By: Terrence Aym
In leap bridging today's construction with that of the world of tomorrow, Daniel Mellinger, a University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. candidate, has created a stunning network of jaw-dropping aerial robots he calls "quadrotors" that can assemble structures with warp speed.Mellinger worked on the project...
AeroVironment achieves first hydrogen-powered flight
By: Matt Bird
AeroVironment, Inc., the aviation company responsible for a line of successful military-based unmanned drones, has added to its reputation by creating and testing its first Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to run on hydrogen fuel - the first of its kind anywhere. Measuring in at a...
By: Matt Bird
Ionic solids are, by virtue of their very nature, inevitably both hard and brittle. The way in which ions are attracted to one another makes this development an inevitability, resulting in some rather common structures that we we see every day but may never think...
By: Jennifer Watson - 582581
Water molecules are polar because of their shape (it is a bend molecule). The molecule has one side that is charged positively and one side that is negatively charged. Water molecules are made up of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. The bonds between...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A Space.com article has a spectacular photo capture that clearly shows the "double whammy": A mid sized M1 flare and an erupting filament that occurred almost at the same time on January 28. A brief YouTube video displays NASA's real time film (January...
By: Asra Arshad
Water is the most essential compound in the world. The earth contains a total of 75% water, whereas the other 25% is land, desert or anything other than water. Water is mostly responsible for all life forms that are found on planet Earth. Humans, animals...
By: Elton Gahr
Molecular nanotechnology is the science of creating designer object by moving objects at the molecular level. The advanced vision of this is of molecular sized computers which could be turned into nanofactories. These would be able to create materials that were organized at the molecular...
By: Terrence Aym
Death rays. The very words invoke images of scientific super weapons.Death rays through the years America has been fascinated with the concept of death rays since at least as far back as the 1930s when the press fell into a frothing frenzy after brilliant-and...
By: Terrence Aym
Recently the US media created a hoopla and hand-wringing with the revelation that Russia had a new-generation fighter jet, the MIG-29, China's new J-20 stealth plane could fly circles around the Lockheed F-117a.Well the Russians and Chinese better wipe the smug looks off their...
By: Terrence Aym
Edwards Air Force Base, California: The US Air Force has nothing on the US Navy. While it's true the USAF has top guns slipping their superstealth aircraft through layers of enemy radar—snapping photos from 100,000 feet of the enemy enjoying an afternoon tea&mdash...

 

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