mission to Mars – Just 39 Days?

Currently, to travel to Mars it would take about nine months. NASA’s newest space exploration idea, the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR) is proposing to be able to send humans to Mars in about six weeks...
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The Creative and Business Lessons of the Mars Rover

Forget the rarified image of NASA projects. Before it even reached Mars, the Mars rover Curiosity had already influenced and borrowed from an eclectic range of industries back on Earth. As the most advanced Mars rover, Curiosit...
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