SpaceX explodes

SpaceX Rocket Explodes in a Massive Fireball

SpaceX Rocket Explodes in a Massive Fireball A SpaceX rocket exploded at its Cape Canaveral launch pad yesterday morning, destroying the rocket and the satellite it was due to launch on Saturday. Spectacular explosion of a SpaceX rocket destroyed a $200 million communications satellite that would have extended Facebook’s reach across Africa, dealing a serious setback […]

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Airplanes

Why Do Airplanes Fly?

Why Do Airplanes Fly? As an aviation fan you have read a lot of interesting articles about aviation world, but do you know basic flight principles? Why do airplanes fly? We will explain 4 basic forces of flight. Mid-flight airplanes is effected by 4 basic forces: thrust, drag, gravity and lift. If all of these […]

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Felix Baumgartner’s Jump From The Edge Of Space

Felix Baumgartner’s Jump From The Edge Of Space About four years ago, Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner ascended to the edge of space, some 39 000 metres above ground, in a capsule attached to a helium balloon, and jumped, freefalling towards Earth at supersonic speeds. An incredible eight million people signed into YouTube on 14 October 2012 to […]

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Blue Origin Flies Reusable Suborbital Rocket

Blue Origin Flies Reusable Suborbital Rocket Jeff Bezos’ dream project Blue Origin has taken another step close to perfecting its reusable rocket module. Company has successfully completed the fourth launch and landing of their New Shepard rocket and crew capsule. With another nominal flight test, Jeff Bezos’ rocket company is marching toward their goal of becoming the first private […]

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G-Force Process on Human Body

G-Force Process on Human Body

G-force process on human body Take a look at this incredible video where you can see an aviator during his high-G training! High-G training is done by aviators and astronauts who are subject to high levels of acceleration (‘G’). It is created to avoid a g-induced loss of consciousness (shorten G-LOC), a situation when G-forces circulate the blood […]

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The Future Aircraft

The future aircraft are predicted to set new standards in civil aviation for the next couple of decades. Aviation community is trying to make future aircraft more environmentally friendly, making fewer harmful emissions, being quieter and cheaper. For instance, futuristic plane The Eagle. Here are some latest prototypes of future aircraft: 1. Box Wing Jet. This future aircraft is […]

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NASA Space Plane Preparing to Launch

NASA space plane preparing to launch on Wednesday, May 20. The mysterious United States Air Force’s robotic X-37B space plane will carry a NASA attempt to orbit when it begins its next mission. It’s not clear when the plane will return. The X-37B, built by Boeing, is a miniature version of NASA’s retired space shuttle. Boeing X-37B operates two of the […]

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CS300 Aircraft First Flight

CS300 Aircraft First Flight

  Worth to see great video of  CS300 Aircraft First Flight! The Bombardier CSeries is a family of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range jet airliners currently under development by Canadian manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace.  

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All Saturn V Launches At Once

All Saturn V Launches At Once

  The Saturn V was launched 13 times from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida with no loss of crew or payload. The Saturn V remains the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever brought to operational status. Also, it remains the only launch vehicle able to transport human beings beyond low Earth orbit. Take a look […]

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An Inside Look at Airbus A350 XWB

On January 15th, Qatar Airways began service on the world’s first Airbus A350 route, from Doha to Frankfurt, Germany.’ “Each aircraft has a specific mission it fits best in. We like to be in the forefront of providing the highest standards,” Qatar Airways’ CEO Al Baker said. Qatar Airways will continue to bring in whichever […]

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