AIAA SciTech Forum 2019 Exhibit Hall - San Diego, CA #AiaaSciTech
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AIAA SciTech Forum 2019 Exhibit Hall - San Diego, CA #AiaaSciTech
#AIAA SciTech Forum 2019 - Boeing Trans Truss Braced Wing Concept
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The first flyby of a Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) is set for New Year's Day 2019. 🥳
JHU Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) Scientific American
NASA’s New Horizons is poised to arrive at the most distant object ever seen up close—and there could be more to come
Don Eyles: Space Hacker - How the Apollo 14 computers were debugged en route to the moon 🌒 #NoPressureOrAnything
Join us at #AiaaSciTech for a special Forum 360 discussion with Don Eyles - "Engineering Apollo", Tuesday, 8 January http://bit.ly/2V2LMjs
This programmer saved the Apollo 14 mission with a few dozen keystrokes
The Royal Aeronautical Society put together a list of books that would make any aerospace engineer happy this holiday season. 🎁 "AeroDynamic - Inside the High-Stakes Global Jetliner Ecosystem" was published this year by #AIAA. 📖
Looking for a few last minute present ideas? TIM ROBINSON presents his personal round-up of 2018 aviation, aerospace and space books.
Congratulations to Virgin Galactic for bringing a pair of astronauts from the Earth to the edge of space and back! 🔥
Virgin Galactic completed its longest rocket-powered flight ever on Thursday, taking a step ahead in the nascent business of space tourism.
#AIAA is a proud educational sponsor of Team America Rocketry Challenge. 🚀 Sign up here to be a mentor in 2018 and beyond: http://bit.ly/2zKPGoq
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The Aerospace America Year in Review issue: http://bit.ly/2QvbyxA
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#AIAA members review the year's biggest breakthroughs in aerospace. #AIAASciTech
“Participating in CVD was like getting a bird’s eye view" 👁️ See for yourself at #AIAA Congressional Visits Day - 20 March 2019 in Washington, D.C. 🇺🇸 http://bit.ly/2DYZi1B #AiaaCVD
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#AIAA Members: Update your profile and professional interests on AIAA.org to maximize the benefits of membership! Select up to 3 professional interests that qualify you to vote for directors of those Technical Groups: http://bit.ly/2DS6eNZ #CountMeIn✔️
MIT researchers have used ion drive—until now a purely space-based system—to fly a model plane a short distance indoors. - via IEEE Spectrum
MIT researchers have used ion drive—until now a purely space-based system—to fly a model plane a short distance indoors
The only flyby of Neptune was conducted by Voyager 2. Popular Science explains why getting to the outer reaches of the solar system is so difficult.
Join the worldwide #GivingTuesday movement and help redefine the giving spirit this holiday season! Give a gift to advance aerospace. www.aiaafoundation.org
#GivingTuesday is 27 November, join the movement and give a gift to advance aerospace. www.aiaafoundation.org
The X-59 QueSST is in production. 😎 #AiaaSciTech
Earlier this year, NASA awarded Lockheed a contract worth nearly $250 million to develop an aircraft capable of reaching supersonic speed without creating the deafening sonic boom that comes with breaking the sound barrier.
Boom Supersonic is working on a demonstrator plane that could fly as soon as the end of 2019.
Before Colorado-based plane maker Boom Supersonic can launch its airliner, it has to see its 1/3-scale starter plane take off.
Last Chance to register for #AIAA DirectTech Telemetry Webinar - 15 November from 1300-1430 hrs EST. The webinar is intended for technicians and engineers that support or analyze data transmitted from a high-speed moving device to the ground. 🛰️ http://bit.ly/2PwZoo7
The distress beacons of tomorrow will be equipped with read receipts. 💬
Managers of the international, satellite-aided search-and-rescue network have plans to make it faster and more accurate, knowing that they must do so without jeopardizing the service’s famous reliability. Meanwhile, a host of separate commercial SAR services are on the rise, welcomed by consumers ...
Honoring all who have served. 🇺🇸 #VeteransDay2018
Maximize Your Membership! 👨🏾💻 Update your profile by 18 January to ensure that #AIAA can provide you the correct electronic ballot for the 2019 election. https://www.aiaa.org/Count-Me-In/ #CountMeIn☑️
If all goes as hoped, communities in the flight path will find the noise from the X-59 acceptable compared to a sonic boom. 🔉#AiaaAviation
Learn about aerospace industry developments in AIAA’s Aerospace America Magazine, the voice of the aerospace industry.
Last Chance to Submit an Abstract for 2019 AIAA AVIATION Forum ❗
Abstracts for the 2019 #AIAA AVIATION Forum are due Wednesday, 7 November 2018, 2000 hrs ET, USA. Join the list of respected industry experts by presenting and publishing at the forum. http://bit.ly/2JPjt3b #AiaaAviation✈️
“As an #AIAA member I have the opportunity to grow and learn in my technical career, as well as contribute in an impactful way to the local aerospace community through STEM outreach activities.” – Chris N., Life Support Systems Integration Engineer, Lockheed Martin http://bit.ly/2yFNtZY
Innovation & Opportunity Conference - Advancing Aerospace and Defense. 7-9 November in Aurora, CO. Join government agencies, NASA SBIR/STTR, and businesses looking to expand and actively participate in tomorrow's aerospace and defense. https://www.innovation-opportunity-conference.com/ #AIAA
These researchers have an idea for producing batteries that can discharge quickly enough to get an aircraft off of the ground. 🔋🔌
- via MIT Technology Review
A manufacturing trick with magnetic fields produces a battery that may discharge fast enough to get an aircraft off the ground.
Innovation & Opportunity Conference: Advancing Aerospace and Defense. 7-9 November in Aurora, CO. Join NASA SBIR/STTR, government agencies, and businesses looking to expand and actively participate in tomorrow's aerospace and defense. http://www.innovation-opportunity-conference.com #AIAA
Dandelion seeds are held aloft by some complicated physics 🌬️ #AiaaSciTech
Scientists from the University of Edinburgh have discovered the secret to dandelion flight: a vortex of air previously unseen in nature.
Attention Students! - Applications Now Being Accepted for 2019 AIAA Foundation Scholarships and Graduate Awards
The #AIAA Foundation will present 12 Undergraduate Scholarships and 9 Graduate Awards in 2019 and has awarded more than 1,300 scholarships and awards to undergraduate and graduate students over the past 20 years. 📚✏️ http://bit.ly/2z4jcV0
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
#AIAA is looking for mentors to assist students in the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC): https://www.aiaa.org/tarcmentorsignup/
We're LIVE! TUNE IN live this morning for #Transformers: Space featuring an interview with Vice President Mike Pence. Plus, you'll hear from NASA’s Jim Bridenstine, Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye, George Whitesides, Christopher Ferguson, Vic Glover, and many more. 🌌
Tomorrow at 9 AM EDT! Sign up here to receive a reminder for the livestream of the Washington Post #Transformers Space event. 🌌
REMINDER: For those interested in competing in the next Design/Build/Fly contest - the deadline to submit your team's entry form, a team roster, and a brief proposal is 31 October by 1700 hrs (EDT). https://www.aiaadbf.org/Submissions/ #AiaaDBF🛩️
#AIAA in the The New York Times - Michimasa Fujino is the C.E.O. of the Honda Aircraft Company, which received the 2018 AIAA Foundation Award for Excellence for leading the design, development, and commercialization of the HondaJet.
Michimasa Fujino wanted to play table tennis professionally. He engineered a plane and founded Honda Aircraft instead, but his passion for the sport still burns.
“Being an #AIAA member allows me to stay up-to-date on the happenings in the aerospace industry, and to help the industry grow, working side-by-side with the best of the best from around the world.” – Janice G., Vision & Visibility Systems Engineer http://bit.ly/2yFNtZY
Aerion Corporation is targeting 2023 for a first flight with this new engine. #AiaaSciTech
Aerion and GE Aviation are proud to introduce the world’s first civil supersonic engine in 50 years. Watch the video.
Registration is open for #AIAA SciTech Forum 2019 in San Diego, California: http://bit.ly/2CbpV2j Join us to learn how the aerospace industry is being transformed by on-demand delivery of customized products and services. #AiaaSciTech
#AIAA is grateful that the two astronauts who were on board the Soyuz spacecraft during today's launch abort are both safe. NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Роскосмос
Russian Soyuz rocket's booster malfunctions after launch, forcing NASA's Nick Hague and his Russian colleague to make a "ballistic" descent back to Earth
Turbulence is still a baffling problem for people who like clean mathematical solutions. #AiaaSciTech
The flow of water through a pipe is still in many ways an unsolved problem.
More on the Generation Orbit X-60A - the first Air Force Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program to receive an experimental “X” designation.
The Air Force has officially named the hypersonic flight research vehicle its testing.
X-60A will get us on the path to more regular hypersonic flight testing. - via Generation Orbit
October 4, 2018 WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Air Force has designated the GOLauncher1 (GO1) hypersonic flight research vehicle as X-60A. The vehicle is being developed by Generation…
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