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Watch Ken Hardman, an aerospace engineer and author talk to a group of youth about the engineering of airplanes, rockets, and space vehicles. Learn about mechanical, electrical, civil, chemical, industrial, and computer engineering. Watch, listen, and learn about Science, Technology, … Continue reading
(Continued from Part 8) “That’s not gonna’ happen,” Kendall insisted. “I haven’t had an asymmetrical collapse in all my years of para-gliding, and I’m sure not going to have one now.” “Kendall?” Kendall heard a sniffle. “Yes, Katya.” “I can … Continue reading
(Continued from Part 1) Katya’s eyes narrowed, her head tilted down. “As stated in the presentation, it would be a fraction of the cost of what we would lose in productivity due to a day’s loss of the internet.” Kendall … Continue reading
(continued from Part 2) “Orbit,” Gregory interrupted. “I get it.” Gregory sat there silent, his front teeth biting his lower lip. Suddenly he jumped to his feet. “So, if the football is like a space craft, with people inside, the … Continue reading
(Continued from Part 2) “What are these photo’s you brought?” The interviewer asked during my senior year at the university. I was applying for my first engineering job and I brought pictures of the devices I had made for my … Continue reading