Monthly Archives: June 2019

‘Chasing the Moon’ revisits historic Apollo 11 mission

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Classified Apollo 11 anomaly threatened to crash first moon astronauts – Business Insider

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NASA’s restored Apollo Mission Control is a slice of 60s life, frozen in amber – Ars Technica

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One Small Step Back in Time

Half a century after Apollo 11, Scientific American remembers how we achieved the impossible and why we need to do it again….. Don’t miss the article links at the bottom of the page. This isn’t just one story but … Continue reading

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How To Choose Your PCB Design Software to Design Open-Source Hardware

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This Total Solar Eclipse Film Took Two Years to Finish

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Purdue Now Offers Graduate Certificate For Current And Prospective STEM Faculty

Purdue’s School of Engineering Education (ENE), the first of its kind, is offering an online 10-credit hour graduate certificate in Teaching and Learning in Engineering. ENE has teamed with Purdue Online to offer this unique certificate program for current or … Continue reading

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Ford Self-Driving Vans Will Use Legged Robots to Make Deliveries

from IEEE Spectrum 22 May 2019 Ford is adding legs to its robocars—sort of. The automaker is announcing today that its fleet of autonomous delivery vans will carry more than just packages: Riding along with the boxes in the back … Continue reading

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How Servo Motors Work?

From: Jameco Electronics Servo Motor Controllers This little motor is high in efficiency and power Servo motors have been around for a long time and are utilized in many applications. They are small in size but pack a big punch … Continue reading

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Earth and the moon

From Daily Overview Mar 5, 2018… Earth and the moon, separated by 249,000 miles (400,000 km). Sometimes it takes an image like this to really keep things in perspective. This photograph was captured by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on September 22, 2017 … Continue reading

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